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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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Tag Archives: Minced Beef
I read somewhere that Baked Ziti is lasagna’s more relaxed cousin and I thought what a good description. Now I know that my grand-kids love lasagna so I thought I would give this dish a whirl whilst changing just a … Continue reading
Enchiladas – the Mexican equivalent of a lasagne (or so some say) can be filled with many different ingredients; chicken, turkey, beef, cheese, beans, vegetables and so on. Some recipes include lots of sauce, but some are more like this … Continue reading
I love this recipe as the filling can be made in advance and kept in the fridge until needed. It is then quite simple to prepare the courgettes and pop them in the oven half an hour before you want … Continue reading
Being gluten-intolerant, my husband has to avoid most ready-made burgers so I decided to quickly knock up a batch to keep in the freezer for him. I turned a few slices of gluten-free bread into breadcrumbs and dried them in … Continue reading
It has been years and years since I last made a meatloaf but this recipe caught my eye and it was well-worth making especially as it is gluten-free and the grated carrots and onion give it a nutritional boost. It … Continue reading
I came across this recipe on the blog Cooking Up The Pantry (Ros in Western Australia) where she said “I can remember joking as a child that my Mum had one hundred and one ways of cooking mince but this … Continue reading