•1/2 small onion finely chopped
•1 celery stalk finely diced
•2 carrots grated (reserve one grated carrot for topping the lettuce wraps at the end)
•6-7 button mushrooms diced
•1/2 teaspoon olive oil
•1 teaspoon gluten free soy sauce
•salt and pepper to taste
In a frying pan, heat the olive oil and add all chopped vegetables except mushrooms. Sauté for 2-3 minutes until onion has softened slightly. Add the mushrooms and the soy sauce and continue to cook until the mushrooms reduce. Remove mixture from heat.
•1 grated carrot (reserved from above)
•5 green onions chopped (green and white parts)
•blanched peanuts-coarsely chopped
You will also need:
•1 head of iceberg lettuce, washed and carefully separated
•sweet chilli sauce
•gluten free plum sauce (optional)
To assemble: Take one piece of lettuce; add a few spoonfuls of the veggie mixture. Add chicken, and then add noodles, fresh grated carrot and sprinkle with some of the chopped green onions. Sprinkle some chopped peanuts over top. Finish with a drizzle of sweet chilli sauce and/or plum sauce. I used both. Just remember that a little of each goes a long way. Wrap and enjoy. If you are a vegetarian, just leave the chicken out and the recipe tastes just as good.
About Shelley & Suman
Shelley and Suman are two celiac sisters discovering the gluten-free way of life in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley! Having been diagnosed since 2004, they are constantly learning about the gluten-free lifestyle and hope to help others through their website ( www.glutenfreenotebook.com).
The Gluten Free Notebook is a collaboration of Shelley and Suman’s gluten-free findings in Vancouver, Canada and its surrounding suburb Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley. On their website, one can find a compilation of places to shop for GF items, a list of their favourite GF products, their favourite recipe books and websites. In addition, they include any gluten free restaurants they have discovered in the area. Shelley and Suman love to find great new recipes, healthy alternatives and are passionate about finding new gluten free products and dining options. All this information is shared on their website as a resource in the hopes of helping others find more GF options.