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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 simple stir-fry. Serves 4. We have cooked this successfully on the BBQ plate. To make this dish gluten -free ensure your soy sauce and herbs are labelled as gluten-free. In Australia, Fountain brand soy sauce is currently gluten free, as are most tamari sauces and some Japanese soy sauces. (Check the labels carefully.) Serve over rice or noodles

    Recipe #237281

    A great veggie side for a roast or grill. Regular potatoes can be used for this dish or a mixture of kumara and potatoes

    Recipe #237207

    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 non-wheat recipe similar to tabouleh. The quinoa is substituted for the bulgar. Cooked quinoa is lighter and fluffier than bulgar and personally I think it tastes better. It's lovely as a bed for grilled snapper or lamb. You can vary the ingredients used to your taste preference. Quinoa is gluten-free and can be used wherever tabouleh would be or in place of cous cous. Modern Middle Eastern flavours

    Recipe #232082

    Lamb cutlets or chops marinated with lemon. Can be cooked on the grill, BBQ or frypan. Please note preparation time includes one hour marinating time.

    Recipe #238158

    These are always a hit with children. We call them traffic lights with the fruit listed. You can use any fruits of your choice. Serve on their own or with a yogurt as a dipping sauce. Even children that aren't keen fruit eaters usually enjoy these.

    Recipe #263445

    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

    This will make quite a good all-purpose/general purpose gluten-free flour blend. The addition of the bean flour will increase the protein content of the flour. Any bean flour can be used- such as besan, chickpea, lentil or soy flour. The flour will not be white, as the bean flours are generally a lightly golden colour. Store for ready use in your recipes and add xanthan gum, guar gum or baking powder as required. This recipe is from the Australian Celiac Society's Handbook. The general recommended amounts of xanthan gum are 1/2 to 1 teaspoon for a cake, 1 teaspoon for a pastry recipe and 1 tablespoon for a bread recipe. Add the gum to your dry ingredients and mix well, prior to adding liquids.

    Recipe #256260

    Playdough is always a favourite for children to play with, especially Aussie children. I remember having playdough as a child. If you have a celiac child it can be a problem when some children tend to taste their "creations". This is gluten free- so not a problem!

    Recipe #217430

    A delicious glaze over boiled carrots. Makes a simple veggie a little special. The carrots can be steamed or microwaved until cooked. The glaze is prepared separately and poured over the cooked carrots to coat. You can either slice your carrots or use whole baby carrots, If you're not a ginger fan then you can use garlic in place of the ginger. If you have an Italian style dish the garlic can be a good substitute for the ginger called for in this recipe

    Recipe #228831

    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

    Psyllium makes a suitable replacement for an egg when mixed with water. This egg replacer would be used in baked goods or as a binding ingredient- not suitable as scrambled eggs or the like. I've tried it in a cookie recipe and it worked out great. This 'recipe' is being posted by request. Psyllium can also be added with dry flour ingredients to add some extra fibre to a baked good, such as a muffin, or to provide some extra stability to gluten-free cooking. The following will replace one egg and has very little taste. I also add some psyllium to my rissole/burgers to add some binding to them.

    Recipe #257208

    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

    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

    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 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

    This marinade is great with chicken or chicken on skewers. It can be used in the fry pan or on a grill or BBQ You can marinate for 30 minutes or use straight away. Should be adequate marinade to coat 8-10 chicken skewers/kebabs. To make the marinade as gluten free-ensure the yogurt and spices used are gluten-free.

    Recipe #220044

    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

    Beautiful slow cooked corned meat. Put it on in the morning and it's ready by dinner time when you arrive home. This recipe actually came with my Sunbeam Slowcooker/ Crockpot and my family really loved it. It was so tender and moist

    Recipe #258429

    An economical meal for a family. Crock Pot/slow cookers are a winner in the heat of summer and great to put dinner on before going to work in the mornings. Who could beat a hearty casserole in winter either? You can use whatever veges that you have at hand. Use a gluten-free flour and stock if making this recipe gluten-free. Serve with toast, pasta or rice. I remember my mother making this casserole when I was a child. To make a richer gravy substitute 1 cup of red wine for 1 cup of stock. This is a great rustic dish- no need to be to accurate with your measurements or weights

    Recipe #257554

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