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Titbit #1 Lemon GranulesSprinkle my lemon 'granules' on your noodles (zoodles) and be amazed at the flavour. Put 'lemons' in the search box above to read about them.
Titbit #2 Freeze your Breadcrumbs
Buy bread (Gluten-Free) when it’s on offer and blitz into breadcrumbs. Pop useful amounts into bags and freeze. So handy to just grab from the freezer. Thaws quickly.
Titbit #3 Sweetcorn MashFor a change - rather than using potato or sweet potato, heat a couple of cans of sweetcorn; drain and blitz for an instant, tasty mash.
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Category Archives: Breads
I was amazed when I saw the recipe for this bread which included a tin of sardines. Sardines are one of the highest sources of essential omega-3 fatty acids and even if you don’t like sardines, this bread really does … Continue reading
I often make Banana and Raisin Bread, and you will usually find some in my freezer as it freezes beautifully, but I wanted to try a different recipe and this Paleo one seemed to fit the bill. The bread was … Continue reading
Socca is a very universal recipe using gram/chickpea flour with seasonings, a little oil and water to make a batter. The addition of herbs and/or spices make a pleasant change. Cumin seeds can be added, but I like using sesame … Continue reading
Nothing could be simpler than these flatbreads and they taste delicious too. The toasted cumin adds a wealth of flavour but this could be changed for any herb or seed such as onion or nigella seeds, for example. Once cooked, … Continue reading
This is a delicious, slightly savoury bread which goes well with soup. Alternatively it is just as nice on its own or with a spread of butter (dairy or almond/cashew). If you don’t have buttermilk, use the same amount of … Continue reading
I make a variety of breads for my gluten-intolerant husband which he loves, but sometimes he really does miss a crusty loaf for toast or a sandwich. When I spotted this recipe on the back of a packet of gluten … Continue reading
I don’t know where this recipe came from – I found it written on a scrappy bit of paper at the bottom of my recipe pile with only very brief instructions written on it in my almost-forgotten shorthand. It’s a … Continue reading
I am always on the look-out for new and different breads to bake especially as my husband is gluten-intolerant. With just a few ingredients, this flatbread looked decidedly tasty and I had quite a few bagfuls of frozen cauliflower rice … Continue reading
I had one of those nights where I woke up at 4am and couldn’t get back to sleep. A cup of tea and back to bed to browse the newspaper headlines (boring) and then search for interesting recipes. My search … Continue reading