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    Wicklewood's Wannabes

    A collection of my recipes that are as yet un-photographed and deserve better than my inept attempts at photography to do them justice.So please take pitty on one of my poor little wannabe starlets.
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    A hot sauce from Ecuador, perfect for fish or meat dishes, taken from laylita.com and posted for ZWT7

    Recipe #455342

    This light dressing is not only good for green salads but delicious on couscous or quinoa.

    Recipe #452710

    This is a Nigella Lawson recipe for a simple yet Oh so delicious dessert (definitely not one for the kids)

    Recipe #452668

    I was right out of Beluga Caviar the day I found this recipe for blinis,,,and as the only eggs I will eat come from birds, any idea of tradition went out the window (along with the fish eggs). Mushrooms, however, I always have, any combination will work,,,as long as they are the edible kind. Traditionally blini are served warm with chilled Caviar which is how I would recommend serving this version, however, you could easily warm through the mushrooms in the crème fraiche (not too hot or it will separate) and serve on cold blinis. Prep time does not include rising time for the blinis, or the standing time for the mushrooms.

    Recipe #439059

    You really don’t have to be a vegetarian to enjoy these tasty little burgers. Boiled white rice is a good substitute when gluten free breadcrumbs are not available. Chopped red pepper would also be a tasty inclusion.

    Recipe #439138

    These simple little fritters were always a favourite of my children and it wasn't until I was told I could no longer have them that I craved them too, so I have devised a gluten free version. Brilliant served with a fried egg or baked beans.

    Recipe #452644

    These little sponges are great as the base for any gluten free trifle but can easily be served as an accompaniment to a light mousse or a sorbet. I use my own recipe for gluten free flour mix #438139, but any light gf blend will work and at a pinch just rice flour can be used.

    Recipe #447112

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

    Recipe #447115

    Another piece of nostalgia from my schooldays, very much like a bakewell tart but using custard rather than frangipane. As the recipe requires custard powder custard instead of a full egg custard and bought pastry cases can be used, it is a very simple but tasty dish to put together. I make mine using gf sweet pastry Recipe #440607 but ordinary short crust pastry is fine,,, if using pre prepared pastry cases; don’t forget to omit steps 1-5

    Recipe #449474

    Ordinary gf breadcrumbs are fine for this recipe, but gf panko breadcrumbs are so deliciously crunchy and so easy to make(check out #167729)

    Recipe #453450

    This is a basic component of most of the dishes that I have been forced to adapt to suit my dietry requirements, a classic cheese sauce. Not only is a cheese sauce tasty but it is so versatile and is a huge part of the favourite foods I miss so much.

    Recipe #437366

    This is a great dish for leftovers, I always have a pile of gluten free pancakes ready in the freezer, besides, pancakes are so easy to whip up. It tastes just as good with turkey, and for a dinner party or evening meal you could always add a little white wine to the mushrooms while cooking.

    Recipe #446104

    Until the medical profession can make up its collective mind on oats in a coeliacdiet, I always think it's better to err on the side of caution and I only use gluten free oats.

    Recipe #441262

    This recipe is very rich and very very addictive and a brilliant alterative to the usual stuffed mushrooms or Welsh rarebit and if you use mustard such as Tracklement it is completely gluten free. To save time and if you have any to hand you could always skip the caramelised onion stage and use an onion jam instead such as #170996…

    Recipe #449501

    Recipe #455384

    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 somalian dessert taken from Tammy's Somali Home.com and posted for ZWT7

    Recipe #455285

    A tasty soup made with Hawaii's purple sweet potatoes taken from hawaiipride.com, and posted for ZWT7

    Recipe #455388

    This is a delicious gluten free vegetarian alternative to sausages, taken from my daughters latest crush Sam Stern’s “cooking up a storm”; I have tweaked slightly to make it gluten free, but it is still this talented young cooks twist on a delicious classic.

    Recipe #446106

    Soufflé’s normally terrify me but this one is so simple, with no complicated roué to prepare, and because it is so light it makes a refreshing end to any meal, Don’t be tempted to use jams or jellies as they tend be too heavy, I use Meridians organic fruit spread, not only is it low in sugar but Meridian’s also produce other varieties of fruit spreads . Or of course, if you have a glut of fruit you could also make your own puree.

    Recipe #446155

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