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Festive Stuffed Turkey Fillets

Festive Stuffed Turkey Fillets

Opt for these easy, rolled turkey rolls with a mushroom & spinach stuffing, wrapped in bacon. They cook in no time and are equally as delicious, especially when paired off with homemade cranberry sauce and some homemade gluten-free gravyImagine, no craving or messing with bones etc! Plus, you can use any leftover turkey slices to create a wholesome salad.

Roasted Sweet Potato Salad

Roasted Sweet Potato Salad

This salad is a combination of roasted sweet potatoes & pecans glazed with cumin, cinnamon, maple syrup and olive oil. Once cooled, they are mixed in with a balsamic vinegar dressing and topped onto a bed of fresh rocket leaves.Serve this salad either as a side or make a meal out of it and add some salty feta or goat's cheese together with a slice of gluten-free plain or walnut baguette.

Chilli Sweet Potato Pie

Chilli Sweet Potato Pie

This family-size chilli sweet potato pie is similar in design to a potato or Shepard's pie but uses homemade chilli con carne and cheesy sweet potato mash topped with seasoned crushed tortilla chips.Included in this recipe card are the ingredients for a homemade gluten-free chilli con carne seasoning mix that flavours the beef and other added ingredients, producing a very authentic chilli (or chili as spelt in the US). If you are after a blow-your-mind level of spiciness, increase the fresh chillis and cayenne pepper until it reaches your spicy tolerance.Making it in a large cast iron pan is practical, adds flavour and gives a rustic feel to the dish, plus less washing up to do!

Gluten-Free Brambrack (Irish Tea Cake)

Gluten-Free Brambrack (Irish Tea Cake)

Brambrack is a delicious, rich tea cake full of tea-soaked raisins, lemon & orange peel and mixed spices. This moist and aromatic cake is enjoyed all year round, but traditionally as an Irish Halloween treat served warm with a generous spread of butter and paired perfectly with a cup of tea.

Gluten-Free Apple Fritters with Cinnamon Sugar

Gluten-Free Apple Fritters with Cinnamon Sugar

These apple fritters are one of those once-in-awhile treats to enjoy as a snack, to delight children or serve as a dessert with a scoop of ice cream.The gluten-free batter is crunchy on the outside and pillowy on the inside, while the apple is cooked to a perfect bite without ending up mushy.Using a tart apple like Granny Smith is ideal for these fritters, otherwise, the smaller varieties Pink Lady and Honeycrisp also work well in apple fritters.

Gluten-Free Apple & Cheese Loaf

Gluten-Free Apple & Cheese Loaf

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.

Homemade Gluten-Free Spice Blends

Homemade Gluten-Free Spice Blends

Each of these ten spice blends has been extensively tested with many recipes posted on my Fun Without Gluten website.Making your homemade blend will ensure it is gluten-free and packed with good quality flavour to season your chosen dish.

Gluten-Free CROSTINI

Gluten-Free CROSTINI

Making crostini is a great way to use up leftover baguette bread. If you are dedicating several whole gluten-free baguettes specifically to make crostini, then calculate one baguette to yield 30-32 thin crostini slices.The bread slices are quickly toasted in either a griddle pan or panini maker to give those attractive grill marks.Here are four delicious toppings to vamp up the toasted crostini. Each filling makes enough for 8 to 10 crostini slices. Once assembled, serve them immediately as an appetiser, light lunch or with drinks at your next social gathering.

Gado Gado Indonesian Salad with Rice Cakes (Ketupat)

Gado Gado Indonesian Salad with Rice Cakes (Ketupat)

Gado Gado is a naturally gluten-free Indonesian cold salad of blanched, steamed or fresh vegetables of your choice, including hard-boiled eggs, rice cakes & tofu, served with a peanut satay sauce. There is no strict rule about what vegetables you choose to add to Gado Gado, so have fun creating your own platter of veggies. You could even add fresh pineapple as a fruit option. A traditional and popular addition to Gado Gado salad is some cubed rice cakes called Ketupat in Indonesian and Malay. These are compressed rice that has been cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaves. These are perfect to dip into the peanut sauce as they absorb the flavour without losing their shape. They are also served together with Gluten-Free Chicken Satays.

Swiss Plum Tart (Zwetschgen-Wähe)

Swiss Plum Tart (Zwetschgen-Wähe)

This plum tart known as Zwetschgen-Wähe in German originated in Switzerland and is typically prepared as thin square slices of sweet tart filled with a custard mixture and halved or sliced plums. The gluten-free pastry comes together easily in a food processor, Thermomix or some energetic elbow grease! The results are a crisp, buttery pastry carrying a simple custard mixture with super sweet plums, flavoured with vanilla and nutmeg.Serve each portion sliced in squares, rectangles or as a hearty pie wedge with fresh cream or vanilla ice cream.

Gluten-Free FISH TACOS

Gluten-Free FISH TACOS

Adding these gluten-free crumbed fish fillets to corn taco shells makes a nice change from the typical Chilli con Carne filling. Each taco shell is loaded with tangy shredded vegetables and crispy fried fish plus drizzled with a Tex-Mex crema dressing.

Rice Paper Rolls with Easy Peanut Satay Sauce

Rice Paper Rolls with Easy Peanut Satay Sauce

Naturally gluten-free, healthy and delicious all year round, rice paper rolls are easy and fun to assemble on your own or with the family. Make them vegan, vegetarian or add your favourite seafood or meat for that extra protein.

Gluten-Free Savoury Biscotti

Gluten-Free Savoury Biscotti

These gluten-free savoury biscotti crackers are full of crunchy nuts, seeds and dried fruit. The flavour is sweet and salty but leaning more towards the savoury side, perfect to accompany soft cheese, pates, relishes or dips.

Gluten-Free Butterscotch Apricot Cake

Gluten-Free Butterscotch Apricot Cake

This recipe makes a delicious and gooey butterscotch cake topped with caramelised seasonable fresh apricots. Make the most of this summer stone fruit in this cake that can be served at morning or afternoon teas or as a warm or chilled dessert with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

Gluten-Free Quiche Lorraine

Gluten-Free Quiche Lorraine

This is a classic French dish using a homemade gluten-free savoury shortcrust pastry and a traditional egg, cream and bacon custard filling. This quiche is perfect to serve either straight from the oven or chilled on a warm day with plenty of fresh salad and a side of Dijon mustard.

Gluten-Free Tabbouleh Salad

Gluten-Free Tabbouleh Salad

This parsley & quinoa-based salad will give you a spoonful of salty, fresh, sweet, peppery, tangy flavours – all in one bite with loads of crunch and nutrition!

Gluten-Free Chicken Tenders

Gluten-Free Chicken Tenders

These chicken tenders are an all-time kids' favourite meal. They can be either shallow-fried, air fried or oven-baked.Using buttermilk and a gluten-free crumbing mixture in mild seasoning, make these chicken tenders irresistible. Serve them with a bowl of homemade honey mustard dipping sauce.

Gluten-Free Meat Skewers

Gluten-Free Meat Skewers

You could say these are BBQ meatballs on a skewer but they have an enormous punch of Middle Eastern flavour, seasoned with a homemade kofta spice blend. They go so well with freshly made flatbreads and yoghurt sauce together with an assortment of salads, especially tabbouleh, a refreshing, vibrant salad.

Gluten-Free Flatbread with Tomato & Harissa Hummus

Gluten-Free Flatbread with Tomato & Harissa Hummus

These super quick-to-make gluten-free flatbreads are easy to make right before serving. They are best eaten the same day as making them, but they are delicious reheated and served whole to accompany curries, casseroles, soups, BBQ meats or cut up in triangles to scoop into dips.The tomato & harissa hummus is lovely & creamy with a nutty-buttery & zingy flavour. Adding the fresh and sun-dried tomatoes gives the hummus some freshness and warm colour. Seasoned with sumac and harissa paste, this hummus is a welcome addition to a mezze sharing platter.

HOLUBTSI (Ukrainian Stuffed Cabbage Rolls)

HOLUBTSI (Ukrainian Stuffed Cabbage Rolls)

This is a hearty Ukrainian comfort dish with seasoned minced meat & rice stuffed in blanched cabbage leaves and slow-cooked in a tangy tomato sauce.This naturally gluten-free meal is a traditional recipe, but feel free to add some extra vegetables and spices like mushrooms, spinach, peas or beans or chillis to lift the flavour to your liking.If you are partial to cheese, add some ricotta and grated mozzarella or a stronger cheese like cheddar to the stuffing.

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