What better way to celebrate the first day of spring other than with a gorgeous gluten free lemon and poppyseed loaf. This was inspired by ottolenghi but adapted to be low fodmap.
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!
Another Ottolenghi-inspired recipe that guiltlessly satisfies those mid-week cravings for takeaways. Why order KFC when you can make it yourself, and even better? This gluten-free take on the traditionally Austrian fried cutlet is breadcrumbed with a combination of sesame seeds, cayenne pepper and turmeric for an alluring golden appearance.
Nothing screams ‘Christmas!’ more than homemade mince pies. Even better if they’re gluten free and delightfully gut-friendly. Delicately buttery shortbread pastry with hints of lemon zest cutting through the sweetness of the mince filling, these mince pies would make anyone with IBS realise that Christmas is definitely NOT off the table. And the great thing is that you don’t even need to roll out the pastry!
Whether bite sized or full sized, these lemony, chivy fishcakes are good to eat any time of the day. Mix finely grated parsnip with cooked shredded cod to bind and mould into shapes of your choice.