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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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I absolutely love this recipe as it can be adapted to use up almost any vegetable in the kitchen: instead of using bok choy, sugar snap peas could be used or green beans, cabbage, spinach or broccoli. Prawns instead of … Continue reading
I’ve always loved Rosti and there are loads of different ways to make it. I remember years ago being advised to par-boil the potatoes first, before grating, as this gives a much nicer Rosti and to this day I have … Continue reading
Cooking with gluten-free flour is not quite the same as baking with a wheat-based one, often leading to quite crumbly results. This cake holds together very well and cuts beautifully into slices. I also find that this cake freezes really … Continue reading
Salmon is such a versatile fish and one of my husband’s favourites. It can be served with so many different sides but the latest one I tried really tasted great. A huge bag of spinach can always be found in … Continue reading
In need of a snack one evening and a lonely sweet potato sitting in my vegetable basket made up my mind to quickly make some ‘crisps’. Nothing could be easier than thinly slicing a peeled sweet potato using either a … Continue reading
I’ve always ‘roughly’ known what a galette was but when I decided to make this recipe I looked up the meaning just to satisfy myself. The term galette is used primarily to refer to rather rustic, free-form tarts-made with a single … Continue reading
I hadn’t made Jambalaya for years and years – too many to remember! Not sure what but something jogged my memory and I decided to make it as I knew my husband would love it with its mix of ingredients … Continue reading
The most odd thoughts pop into my mind sometimes when I go to bed and this was no exception, but I am so pleased it did as the result was superb. I had a fresh chicken in the fridge ready … 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
Call me crazy but I don’t like pears to eat raw, or even in a fruit cocktail but I love them roasted and served with a salad. This very simple salad is delicious and quick to make. Roasted beetroot is … Continue reading