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    Gluten, Dairy and Egg free suitable recipes

    These recipes are to give some ideas as a starting point for gluten-free, egg-free and dairy-free cooking. Where pasta is called for-substitute suitable gluten-free pasta. Butter-use a vegan margarine. Eggs -usa an egg replacer. Up to one cup of whet flour-use a gluten-free flour blend or a fine grind/asian style rice flour. Milk-use soy, nut milk, rice milk or lactose free milk (depending on what is suitable for your diet. For lactose free cheese- either a hard cheese like parmesan or tasty/matured cheese may be suitable eor use soy cheese.Powdered milk- use soy compound powder. Chocolate-use a vegan, dairy-free chocolate(eg "Sweet William" brand) or a suitable carob. Soy sauce-use gluten-free soy sauce or gluten-free tamari sauce. As always check all labels thoroughly every time you purchase a product. Speak with your doctor/health professional about your diet and your specific needs.
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    A low-sugar, allergy free alternative to powdered sugar frosting. Add almond or coconut extract for extra flavor. From Cooking Free

    Recipe #242732

    This recipe is suitable for those on a gluten-free, egg-free and dairy-free diet. It gives an acceptable custard, given those restrictions. I was given this recipe whilst on an allergy elimination diet. Don't be tempted to omit the sugar.

    Recipe #258782

    4 Reviews |  By Tish

    POINTS-5. Simmering poultry in fat-free liquid is a moist, low-POINT way to flavor food. Experiment with other types of broths and juices, too.

    Recipe #72905

    A very yummy, fairly easy, gluten-free (but you can't tell) dessert. This is very forgiving; I kind of made up the amounts I used and it turned out well, but it could be altered and still turn out well, I'm sure.

    Recipe #235870

    A delicious apple crumble made without gluten. My son was intolerant of coconut, so it is also free of that, using flaked almonds instead. In place of the self-raising flour you can simply add 3 teaspoons of gluten-free baking powder to 1 1/2 cups of any all purpose gluten-free flour mix.

    Recipe #147284

    This is one of my kids real favourites. I'll often throw in more apricots and almonds than the recipe calls for. This is a large loaf and can be reduced in size by multiplying all ingredients by 2/3 and reducing the cooking time by 10 minutes.

    Recipe #122237

    A favourite in our home....tastes even better reheated the next day. Serve with either plenty of boiled rice or mash potato. Can be made gluten free by using gluten free flour liquid stock and dry soup mix. In Australia Massell stock is gluten free as is Basco GF dry french onion soup mix.Options- top with some ground pepper or stir through some parsley or cilantro (coriander) before serving. For anyone who is gluten-free you can use "Recipe#244204" to make your soup replacement to use in this chicken dish

    Recipe #232946

    These are a delicious healthy snack and they are also gluten free. A great addition to a lunchbox. Children love them. Very simple to make. Fruit medley has dried diced apricot, apple and sultanas

    Recipe #220272

    I fell in love with avocado rolls from a near-by Japanese take away, but I wanted to be able to make them at home to be sure of the ingredients used so my whole family (with allergies) could enjoy them also. I was, at first, apprehensive as they looked a little complicated and many recipes I found were actually very complex. However, it only took me two rolls before I got the hang of them. They really aren't difficult at all !!! I'm not really sure if my method is 100% correct, but it works for me. This recipe makes a mix of avocado and vegetable rolls - how many of each is up to you. You'll need a bamboo mat to help with the rolling.

    Recipe #152769

    My mom makes these fast little appetizers which are sweet and salty at the same time!

    Recipe #225805

    Good old-fashioned baked apples. A great winter dessert and also gluten free. This recipe makes 6 baked apples. You can substitute different fruit and nut combinations, eg sultanas and sliced almonds. These are extremely hot when removed from the oven I usually allow them to sit for about 10 minutes. Any extra apples can be stored in the fridge and reheated in the microwave.

    Recipe #237045

    I bought some trays of Baby Roma Tomatoes and they were great in a salad. I decided to bake some and they were delicious- just melted in your mouth. You could make this with larger tomatoes-just bake a little longer in the oven

    Recipe #269778

    A fantastically simple dessert. Serve with some Mascarpone or cream and a piece of almond bread.. See recipe "Recipe#222097". For the kids serve with some ice-cream and crushed meringue. A simple dessert for a summer's evening.

    Recipe #226251

    This is a smooth healthy shake/smoothie that everyone could enjoy. Little Miss (DD) loves her to drink banana shakes/smoothies so I had to slightly modify this recipe for her to be able to enjoy it. I used a very ripe banana and didn’t have a fresh orange at home so I used orange juice. I used a hand held blender to pulp the ingredients together. Original recipe comes from 'The Little Book of Alcohol-Free Cocktails' by Hamlyn

    Recipe #217847

    This is the basic recipe for cooking quinoa. You can use it in place of rice, or you can use it as the basis of a salad or tabouleh. Quinoa is a light and wholesome grain that is gluten free. It is prepared quickly and easily with this basic method. This recipe makes 3 cups of cooked quinoa

    Recipe #235534

    A very simple marinade....fantastic results. You can either serve the chicken breasts whole or sliced into large pieces. This recipe will marinate 6 chicken breasts(of course you can use other cuts of chicken) To make this dish gluten free ensure the soy sauce used is labelled as GF. Currently Fountain brand is GF in Australia, also many tamaris and some Japanese soy sauces.

    Recipe #224429

    A fruit dessert that is so simple to make. Use a gridle, frying pan or BBQ to cook your peaches. If using a BBQ lay down some aluminium foil and have your heat very low. You can also use the aluminium disposable trays to cook the peaches in for the BBQ.

    Recipe #258424

    This is my first roast in a crock pot, I didn't get to try this as I don't eat red meat but the family enjoyed the beef and so did our dinner guest. I served it with Recipe #192237 and steam broccoli.

    Recipe #217465

    Delicious blueberry muffins free from gluten, dairy and egg. * Tip - If you dust the blueberries with a little GF flour they won't sink to the bottom. * Tip - If using paper pans, brush or spray the inside of them with oil first so that you don't leave half the muffin behind on the paper.

    Recipe #147280

    I remember having candied popcorn when I visited my grandparents as a young child. We would visit a kiosk where we would watch the popcorn being made. The hardest decision was always what colour to choose. This recipe was given to me from a friend. This recipe makes 5 to 6 cups of delicious candied popcorn This syrup gets extremely hot-please watch it cooking the WHOLE time it is on the stove. Be very careful not to get any on your hands.

    Recipe #228856

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