Find filling and nutritious, gluten free buckwheat salads including tabbouleh-style salads, warm toasted buckwheat salads and more!
Cure lunchtime boredom with this Japanese noodle salad! A healthy lunchbox alternative or evening meal served cold. Buckwheat noodles, chicken breast, baby spinach, grated carrot, sesame seeds and a sprinkle of roasted chopped peanuts with a soy and ginger dressing.
A fantastic gluten-free and vegetarian side dish. Buckwheat is tossed with fresh herbs, red onion, cucumber and tomatoes in a cumin-spiced dressing.
A very filling lunch or side dish. Plus it's gluten and dairy-free. Cooking the onion and garlic is optional, especially if you opt to use red onion. Minced red chilli peppers also work well in this dish.
In this delicious vegetarian salad, tiny florets of broccoli, baby corn and sugarsnap peas are blanched briefly and then tossed with crunchy raw vegetables in a soy and peanut butter dressing. Nutty-flavoured roasted kasha (buckwheat grain) adds texture. Serve as a starter with rye or pumpernickel bread.
Sprouted buckwheat salad is a delicious healthy salad. I keep a supply of either fresh salad vegetables prepared in my fridge or cooked vegetables along with some cooked sprouted buckwheat. This salad can then be prepared in minutes for my lunchbox.
Make a main meal out of this warm salad, featuring chicken, loads of veg and gluten free soba (buckwheat) noodles. To make sure the dish is entirely gluten free, be sure to use gluten free soy sauce.
Toasted buckwheat grains, or kasha, makes a pleasant change from rice and pasta. By including plenty of fresh raw vegetables, such as sugarsnap peas, cucumber, fennel and radishes, you add not only colour and flavour but valuable nutrients, too.
This quick and easy buckwheat avocado salad with goat cheese is gluten-free and perfect for a light lunch or bbq side dish. Letting the salad sit for a while will help the flavour.
This light buckwheat salad can be served warm or cold. It is an excellent side dish for grilled or steamed fish.
Buckwheat is simmered until soft then combined with olives, red onion, fresh mint and dill in this delicious gluten-free salad recipe.