Pancakes have been the dish of choice on Shrove Tuesday in the UK for hundreds of years and were originally a way to use up the last of your rich foods such as milk, eggs and sugar, before the 40 days of Lent began and the fasting season began.
Having invited lots of guests this year for Christmas dinner, it was essential to make the food as perfect as we could and one of the biggest challenges was the stuffing! Sure, you can buy gluten free stuffing on the shelves now in many supermarkets and it tastes ok, but we needed something that tasted amazing!
This gluten free beer battered onion ring recipe is a big hit in our household and makes one of the most delicious tasting onion rings you can imagine. Whilst we think it definately tastes best with beer it also makes some incredibly tasty onion rings if you replace the beer with sparkling mineral water.
Sesame Prawn toast was one of my favourite side dishes when visiting a Chinese or Thai restaurant and was most definitely something I thought was off the cards for good whilst living without Gluten, but with some fantastic gluten free breads available and a good choice of gluten free Soy Sauce this Sesame Prawn Toast is once again something I can enjoy and I have every confidence that you will too.
This Gluten Free Onion Bhaji recipe has taken a little bit of perfecting, the gram flour and spice mixture in this recipe has far surpassed any other bhaji recipe in our eyes and best of all it is 100% gluten free and 100% delicious. Give them a try and I am sure you won’t be disappointed!
This yorkshire pudding recipe works amazingly well with Gluten Free plain flour and is the perfect accompaniment to any roast dinner (especially beef)
This might sound like an odd combination of flavors for those new to this dish, but trust me, this one really works and is a great accompaniment to steak or chicken dishes. Use fresh peas during June/July or frozen peas the rest of the year round, both taste equally as good.