My best friend in high school was from Thailand, and back in those pre-gluten-free days, she used to take me to a variety of authentic Asian restaurants (the kind that was fueled on community knowledge and where I’d be the only blonde person in the restaurant). Â Of course, that was back in the days before the internet was widely available and if you wanted to find a restaurant you looked in the Yellow Pages. Â Man, I feel old.
When I went gluten-free 9 years ago, there weren’t restaurants with gluten-free menus, and when they first started coming out, they weren’t good and often weren’t safe. Â So I got out of the habit of dining out and/or trying different ethnic cuisines.
Thankfully, today, not only are there many restaurants with safe gluten-free menus, there are also many prepared gluten-free meals that span a wide range of cuisines.
When looking through the range of Tandoor
Tandoor Chef does not disappoint. Â The noodles are so incredibly flavorful, and because the spices and veggies are in big chunks, each bite is slightly different. Â Scallions, tamarind, garlic, and ginger are just a few of the flavors enhancing this meal. Â What really surprises me is how moist the chicken is. Â If I didn’t know better, I would not believe it had been frozen. Â The peanuts and bean sprouts complement with a little crunch.
One of the great things about Tandoor Chef is that they are part of the Non-GMO Project. Â 4 minutes to cook, super tasty, and non GMO? Â Definitely a winner in my book.