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    Great dish- gluten free to serve as a side or beneath a grilled salmon steak or a grilled chicken breast piece. Similar to a cous cous salad. If gluten free- ensure GF tamari or soy sauce is used Serves 2 as a main with some salmon or chicken, or 4 as a side serve. Editted to add- this recipe is from with regards to the name- there is no actual toasting of the quinoa done. I think the name is just in reference to the colour of the dish perhaps

    Recipe #233143

    A creamy fish and veggie pie style bake. Individual serves topped with crumbs. Serves 4. This recipe was from an advertisement in a magazine. Can be made gluten/ dairy free as required

    Recipe #233132

    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

    A mash potato with spinach. A colourful side dish or serve as a bed to meats, casseroles or a stew. Serves 4

    Recipe #232819

    A great way to serve carrots. They can even be cooked in advance and just reheated prior to serving

    Recipe #232818

    A traditional Sudani salad. Posted for Zaar World Tour 3

    Recipe #232799

    These is so simple and such a great dessert. You can use any quantity of stoned fruits and aby types. The quantities given were just for the sake of posting. An easy dessert for a dinner party- just have all the fruits cut up and pop in the oven when you are clearing the main meal dishes

    Recipe #232555

    Frittata baked in the oven in muffin tins. Gluten free as no flour used. Recipe was from a magazine advertisement for Vitasoy "Soy Milky" soy milk, but of course you can use any milk for this recipe

    Recipe #232553

    This recipe was torn from a magazine whilst watching my daughter in her swimming squad. I think it was a Womens Weekly and this was a reader's recipe. Makes 12. Ensure all ingredients used are gluten free.

    Recipe #232552

    These are delicious served with a coffee. The friand originated in France and is now found in cafes the world over. This is an easy version, a traditional fraiand would include browned butter. This version can be made gluten free by using a gluten free flour blend and adding 1 teaspoon of xanthan gum.

    Recipe #232263

    A fantastic and easy fruit sauce to serve over you favourite dessert. Any berry can be used in substitution of the raspberries.

    Recipe #232147

    Very easy to prepare and looks fantastic. As a bonus it is gluten free and can be prepared a day in advance. Should be removed from the fridge about 30 minutes prior to serving. Serve with the fruit of your choice- eg strawberries, glazed pear tropical fruits. Can be served topped with a syrup or just a swirl of honey. However you's a dessert to be enjoyed by all. Pannacoota is an Italian phrase which literally means "cooked cream". Panna cotta is served all over Italy and is a traditional dessert.

    Recipe #232145

    This recipe was torn from a magazine whilst watching my daughter at her swimming squad training. I think it was a Woman's Day. Makes about 2 cups

    Recipe #232085

    Simple and quick to make- Delish on a salad. This recipe makes about 1 1/2 cups and will keep in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.

    Recipe #232084

    These wraps make a lovely breakfast, light lunch or entrée. This recipe was originally from a free health magazine. Makes at least 8 wraps. Serve with a little hollandaise sauce if desired. Can easily use parmesan cheese in place of the pecorino and any herbs of your preference

    Recipe #232083

    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

    These mini muffins were made by a work colleague for a morning tea. They were so good, that I asked her for the recipe. If making these purposefully gluten free ensure that the chocolate, baking powder and thickened cream are all gluten free. Any artificial sweetener can be used in place of the sugar (if following a gluten-free diet take care that it is GF- splenda is gluten-free). You can really use any dried fruit or chip of your choice

    Recipe #232081

    Roasted beetroot. Roasting beetroot brings out it's flavour. This is far better than any tinned beetroot that you will buy. Roast beetroot with the skin and tops on then leave to cool. The skin will fall away leaving a brilliant red bulb. Use gloved hands to peel the beetroot or you will find that your hands will be stained from the red beetroot juice. If you use larger beetroot- add in some cooking time. The easiest is to try for beetroot that are similar in size.

    Recipe #231907

    Chicken breast (or other pieces of your choice) cooked in a foil parcel with chargrilled capsicum. It's also a low-fat meal. Serve with veges or a salad. You can substitute for the capsicum with onion and tomato, a squeee of lemon, fresh herbs etc

    Recipe #231511

    Baby green beans tossed in olive oil and parsley. We always have parsley growing in our garden and we love beans.You can steam the beans in the microwave if you prefer. You can use butter in place of the olive oil if your not keen on the oil

    Recipe #230804

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