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!
In Australia we have a popular ice cream chain named “Trampoline” they sell milky ice cream but also cater for GF and LF intolerance’s – so very summer I have to slurge and have the lemon and pineapple flavor’s (keep in mind the fructose flavor’s like mango and apple, although they may be ok IF the glucose content is higher than the fruit added).
By the way this pic was taken half way through eating it – you get double what is in this pic.
You can also try the sorbet at 7apples in St.Kilda (the red bull sorbet is to live for!) -
This bread is a premixed packet – by “Springhill” – you can find it at Coles supermarkets – it’s really easy to make
Added Ingredients needed – Sugar, Salt, Dried yeast and water.
It tastes a bit like rye bread – Awesome if you have an 2hrs to spare
A friend at work told me about Quinoa – When I tried it i was pleasantly surprised. I use it as an alternative to rice as you get sick of eating rice after a while. It has a more nuttier flavor than rice and I find it fills you. a definite “must have” in your cupboard – I have a great warm chicken salad that I will post in the weeks to come – I mix rice and quinoa in a rice cooker – just another little hint! Love this super grain and “Nature’s first organic” is brilliant in flavor.
These are my favorite noodles – the texture and the flavor – they even take me back to my childhood – they remind me of tinned spaghetti without the sauce – give them a go.