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    Fantasy Food

    When I look through the masses of delicious recipes I have saved on here I find myself dreaming of a day when calories, cholesterol and ceoliacs are not an issue,,,yes I know ,,it's not gonna happen, but I can dream. But I have created a fantasy cookbook for if that beautiful day comes, I have even included some delicious gluten free recipes just because they are delicious despite being gluten free. As you can tell from the amount of recipes, I fantasize about food ALOT.
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    This dish evolved from two favourite leftover meals, namely, Spaghetti Bolognese and Cauliflower Cheese. With the addition of some cooked Gluten Free pasta serve with salad and a slice of GlutenFreeGirl's Gluten Free French Bread #180306, and you have another substantial meal.

    Recipe #435289

    After taking advantage of a sale of gluten free products at my local supermarket I was left with a mass of sausages and mixes, and looking for something other than "bangers and mash" I decided to search for inspiration. This recipe was inspired by"Fluffy's" meatloaf-50393, it was my first experience of meatloaf but it will definately be becoming a regular on the family menu.

    Recipe #435669

    I first made this soup when my children were small and wouldn't eat their vegetables, they happily dunked their bread in the "juices" leaving the "lumps". What they never realised was the "juices" was the stock make from blended vegetables, and the lumps were just added vegetables. The recipe has evolved since then and can now be served as two very different soups; the first being stage one which gives a deliciously smooth vegetable soup, or continue with stage two and have a hearty lentil soup with chunks of wholesome vegetables. I tried to seperate the ingredients into the 2 stages, but the system won't recognise my meaning so where ingredients are repeated it is only for the different stages, stage 1 ingredients ends with the bay leaves. nb: the size of the chopped vegetables are down to personal preference, however, as a rule I tend to keep them a uniform size, whether it is 1cm cubes or meaty bitesize chunks.

    Recipe #437037

    I think it is the custard in this pasta dish that makes it exclusive to expectant mums,,,and anyone they decide to let into the secret. I devised this dish while pregnant with my youngest child, and the only way I could satisfy my constant craving and keep my eldest daughter, who lives on pasta, away from my creation was to tell her it was custard instead of cheese sauce... It worked, as everyone knows pregnant women crave strange foods,,,and who is going to be brave enough to put it to the test?

    Recipe #437120

    This is a great family favorite, for special occasions or just a cosy night in. Be careful not to over boil the cream as it will separate,,,it will still taste great but it won't look so good. It can be served with rice or boiled potatoes, but I just love the flavoured pastas.

    Recipe #437207

    This is a handy little onion dish to have around. Great with sausages or grilled pork, it can be served cold as a condiment, warm as a side or add a little water the at the final stages and serve as a gravy

    Recipe #437370

    I was first introduced to lemon bars when I reviewed Secret teenage chef's "Easy Lemon Bars". They were delish, but I was determined to make them gluten free as well as sugar free.The flavor combination of fresh lemon and raspberry are what make these deliciuos little treats... Sugar free jams are available, but can be quite expensive and yet so easy to make, my own has just three simple ingredients "Wicklewood's Sugar free Raspberry jam".

    Recipe #437519

    This started as a non gf dish using wholemeal flour and wholemeal breadcrumbs, but I think the substitution with seeds and oats is just as tasty and certainly just as healthy. I love the honey and ginger in this vegetable dish it really takes the carrots (not my favorite veg) to a new level.

    Recipe #437643

    I love the tangy taste of pickled eggs, unfortunately I can no longer eat malt vinegar, and spirit vinegar is never as good. However, I found it’s the lemon zest in the vinegar that makes these eggs taste like they’ve been pickled in malt…You can use any pickling spice combination, but I prefer to use my own #438665 as it gives me the taste I remember of traditional pickled eggs.

    Recipe #438771

    Moist, sweet, spicy, crunchy and gluten free,,,,heaven.

    Recipe #438772

    I love a classic shepherd’s pie, but I also love food with a bit of a kick,,,not necessarily heat, but plenty of taste…This is how this dish evolved, and will continue to evolve. If you prefer heat a few drops of Tabasco or a chopped green chilli would I’m sure just add to its evolutionary journey. It is best not to use a potato that is too floury, Whites or Maris Piper are fine,,,or if you are pushed for time an 800g bag of, defrosted, frozen mashed potato can be used. The inclusion of the peas is purely optional as most people tend to serve shepherd’s pie with peas anyway.However, this is a great recipe to use up any leftover veg you may have for instance you could substitute the mushrooms for green pepper or chopped carrot.

    Recipe #439057

    My 11 year old daughter decided to relieve her boredom today by baking, being the neglectful parent that I am I let her get on with it and prepared myself for the resulting chaos,,,but boy did she surprise me,,,they are delicious,,,and all her own work.

    Recipe #442512

    A delicious falafel that is always a favourite as a quick snack or part of a main meal, and of course naturally gluten free. To make them even healthier they can be baked in an 180c oven for 5-20 mins.

    Recipe #446105

    This is a Mary Berry recipe I am looking forward to trying when I can get my hands on some fresh raspberries.

    Recipe #447115

    Scotch eggs are another favourite of mine that I can no longer enjoy since being diagnosed with coeliac disease., however, I have combined my two favourite scotch egg recipes and developed a whole new gluten free version...As usual ordinary breadcrumbs and sausage meat can be used if making a non gf version. The double dipping adds an extra layer of breadcrumbs and therefor more crunch. To make the whole process a little less messy, try placing sausage meat mixture portion on some Clingfilm, flatten it out slightly and use the Clingfilm to cover the egg in the sausage. For the seasoning, simple salt and pepper works fine, however, I always use my own seasoning mix recipe #440608. For a healthier alternative try omitting the frying and cook completely in the oven, however, don't forget to increase the cooking time an extra 5 mins to compensate.

    Recipe #448816

    I love anything coated in cheese, and have tried and loved other recipes but I think this recipe combines all my favourite flavours in a healthier alternative to chips or fries (depending on your side of the Atlantic) I prefer to use my own seasoning mix #440608, however, ordinary salt and pepper will be fine ... According to my daughter (and the rest of the family) these potato wedges are “wicked”,,,hence the title.

    Recipe #448963

    This dish started life as a pile of saucepans half filled with leftover vegetables from a Sunday roast, and is now a great family favourite, in fact I deliberately cook more veg than is necessary just so I can make this the next day. Any combination of vegetables can be used; however, I tend to use carrots swede potatoes and any variety of green veg. Cooking time does not include pre cooking the vegetables.

    Recipe #449034

    These are chewy, fudgy, SUPER EASY cookies that you can probably make right now! I have watched these disappear time and again and everyone is always asking for the recipe. It is almost embarrassing to give it out, it is that easy :) Enjoy! (12/14/06: I wanted to add that Betty Crocker has updated this recipe by adding 1 tsp. vanilla extract, but I don't want to change the original recipe.) *12/22/07: Please see my tips at the end of the recipe! **12/23/08: Betty Crocker has now added a version of the same exact recipe in which the cookie dough balls are rolled in granulated sugar instead of powdered sugar. I've tried this and they're also very good.

    Recipe #32614

    6 Reviews |  By Bayhill

    Posted for the Zaar World Tour-China. From the "Chinese Cookery" cookbook. I have not made this recipe yet, but have eaten cookies just like these at restaurants in San Francisco's Chinatown.

    Recipe #169929

    In Australia we call cookies biscuits. This recipe is from Super Food Ideas and the recipe states that it makes 28 cookies. I actually got 48 cookies from the mix but I do make my cookies smaller as I have two small girls that like one for each hand ;) These make quite a sweet biscuit.

    Recipe #236405

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