While I love creating my own recipes, I thought it would also be good to share other recipes I have tried and really enjoyed. To make this list I have to have made them several times!
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Great comfort food dish
If you don't have a food processor don't worry a mandolin or sharp knife will work equally well.
Coconut oil works equally well as the olive oil.
Next time I think I will add a bit of garlic.
I do not worry about cooking with foil - and do find it cooks quicker in my oven than the recommended cook time.
This makes a great change from sweet potato, or baked/boiled pumpkin
A good way to get broth into diet
I have made it with basil when no sage, red onion instead of white onion and generally use a brown mushroom
Reheats well. I have reheated it with added kale for breakfast and some protein on the side.
Finding exciting beverages can be a challenge - but this one is a great thirst quencher with some mineral water
You do need to be planning several days ahead if wanting it for a specific occasion as it does need to 'brew'
Just wish I had discovered the recipe at the beginning of peaches season instead of the end!
I often make cauliflower rice on the stove top. However, the other day I needed to be free from the stove top and went on the hunt for an oven version. This recipe certainly fitted the bill.
Cauliflower rice is a great way to get a lot of vege in with pleasure.
Oh my goodness me, these AIP ANZAC biscuits are incredibly good! And I wont be waiting a full year to make them again (but they will be a treat as tigernuts are quite expensive here in Australia)
Here are the changes I made to the recipe:
I made 1.5 x the recipe as it used up all the tiger nuts and flour I had (I will do this again as or even double it as it will make two trays of biscuit)
I didn't have sliced tigernuts so I put my whole ones in the coffee grinder to reduce size.
I used a combination of shredded and desiccated coconut plus the recommended coconut flakes (this worked fine)