Just as apple and cheese complement each other on a cheese board, the same magic happens when combined in this savoury baked loaf.In as little as 30 minutes, this one-bowl-mix recipe will be baking in the oven, resulting in an appetising aroma of cheese and apple, not forgetting a mouthwatering slice to enjoy with your favourite soup or simply on its own.Any remaining slices can be reheated in the oven or air fryer. Serve it with some butter on its own or top them with ham & apple slices. Finish off with a few dollops of Ploughman's lunch relish on the top.
Prepare yourself for a sweet lemony taste blast with these buttery citrus shortbreads, sandwiched together with lemon curd.Using a flower-engraved rolling pin will create the sunflower design, but if you rather use a flower-shaped cookie cutter, this will still look pretty. Remember to cut a small hole in the centre of some of the shortbread biscuits to let the lemon curd peek out.Once baked and assembled, they stay fresh for one week in the fridge.
These sweet and spicy chicken wings are oven-baked with the skin removed, resulting in a healthier meal rather than the traditional deep-fried version with the skin left on. The glaze is made with butter and either a store-bought Franks Red Hot® or Texas-Pete® sauce or my homemade version. Reduce the amount of butter if you prefer to lower the fat content slightly.The blue cheese dipping sauce is made using strong blue cheese, low-fat if possible, and low-fat yoghurt and milk.In combination with plenty of celery sticks and a generous bowl of salad, this meal is good to go for those looking for some healthier meals to eat.
This stunning and scrumptious gluten-free Baileys baked cheesecake is for serious dessert lovers.
An authentic and hearty Viennese goulash is a thick rich paprika beef stew with equal quantities of onions and beef which gives a sweet gravy that is seasoned with Austria’s favourite spice; caraway, plenty of garlic and marjoram.Served with gluten-free dumplings, specifically Serviettenknödel which literally means in German, Napkin dumplings. They effectively mop up the rich beef paprika sauce oozing from the goulash and add that extra carb component to the dish.Viennese goulash is traditionally served with boiled parsley potatoes and freshly baked Kaiser bread rolls, known as Semmel-Brötchen or Kaisersemmel.
These gluten-free rolls are Vienna's favourite bread to have any time of the day with practically everything whether it is soups, stews, a simple sandwich or breakfast. Crossing the tops of the bread rolls with a sharp knife or a kaiser bread press gives it that classic Kaiser design. They are excellent to eat freshly baked. They lose their softness slightly the next day but can be restored by spraying some water on each roll and reheating them in a moderate oven or in an air fryer for 5 minutes.
Four recipes in one recipe card!Bring this authentic fish & chip meal to your home with a British flair using a gluten-free batter to make the crispiest coating. The chips are not traditionally deep-fried, but oven-baked, still retaining that crunch and flavour, yet so much healthier.Enjoy your fish & chips with the all-time pairing of mushy peas and delicious, tangy, homemade tartare sauce.
Originating from Turkey, this lamb pide is a boat-shaped gluten-free flatbread baked with a spiced minced lamb topping. It is prepared as a snack or a meal on its own, depending on the size of the pide.
These are naturally gluten-free baked snacks from Brazil using tapioca or potato starch and strong cheese. Enjoy these cheese puffs at breakfast, as an afternoon snack or at parties. Children love them too!
Flan is a simple and naturally gluten-free dessert, popular in most Spanish, South American and Mexican homes. This refreshing cold custard is baked in a water bath together with a bottom layer of thick caramel sauce.Serve with a dollop of Dulce de Leche and some fresh fruit.
Indian vegetable samosas are a popular choice as a snack or served as party food. This recipe will take you through all the easy steps for delicious gluten-free vegetable samosas by making homemade gluten-free cumin samosa pastry and authentic vegetable filling. These samosas can be fried or oven-baked.
Beef samosas are a fried pastry parcel filled with a spiced minced beef, potato and pea mixture. Samosas are one of India's most popular street food snacks and are enjoyed from breakfast to social gatherings. These samosas can also be oven-baked and are delicious served with mango chutney and/or mint yoghurt.
A French-style white baguette is an essential gluten-free bread to master and enjoy as a sandwich, garlic bread, with or in soups, on a cheese board or simply on its own fresh from the oven.As with all homemade bread, it needs time to rise to develop some stretch and flavour, but your patience will be paid off when you are rewarded with the aroma and taste of fresh-baked bread.
Gluten-free pasties are your typical pub fare and a popular snack across England, especially Cornwall. This pasty recipe has a comforting mix of tender lamb, swede and potatoes cut the same size and baked within a sturdy, buttery gluten-free pastie shell.
This is an uncomplicated, gluten-free pizza dough that will give you perfect pizza bases providing it is baked in a very hot oven.Included in the recipe card is a basic Italian tomato pizza sauce and a fuss-free Neapolitan Margherita topping.Enjoy topping the pizza crust with the suggested toppings in my blog or have fun creating your own for a fun pizza night with friends and family.
Meatloaf is a classic, family favourite dish, but this has a Mediterranean twist with tons of flavour and texture.The meatloaf is sandwiched between layers of pickled red peppers, rocket or spinach leaves, feta cheese and olives, then slowly baked in a water bath.Enjoy this meatloaf served warm with creamy cauliflower potato mash or on its sliced cold with a salad.
This delightful pear dessert is made using a gluten-free flan base baked with an almond cream filling (aka frangipane) and pear slices.Serve the pear flan with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream and a sprinkling of vanilla or cinnamon sugar.
Waking up to freshly baked cinnamon rolls is a dream come true for many. This is possible if you prepare the gluten-free cinnamon roll dough the day before, plus fill it with the cinnamon butter, roll it, slice it and place them in a baking tin. A bit of planning ahead, but so worth the effort!After baking them for 30 minutes, a quick drizzle of cream cheese frosting is all that is needed to complete this magical breakfast or mid-morning treat.
Traditionally baked and gifted on the eve of St. Nicholas Day, Speculaas cookies are enjoyed all year round for their cinnamon-spiced flavour and buttery crisp texture.
Nothing beats the smell of fresh bread! This recipe makes a decent gluten-free bread loaf for fresh sandwiches or toast. The dough only needs a 30-minute resting time and is baked for 40 minutes. If you like the traditional shape of sandwich bread, invest in a Pullman loaf pan to bake it in. This bread is also excellent for making croutons and breadcrumbs which keep well frozen for many gluten-free recipes. The instructions for these handy gluten-free ingredients are listed below.