Say I have a race of obligate carnivores (for simplicity, we'll say they're felinoid). They have carnivore dentition, and must eat meat as a major component of their diet, but they can also eat fruit and derive nutrition from it. They enjoy fruit (and vegetables), but for the complex flavor and tartness rather than for sweetness, which they cannot taste. (They react to fats much the way humans react to sugars. My theory is that they can break down simple sugars, but not carbohydrates, they need lots of protein, and there is something present in meat that they cannot get from other sources short of artificial supplements; possibly taurine.)
Now, obviously they aren't going to eat a lot of breads/grains, except maybe as a form of dieting, however there are all sorts of interesting culinary dishes that can't be made without grains (Wellington, burritos, fried chicken and so forth); in particular, grains give a certain "crunch" that's hard to replicate with pure animal products. Assuming that they've been exposed to these by other means (as they probably wouldn't invent cultivation of grain on their own), would they be able to eat such dishes? Or is there another way to make such dishes using only "meat" products or something else that is easier on their digestion?
I'll assume, first, that they want to eat such dishes, and second, that they aren't toxic. (That is, they can eat citrus, onions, grapes, cocoa, etc. without being poisoned. Grains might not be wonderful for their digestion, however, but they're willing to put up with a little extra "bulk" moving through their systems for the sake of excellent gastronomy.)