I've been on a Cypriot cooking bender this week, and it's safe to say I'm not stopping - especially not with this syrupy, zesty dessert! A traditional pudding, typically made from semolina (but replaced it with polenta so it's gluten free), with a hearty amount of sugar that makes for an irresistible treat. Although, the orange zest and juice helps to cut through the sweetness, so it's not saccharine.
This dish serves 4 hearty portions. And all you need is, 200g gluten free macaroni 500ml boiling water 1 tbsp olive oil 25g fresh chives, chopped 200g wafer thin ham, chopped into small pieces 300ml oat milk 6 tbsp gluten free plain flour 70g cheddar cheese, chopped 40g Red Leicester cheese, chopped Salt pepper 2… Continue reading Low FODMAP macaroni cheese
What better way to use up leftover veggies than in a simply delicious risotto, perfect for mid-week meals? The shiitake mushrooms are completely optional if you're fine with them in your FODMAP diet; they add a miso-tasting kick and meaty texture to an otherwise mild (heat-wise) and soft risotto.
Makes 7 pancakes Gather 1 cup gluten free oats (or oat flour) 1 cup almond milk 2 medium eggs 70g almonds (or ground almonds ) 2 medjoul dates, de-pipped 1 tsp baking powder Fry light spray oil (or butter) Method 1.) Blitz up all the ingredients in a food processor 2.) On a low heat,… Continue reading Oat pancakes
The flavour of this curry is just to die for. And I don't say that lightly. I was up last Saturday night just thinking about it! I fancied a warming dish that would heat up my belly as much as my tastebuds, and this dish just did. If you are too, you've come to the right place!