Indian food is a good option for those who have to or want to avoid gluten. Lentils, vegetables and rice are popular ingredients in Indian cuisine, and while you might not be able to tuck into naan bread, there are plenty of popular dishes you can enjoy when eating out or ordering a takeaway. Here's an overview of five Indian dishes that are naturally gluten-free:
A dosa is a savoury crepe made with a combination of rice flour and lentil flour.
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