This is one of my go-to dishes for a winter crowd. I separately serve grilled Italian sausages on the side. I used to incorporate the sausage in the tomato sauce (about 1lb, frying with the onions), but nowadays there is always a vegetarian (or more) in our group meals. Because this is made...
Makes: 5 to 6 crêpes | Preparation time: 10 mins | Cooking time: 12 mins
Ricotta: 350 g
Chestnut flour: 150 g
Whole milk: 250 ml
Extra virgin olive oil (EVOO): 9 ml
Persimmons, ripe: 2
Icing sugar: 1 tbsp
Butter, unsalted: as needed
Dark chocolate: to taste
A pinch of salt
For the Marinate: (Same as Variant One).
1 cup / 235 mL buttermilk (or enough to cover the chicken).
2 teaspoons kosher salt
7 – 8 total ounces / 200 – 225 total grams / 2 medium-large boneless skinless chicken thighs. (Basically, use one thigh per person; this recipe makes two. For four –...
I saw this on my interests feed on my Chrome browser this morning and thought those of you who have a gluten free diet might be interested. There are other recipes on the site as well.
Gluten free hamburger buns
Hi guys. Was asked in the what I ate today thread if I could post the recipe for these. I didn't follow a proper recipe, but can give the rough ingredient amounts and method I used. Of course, you can use any veges you might have at hand. I made enough for about two good serves. So here goes...
First of all, there are 3 separate 'recipes' here . One for the dough for the actual eclairs, then there is the filling which is optional, you could opt for dairy free yoghurt or dairy free ice cream and finally there is the (optional , hey who are we kidding here ?) dairy free chocolate icing...
I was tasked with making scones for a women's meeting to cover everyone with food allergies, coeliac etc. So I needed to cover
dried fruit free
I tried to make one batch to cover everyone but ended up with three. One lot made with rice milk. This turned out ok but...
Buckwheat pancakes are a speciality of Northern France. This is a vegan version of the pancake, devised through trial and error on my part. Its also gluten free and dairy free. I couldn't resist using an egg in the filling which of course, isn't vegan - but there are lots of other fillings you...
This recipe is based on one I saw on the Gluten Free on a Shoestring website
245g Doves Farm SF flour
35 g potato starch
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1 tbsp sunflower oil
1 egg and 1 egg white
6 floz water
Mix dry ingredients then add wet ingredients. It makes a stocky dough,
This was based on a recipe I saw in the Tesco magazine and was rather sceptical as I could not see how the ingredients would make a Victoria sponge. So I tried it with my own take on it.
400g gluten free self-raising flour
1 1/4 tsp bicarbonate of soda
200g caster sugar
50g cocoa powder
This dessert is inspired by the mojito cocktail. You could also put some rum in the mousse
For gluten free mint crumble:
40 gr soft butter
40 gr finely chopped almonds
40 gr rice flour
4-5 mint leaves
For lime mousse:
250 gr soft cheese
100 gr fresh liquid cream
60 gr powdered...
They may have left it a bit late in the day, but the BBC have just published a collection of gluten-free Christmas recipes, which some of you may find useful.
The link is here http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/collections/gluten-free_christmas_recipes
I’m bringing fresh bread to my wife’s aunt and uncle’s dinner on Christmas Eve. I was alerted a few days ago that there are two people needing gluten-free bread. I’ve never baked with gluten-free flour before. A brand I bought states that it’s a “1 for 1” replacement for gluten flour. Has anyone...
I was motivated to try out gluten free pastry because @Herbie had posted about it and seemed to have success. Here is my first effort. I used the recipe on the Dove's farm gluten free flour packet plus a teaspoon of xanthum powder (for structure). Here is what I made... looks good doesn't it...
I made this for guests last night and it was delicious. I've not made a cobbler (sweet or savoury) since I left my parents' home over 30 years ago.I find gluten free pastry really difficult so usually make a fruit crumble but mentions of cobbler on Cookingbites made me give this a go...
I've tried lots of gluten and dairy-free (not egg-free) cupcake recipes and found this one from All Recipes works best even though it is not a GF recipe. Just replace flour with GF SR flour, add GF baking powder, and use dairy-free 'margarine'. I only make half the quantity of...
175g plain flour (gluten free)
1 teaspoon baking powder (gluten free)
125g soft margarine (lactose free)
100g brown sugar
½+ teaspoon vanilla essence
125g of Sweet William Chocolate (use either Sweet William Choc Chips or chop up 50g or 100g Original into small pieces)