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    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

    I have recently moved to England’s Asparagus growing capital and I can’t wait for the new season when I can over indulge in this deliciously light risotto

    Recipe #453118

    This is great with a green salad and creamed corn. Make sure the the potato is thin enough to cook properly but not too thin that it won’t hold up to too much stirring, about 1/2cm thick.

    Recipe #453116

    I have recently been introduced to lemon bars, and this is like a giant luxury lemon bar but instead of lemon curd I have used lemon mousse to make a delicious gluten free twist on a lemon chiffon pie. It may seem a quite complex method but don’t be put off it really is worth the effort and never fails to impress. Time includes chilling.

    Recipe #453115

    Great family meal, you can spice up the meatballs for adults with a little cayenne and serve with Greek yoghurt to which a tablespoon of toasted cumin seeds have been added. Quinoa can be substituted for the cous cous.

    Recipe #452715

    This is one of those dishes that taste sooo much better than it sounds. If the mention of prunes bring back nightmare memories of school dinners (prunes and cold custard Urgh!!), you could use dried apricots instead. (Prep time includes cooling time)

    Recipe #452713

    I found a similar recipe to this in a book of Christmas gifts, unfortunately whenever I’ve made it; it never lasts long enough to be given away. (Prep time includes cooling time)

    Recipe #452711

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

    Recipe #452710

    A tasty alternative to plain hummus, the contrast in textures is as good as the taste If you can't get canned roasted peppers you can easily roast your own, the only difference being you will not have the delicious olive oil to drizzle over the hummus.

    Recipe #452670

    Another Nigella Lawson gem , this is a perfect dish for a cheaper cut of an expensive meat as there is no carving, the meat is so tender it just shreds so there is no waste. She states it can be cooked for a shorter period of time, say 5 hours at gas mark 3 but I love the long low cooking as at a lower temp very little can go wrong, plus, the smell drives everyone wild for longer. (Save any liquid left from cooking as this is concentrated stock and can be frozen and used for gravy.)

    Recipe #452669

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

    Recipe #452668

    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

    Onion bajhis are delicious as a snack or as a starter to an Indian meal. I personally don’t like my bhajis too hot so I only use a ¼ teaspoon of chili but if you like yours hot then just up the chili. Make sure the onions are completely separated before adding to the flour as it helps to ensure even coating of the batter and even cooking.

    Recipe #452454

    These little treasures are perfect not only for a little girls' parties,,but also for big little girls' parties. To make non gf just sub plain flour for gf mix and omit the guar

    Recipe #452147

    Soooo delicious served with steamed veg and new potatoes

    Recipe #451535

    At a recent Christmas fayre I spotted a stall selling spicy burgers and sausages, the smells were amazing, but being a coeliac and my husband on a low carb diet we couldn’t have a burger without the bun (a bit messy) however, a neighbouring stall was selling these delicious pancakes which were similar to a naan but with far more flavour, and were perfect as a wrap for our burgers, I didn’t get a chance to ask for the exact ingredients and method as he was too busy,,,which is a good indication of how delicious these are,,, but I have experimented and I think I have cracked it.

    Recipe #450263

    Where possible I would use naturally smoked haddock as the subtle flavour of natural smoking compliments the cheese in this dish whereas artificially flavoured smoked fish can be too overpowering, alternatively, unsmoked haddock works well.

    Recipe #449507

    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

    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

    This potato salad has been a firm favourite in our family for years, served hot while the potatoes are still warm which melts the mayonnaise slightly or cold as a refreshing side dish. I never peel new potatoes, there’s just no point, but if you really don’t like the skin, a light scraping with a clean scourer will do fine. Size again, is a matter of preference, my family like quite large bite sized chunks of potato, but if I'm making it for a special occasion will cut the potatoes into 1/2 chunks.

    Recipe #449473

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