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    I love a classic shepherd’s pie, but I also love food with a bit of a kick,,,not necessarily heat, but plenty of taste…This is how this dish evolved, and will continue to evolve. If you prefer heat a few drops of Tabasco or a chopped green chilli would I’m sure just add to its evolutionary journey. It is best not to use a potato that is too floury, Whites or Maris Piper are fine,,,or if you are pushed for time an 800g bag of, defrosted, frozen mashed potato can be used. The inclusion of the peas is purely optional as most people tend to serve shepherd’s pie with peas anyway.However, this is a great recipe to use up any leftover veg you may have for instance you could substitute the mushrooms for green pepper or chopped carrot.

    Recipe #439057

    Moist, sweet, spicy, crunchy and gluten free,,,,heaven.

    Recipe #438772

    I love the tangy taste of pickled eggs, unfortunately I can no longer eat malt vinegar, and spirit vinegar is never as good. However, I found it’s the lemon zest in the vinegar that makes these eggs taste like they’ve been pickled in malt…You can use any pickling spice combination, but I prefer to use my own #438665 as it gives me the taste I remember of traditional pickled eggs.

    Recipe #438771

    Use as required by adding required amount to a recipe or you can make these into little spice bundles by placing 1 Tablespoon of mix onto a 2"square piece of muslin, pull up all edges and tie with a piece of string. p.s The system is in a really bad mood today and won't let me write "2 teaspoons of small dried red chilli" but that is what I mean, not chilli powder,,all ingredients are whole or crushed, not ground.

    Recipe #438665

    Don't be put off by the amount of ingredients, this really is a simple and delicious dense loaf, low carb and gluten free of course, but packed full of flavour.

    Recipe #438586

    For those without dietary restrictions, this gluten and sugar free recipe can be made using the same quantity of plain flour and 8oz of castor sugar. However, these little treats are just as sweet and light as they are.

    Recipe #438355

    Stollen is a German fruitbread traditionally eaten at Christmas, the design of the loaf is said to represent the baby Jesus wrapped in swaddling, which I find so sweet, but not as sweet as the delicious marzipan that runs through the centre of the loaf… I have adapted this recipe to make it gluten free, and I am currently working on a recipe for sugar free marzipan to make a low carb version.

    Recipe #438323

    A refreshing dessert dinner party dessert...For an alcohol free version, try substituting the Marsala for an alcohol free red wine or cranberry juice.

    Recipe #438253

    It seems obvious I know but lighter flours are better for lighter recipes, and I am a firm believer in less is more; gluten free flour doesn’t need to be complicated, the only rule of thumb with this flour blend is to use 2 teaspoons of xanthan gum for every lb. of flour.

    Recipe #438139

    Dumplings or dough balls, can be the finishing touch to any stew or soup, it is completely down to personal taste as to which herb to use, but mixed herbs are pretty fool proof. Gluten free suet is available on the market, but it is only grated vegetable fat,,,so why not use grated vegetable fat and save the pennies.

    Recipe #438138

    This started as a non gf dish using wholemeal flour and wholemeal breadcrumbs, but I think the substitution with seeds and oats is just as tasty and certainly just as healthy. I love the honey and ginger in this vegetable dish it really takes the carrots (not my favorite veg) to a new level.

    Recipe #437643

    I was so pleased with these tasty classic biscuits. The texture is just like that of a non gluten free Ginger Nut, and as any coeliac knows it's the texture that usually suffers in adapting recipes. The recipe calls for 1lb 4oz of flour, however, this system doesn't like mixing pounds and ounces,,,hence "20oz flour."For a more authentic touch sprinkle some sugar on the dough just before baking.

    Recipe #437603

    Another adaptation of a lovely recipe for raspberry jam, for a more grown version add 4 tbsp of cassis to the jam just before potting.

    Recipe #437575

    This cake is based on a recipe I found on "sugar free baking" website while looking for a cake for my diabetic husbands birthday, which was perfect for him but meant I was going to spend his birthday celebrations nibbling on a ricecake,,,I don't think so,,,hence gluten free Apricot Sponge . The prep time does not include the overnight soaking of the apricots.

    Recipe #437573

    An Indian pancake traditionally eaten as a breakfast dish. I found this little beauty in The Bread and Bread Machine Bible and amazingly I didn't have to change a thing,,,made with rice and lentils it's naturally gluten free and relatively low carb. And no I haven't made a mistake the prep time really is 2 days,,,but so worth the wait...The recipe only makes six Dosas so to make the effort worthwhile why not multiply the ingredients and freeze them. If you prefer a kick then add a finely chopped chilli to the batter before cooking.

    Recipe #437523

    I was first introduced to lemon bars when I reviewed Secret teenage chef's "Easy Lemon Bars". They were delish, but I was determined to make them gluten free as well as sugar free.The flavor combination of fresh lemon and raspberry are what make these deliciuos little treats... Sugar free jams are available, but can be quite expensive and yet so easy to make, my own has just three simple ingredients "Wicklewood's Sugar free Raspberry jam".

    Recipe #437519

    This is a handy little onion dish to have around. Great with sausages or grilled pork, it can be served cold as a condiment, warm as a side or add a little water the at the final stages and serve as a gravy

    Recipe #437370

    Sweet little cookies with the taste of the Caribbean,,,maybe not one for the kiddies.

    Recipe #437367

    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

    I don't know how old this recipe is or where it originates from, but I remember it was one of the first recipes my Father taught me, and I've passed it on to my children,,,the only difference is they haven't cottoned on to the fact that when someone gives you a recipe you are supposed to try and make the dish yourself... The potatoes should be sliced as thinly as possible, ideally using a mandolin, and it can be completely vegetarian by using vegetable stock instead of chicken stock.

    Recipe #437222

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