Gluten Free Appetizers

If you are having a party, there is no reason not to indulge in the tapas you have created for your other guests, there are so many great tapas you can taste. Gluten is a protein found in barley, barley and wheat, which can not be tolerated by people with celiac disease. These appetizers are naturally gluten-free. An example of a gluten-free appetizer is a small egg fritatas made from chopped vegetables, bacon, and cheese. When using crackers to put garnish on ingredients, make sure they are made using rice flour. These crackers can be wheat or cheese flavored. Before making appetizers, use a recipe book that contains only gluten-free recipes because with other recipes, you'll have to read them carefully to make sure they don't contain ingredients like wheat.

Fruit and Cheese Platter

This appetizer is simple and can be served with fruit dipping which is cream based cheese to add a little more sweetness to fruit appetizers. It's best to make it yourself because ingredients in the store can contain wheat-based ingredients. You can also dip caramel-based fruits, but don't buy them in the ready-made store because the caramel color may be wheat-based. Homemade caramel is naturally gluten-free.

Gluten free appetizers

• Shrimp with homemade cocktail sauce of horseradish and ketchup
• Tortilla chips with fresh jocamole and tomato sauce
• Vegetable sticks with chickpeas
• Asparagus shaft wrapped in prosciutto, a thin slices of unprocessed Italian dried pork. All you have to do is heat it in the oven.
For a spicy appetizer, make buffalo chicken wings with hot sauce and immerse yourself
• With turkey slice and cream cheese, put it on the left lettuce and then roll. If it's too big, you can cut it into two or three pieces and secure it with a toothpick
• Cheese and diving served with bread
• Wild cheese on toasted baguette slices

Appetizer components to avoid

Some ingredients should be avoided when making gluten-free appetizers because they can be made with wheat.

• Worcestershire barbecue sauce due to caramel coloring
• Soy sauce only if supported

One important thing to note is that if you decide to make non-gluten free appetizers and others, don't use the same tools for each appetizer because there is a risk of cross contamination. To help avoid this, make gluten-free appetizers first and mark them as such.