Here you will find our TOP 10 allergy free recipes, that do not contain any “priority food allergens”. Indeed several foods can trigger a severe allergic reaction, but certain foods are responsible for more than 90% of reactions. They are “priority food allergens”, i.e. peanuts, wheat or triticale, milk, mustard, tree nuts, eggs, fish, crustaceans and molluscs, sesame and soy.
Wheat and nuts are among the priority allergens. In this recipe, the regular wheat pasta is replaced by gluten-free pasta and the nuts in the sauce by sunflower seeds.
Pasta made from lentils, chickpeas or beans is an excellent alternative to regular pasta for anyone allergic to wheat. This allergy mainly affects children and in most cases it disappears before adulthood.
Unlike other food allergies which most often appear during childhood, an allergy to crustaceans, fish and molluscs often develops in adulthood and generally persists throughout life. It’s important to check the list of sauce ingredients because even traces of allergens can cause a reaction. For example popular Worcestershire sauce must be avoided. In this recipe it is replaced by Tabasco sauce (while cornstarch replaces flour)