This ointment is a great price available at all pharmacies now or can be ordered in. It was purchased at the Melbourne gluten free exhibition. The ointment comes in a handy sized tube for your handbag and is gluten free and petrochemical free. It is also Australian made and owned. Can be used for dry lips, nappy rash, cuts and etc
I found it less oily than the other products on the market and smells fantastic.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day Right? well according to those health people out there. Anyway…… I have found most gluten free breakfast cereal taste like cardboard – so when I found these in Coles supermarket and tried them – I was amazed at how much they bought me back to my childhood (in the 70′s, hence the vintage filter)!
They taste like “real” corn flakes YUM!
Most stock’s like “Campbell’s” contains gluten. This stock is 100% natural and has no preservatives. it has filtered onions in the stock which is great for people with fructose malabsorption. It’s excellent for a soup base and also for stir-fry sauces or just adding flavor to rice.
Tip: You can find the stock at most butches and specialist gluten free health stores.
Mad Mex was a neat little find on Chapel St, Windsor. I love Mexican food. My friend from work had said it was GF but I thought all the meats & salsa would have onion in them (which is a no, no for me) but to my surprise I gave it a go and OMG it was amazing
I ordered the GF Soft Tacos without the black beans (not a bit fan) lettuce and chicken and pork
next time I might order the crispy tacos or nachos mmmmmm
Yum Yum and Yum – These pies are great, the texture is like a real pie crust its crunchy not chalky and the taste is simply superb – you must follow the cooking instructions on the packet for the best results.
I sometimes add a bit of mashed potato to the top to make it a shepherds pie BUT I always add Heinz tomato ketchup.
These are also available at the MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground) for those who love eating a pie at the footy or cricket!
These are the perfect gluten free bars – they are great for a light snack and for traveling.
They only contain 9 healthy ingredients
These crumbs are really good for chicken Schnitzel, which is my favorite meal. You can also use them for meatball, stuffing and fillings they are definitely my favorite to use for this type of cooking. Give them a go.
They are Kosher and nut free too
Gluten free Schnitzel
4 x 150g Chicken Breasts (skinless or skin removed)
1/4 cup Gluten free corn flour (Whitewings)
1x cup gluten free corn crispy crumbs (Orgran)
2-3 eggs (dependent on size)
1-2 x cup/s oil (I use olive oil but its up to you)
To prepare 3 x bowls and 2 plates
In each bowl I put the corn flour – crispy crumbs – and eggs
On the plate I put the raw chicken I cut up the chicken into even bits about 4cm thick and bash it out with a tenderizing mallet so they become flat
First I coat the chicken into the corn flour – then dunk them into the eggs and then coat the chicken into the corn crumbs. Then I place them onto my second plate and repeat untill all the chicken is coated and ready for the hot oil.
On a medium heat I place the coated chicken into the hot oil they should go a nice yellow brown then turn for the other side to cook
After they look ready I take them out and place them on paper towel to get rid of the excess oil
Serve with mash potato (my favorite)
TIP: you could also put some yummy fresh herbs in the egg (tyme or parsley are really good with chicken)
This is where I shop for my specialty items, and also to get new product information.
They are super friendly in store, and do tastings (on Saturdays) they also have cooking classes available at certain times of the year.
I tried these recently and they are delicious.
I double baked them -
I placed pizza bases in the oven with tomato base (tomato puree & more Italian herbs) as intructed on the pack for 6 minutes
Then I topped them with my favorite toppings
Capsicum (red & green), GF salami (KR Castlemain), Cheeses (Tasty & Parmesan – less than 50grams all up)
Then placed them in the oven for another 6 minutes (or until the cheese is melted)
These are my homemade from scratch chicken drumette’s……. Serves two
“Fountain Gluten free”soy sauce
10 drumettes (from your local butcher)
1 teaspoon of ginger (optional)
1 large long red chile (optional)
1 tablespoon maple syrup
1 tablespoon garlic oil or 1 crushed garlic clove 1 tablespoon of olive oil
1 tablespoon White Wings GF corn flour
Salad of your choice (I’ve used fresh iceberg lettuce, carrots, red green capsicum/peppers)
Throw all the ingredients (besides the salad) into a large sandwich bag- pop it into the fridge sealed & marinate (at least for 3 hours)
Preheat fan forced oven to 180-200 degrees (for at least 10 minutes)
Place marinated chicken onto a baking tray and cook for 40 – 50 minutes (flip drumettes after half way through the cooking process about 20 minutes) making sure chicken is cooked
While the drumettes are cooking make you salad (chop and plate it up – place in the fridge until the drumettes are ready.
Add all the ingredients into a bowl and eat away!