Scrambled eggs on toast was one of my favourite breakfasts but it needed some tweaking to make it low fat and low GI. I have stated granary bread in the recipe I usually use Bergen linseed bread or High fibre seeded bagels (1/2 only) but Rye bread works very well too. The eggs are creamy and moist without having lots of butter in or being undercooked.
This is from a great old TV programme called "food and drink" sadly it is no more but I have kept this recipe on a piece of paper for years although I know it by heart the cat has just shredded the original so it is now here where she can't get it ;)
I am fortunate to work at a place where the manager of the cafeteria is a Moroccan native. Our mutual love of food has resulted in endless exchange of recipes, spices and samplings. (Indeed, some of the items now served in the cafeteria are recipes from this site.) One one occasion, I was lucky enough to be able to share in the lunch he prepared for the staff. I love eggs and his were just amazing. This recipe from World Vegetarian seems like a close approximate - though I know his version included a generous bit of cumin and cilantro. I'm posting the original here and will begin to tinker. Once perfected, I'll post that version as a second recipe. Will experiment to see if this works as well with canned tomatoes.
Guilt-free snack! These chips are made without any fat. For attractive circular chips, look for sweet potatoes that are round rather than long. I think these are even yummier than regular potato chips...
I like this recipe on a Sunday morning, it makes a good vegetarian alternative to a full english breakfast. It's loosely based on one of my grandmothers recipes and should ideally be served with fresh crusty bread to soak up the mushroom and milk juices.
A dear friend showed me this sauce and it has become my favourite! I use it for everything. One of my favourite dishes is Quorn and baby soy beans dry fried until they begin to look chargrilled then tossed in this sauce and serve with rice. I have given measurements for 1 serving as it's how I make it the most.
This was a really happy accident it was a rescue attempt when another recipe went wrong and it was so delicious I had to post it so I could make it again. These are the basic ingredients but I was planning to add a handful of raisins next time I make this.
This is a very unusual and delicious snack. I'm eating these and trying to convince myself they are crisps (chips). Dairy free, Gluten free, Low carbohydrate, Low fat, Low GI, Low sugar, Wheat Free this comes from the food coach. It keeps for up to two weeks in a sealed box and I like to crush it and sprinkle on meals as a garnish.
I saw this on a TV show and KNEW I had to try it! I loved it so much I made it again the next day! I have posted the recipe as it originally appeared but I often use canned/frozen corn for ease and simplicity.