I'm all about keeping things simple. And for those eating gluten-free, I imagine it can anything but simple thinking about ingredients, checking ingredients lists and introducing variety to the repertoire of meals you know you can safely eat.
When there's time to cook something more special, and time to enjoy and spend longer over breakfast, chatting or reading, these are my favourite brunches. I'm not sure you can call them breakfast really when it's after 10:00 a.m.
A Thai diet is rice-based rather than wheat-based, so is naturally good for gluten-free diets (you'll need to use gluten-free soy sauce and stock cubes though) and those looking to cut down on eating wheat.
Put garlic, coriander root, and julienned lemongrass, in a mortar and crush ingredients with a pestle. Transfer to a bowl. Add the rest of the ingredients into the bowl including water and ice. Mix well.
Thai Basil Chicken is one of those amazing dish that is so easy and quick to whip up. Just make sure you have plenty of steamed rice ready, as this stir-fry chicken is slightly spicy, delicious and addictive!