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Chris posting in Coeliac Recipies
User: fretless29
Date: 2012-07-22 16:54
Subject: Pizza Margherita!
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Not too long ago I picked up some really nice tomatoes, and fresh mozzarella. My little basil plant is doing nicely, and it all added up to pizza Margherita! Named for the queen of Italy at the time it is all about the tomatoes! Of course cheese and basil never hurt either, oh, and roasted garlic!!! Hope you guys all enjoy it! Also, I couldn't resist posting the PDGA (disc golf!!) World Championship results! http://wp.me/p4fCp-ek
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Chris posting in Coeliac Recipies
User: fretless29
Date: 2012-06-21 01:14
Subject: Mojo roast pork and pineapple salsa!
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I spent an afternoon with an old friend teaching her to use a chef's knife, and this is the recipe I came up with for her to make that afternoon! Marinate pork in citrus and grill it (or roast) and top it with this pineapple salsa and you will have a fantastic dinner!
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Chris posting in Coeliac Recipies
User: fretless29
Date: 2012-05-05 07:29
Subject: Guacamole - Just in time for Cinco de Mayo!
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Guacamole can be either really bad or really good, and funnily enough until I had to make it at work (I am a cook, and have celiac.) I never knew how good it could be. My guacamole gets the Latin American Sous Chef compliments when I make it! (I'm about as gringo as gringo can be!) At which point, he points them to me! Happy Cinco de Mayo! Hope you enjoy!

Hope this is ok to post this. If not, let me know and I will fix it.
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☆ Elizi ☆ posting in Coeliac Recipies
User: aquariusbelle
Date: 2012-03-27 12:07
Subject: Easy Chicken Parm Recipe
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https://apps.facebook.com/udislookagaincontest/contests/195821/voteable_entries/47455822 Vote for my Easy Chicken Parm - it is incredibly simple - just make some UDI's croutons and add some sauce and cheese! Delicious and easy!

Sorry for the spam, but it is recipe sharing.... I am trying to win this contest from UDI's and I love this recipe and am super proud of it.

cross posted
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Sarah posting in Coeliac Recipies
User: xwitchymagicx
Date: 2011-04-07 17:55
Subject: Peanut Butter Chocolate Cheesecake
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Location:England, United Kingdom


* Ignore how "burnt" it looks...my oven isn't the best oven inthe world! ><*


Recipe - Dairy Free & Gluten FreeCollapse )
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smileyfish posting in Coeliac Recipies
User: smileyfish
Date: 2011-02-27 00:18
Subject: Bottling sunshine
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This week the weather turned, with the first breaths of winter stirring. There was snow on the mountain on Monday morning and the days are now noticably cooler and shorter. Today I finally accepted that the all-too-brief summer was gone and turned my attention to preparing for the cold, grey months ahead.

A couple of week's ago I'd been fortunate enough to be given a pile of lemons. This afternoon I turned them into lemon curd, preserving the sunshine yellow tang as an indulgent treat to chase away the winter blues.


Simple Lemon Curd

1/2 cup lemon juice
1 cup castor sugar (use raw castor, or add a little brown sugar to give a more caramel flavour)
90 g butter
2 whole eggs
1 egg yolk


Bring a saucepan of water to simmer, resting a heat-proof bowl on top (being sure to leave space between the bowl and the water). Chop butter and place in bowl. Pour in sugar, lemon juice, beaten eggs and a dash of vanilla. Whisk together as butter melts. Taking care to keep the temperature low and steady, gently stir mix continuously until it begins to thicken (about 10 minutes). If the mix gets too hot, the eggs will scramble. If you don't stir enough the outside layer will set and over-cook. Once the mix begins to thicken turn off heat and keep stirring for another 5 minutes or so, until the curd takes on a creamy, smooth consistency. Remove curd from heat and pour into sterilised containers. The mix will thicken further as it cools. Store in a cool, dark place (or in the fridge) for a grey, rainy day.

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smileyfish posting in Coeliac Recipies
User: smileyfish
Date: 2011-02-08 20:20
Subject: Y to the UM
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Dear gods that's delicious! Re-discovering I actually know how to cook...


Get home from work, tired and uninspired. Inspect contents of fridge, locating half and eggplant, half a capsicum, some tired-looking swiss brown mushrooms and an overripe (home-grown) tomato. Think... find pie dish and turn on oven.

Slice eggplant fairly thinly and line pie dish. Splash with olive oil and throw in hot oven (160-180oC) for 10 minutes.

Slice mushrooms and tomato, cut capsicum into chunks. Dice a whack of garlic.

Discover 1/3 of a brown onion in fridge. Slice thinly. Investigate fridge further; grab ham that needs using up, jar of insipid olives and jar containing dregs of goats cheese in olive oil. Add garlic to cheesy dregs with extra olive oil. Raid garden, returning with sprig of rosemary and fistful of basil.

Pull eggplant out of oven. Top with mushrooms, onion and a scatter of rosemary. Chuck on some olives. Add generous sploosh of balsamic and a gentle drowning of red wine. Return to oven for 20 mins.

Pour self glass of red, retire to lounge room and surf the net until stomach reminds you how empty it is.

Retrive dish from oven. Add thinly sliced ham*, capsicum and top with tomato. Pour over cheesy-garlicy olive oil and scatter with torn basil. Dust with ground pepper and a little cayene or smoked paprika. Bung back in oven for 20 mins or so. Retire back to your red.

Finish wine. Saunter over to oven and discover dinner perfectally cooked. Grab (GF) flat breat, throw on plate and chuck in oven to warm while dinner cools. Once warm, add a smear of butter, re-fill wine glass, serve up perfect melty eggplant-tomato-winey goo and seriously enjoy. It's damn good.


* works fine without ham for the veggie types. or substitute your own fun pork products!
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Cherrysherbet posting in Coeliac Recipies
User: cherrysherbet
Date: 2010-11-22 19:56
Subject: Gluten free afternoon tea
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Hello everyone, this isn't really a recipe but for anyone craving pretty cupcakes and feeling left out I would like to recommend Bake-a-boo in West Hampstead, London. (My apologies if posts have to strictly be about recipes only)

It's a gorgeous little shop and they always have gluten free cupcakes. They do full afternoon gluten free teas complete with scones and sandwiches (and don't just give you a gluten free cupcake then a load of gluten filled stuff like other places I've been to!)

Very yummy too, I had a blackberry and plum cupcake :)

I would love to hear other people's gluten free cafe/restaurant/shop recommendations.
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User: karadin
Date: 2010-08-28 18:46
Subject: Karadin's Quick Fried Polenta Casserole
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Polenta is a mixture of corn meal and water or stock, great for a change from pasta, rice, potatoes - not to mention its gluten free!

1 package ready made polenta (in a tube) 18oz or make your own from instant.
1 jar marinara sauce
2 cups Italian cheese shredded (mozzeralla, parmesan)
*meat optional 1/2 lb mild Italian sausage cooked, drained
olive oil

Remove wrapper from tube of polenta and cut into 1/2 thick slices. Prepare skillet by heating 3 tablespoons olive oil. Fry polenta slices in olive oil until they are golden brown, using spatula to flip (not tongs) and remove to plate covered with paper towels.

Lightly oil a glass or ceramic casserole dish and line with slices of fried polenta. Top with marinara sauce and sausage, then top with shredded cheese. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes at 400 degrees until cheese is melted and bubbling.

Allow to rest for five minutes before serving.

Don't forget fried polenta as a base for pizzas, appetizers, or just top with an egg and cheese for breakfast, the mild taste goes with anything!
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Flower posting in Coeliac Recipies
User: flowerncsu
Date: 2010-05-13 22:39
Subject: New resource!
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My brother-in-law(-to-be) read about someone who had written recipe filters for vegetarian and for vegan diets. He contacted the guy to ask if he'd do the same thing for gluten free, and now he has! The developer admits that he probably missed a few things that should be excluded (since GF gets so complicated), but there's a button to report a recipe that isn't actually gluten free, so we can help him refine his filter. That said, in my (very) little bit of poking around with it, I haven't seen any problem ingredients yet!

Find it at http://cookglutenfree.net

Happy cooking!
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