When the wind is howling, and the rain pours down, there is nothing better than coming in and sitting down to a delicious bowl of soup. This Scotch broth is deliciously full of vitamins and minerals.
This chilli is so versatile - you can put it in a taco, put it in a tortilla wrap, put it over tortillas. Make it into burritos or quesadillas or just on rice. I must admit I am slightly addicted to this in all its glorious forms.
This risotto is a staple in this house, especially when we need a bowl of comfort food. Best served hot with lots of cheese and Tabasco!
Banana and chocolate - what a combination! If you have some overripe bananas in the fruit bowl, this is the recipe for you! So simple - pop everything in the mixer, in the pan, the oven and boom! Tasty treats!
Yesterday I went to Yo Sushi! For the first time in ages! They have a lot of gluten-free items on their menu. They do have an allergen menu in-house, but it's the traditional massive spreadsheet which isn't exactly appealing - if you go on the Yo! Sushi site you can arrange the list by dietary… Continue reading Yo! Sushi – A Coeliac Review.
An exciting development in the world of British people who have Coeliac disease - Wetherspoons now have a dedicated gluten free menu! Although in the small print they do say that they mostly try their best to avoid cross-contamination, but it can happen, I have been there many times and never had an adverse reaction.… Continue reading The Ultimate Gluten Free List – Wetherspoons For The Coeliac 2018
This is wheat free, gluten free, barley free, dairy free, crustacean free... but certainly not taste free. I'm addicted and you will be too. Ingredients: Meat: 500g beef cut into thin strips, 3 tbsp cornflour, 1 tbsp gluten-free Worcester sauce, 1 tbsp white wine, 3 tbsp rice bran oil. Sauce: 4 tbsp gluten-free Worcester sauce,… Continue reading Gluten, Wheat and Dairy Free Crispy Szechuan Chilli Beef
This comforting bowl of spicy cuddles is perfect for the cold and wet winter we are in just now. Here's my secret recipe. Ingredients 2 white onions (diced) 3 cloves of garlic (finely chopped) 1 inch squared of ginger (finely chopped) 100g of spring greens or pak choi (cut into strips) 1 red chilli (sliced… Continue reading Gluten Free Green Thai Curry Soup
For a few months, I have had monthly Snackly boxes delivered. It's a selection box of about 6 gluten-free treats from various suppliers to try. I have been very impressed so far with the quality and value for money of them. Here are some photos of the boxes I have received: As you can see… Continue reading Gluten Free Monthly Box Service Review – Snackly
Oft! I have literally not found a Kallo rice cake that has not been awesome to eat. I will update this list each time I try a new one but so far here is my feedback on the tasty ones I have tried so far. Chocolate Thins with Caramel Pieces - So, so good with a… Continue reading Gluten Free Food Review – Kallo Rice Cakes