It can sometimes be hard to find a bean ‘n bacon soup that isn’t tomatoe-y. This one allows the wonderfully creamy flavour of the beans to shine through. It’s just the thing for a dreary, misty, autumnal day.
One way to make a cake special is to add your own marzipan. Making your own organic marzipan is easy and fun and the end-product tastes just great. The only problem is in it lasting long enough to get onto the cake for which it was intended!
175g organic caster sugar - organic caster sugar has a golden colour that adds to the appeal of the marzipan.
280g icing sugar , sifted, plus extra for kneading and rolling out.
450g organic ground almonds - don’t forget that ground almonds are a really useful ingredient in gluten-free cooking.
seeds scraped from 1 vanilla pod (or a couple of drops of vanilla extract).
As with many vegetable curries, this is a good recipe for using all the left-over veg in the cupboard – the bits that you don’t really have enough of to make a meal. Using lots of veg bits and rice makes this a very economical end-of-the-week dish, and would also suit students.
As a variation, you could add lentils to the dish.
This is easy to make if you have a food processor, but really tricky by hand. By making your own, you can ring the changes – more lemon sometimes, or add garlic. A little paprika, a couple of tablespoons of ketchup ,and you have a Thousand Island dressing!
Sometimes, you want a substantial salad – and traditional salad crops just aren’t filling enough. This is where the bean salad comes into play. Bean salads are a great way to eat beans – a rich source of soluble fibre, low in fat and cholesterol and packed with vitamins and protein.
It is possible to make a really tasty bean salad in about two minutes.
A gluten free take on the ever popular Panettone from our friends at Orgran Ingredients 1⅓ cups & ¼ cup warm water (400ml) 60 g softened butter or margarine 2 cups maize corn flour (290g) ½ cup rice flour (85g) ⅔ cup Orgran GFG (100g) 2 tbs. caster sugar 1 tsp. salt (4g) 2 large […] Read more...
Start to cook with wholefoods
One of the best ways to get into wholefoods is to start cooking and preparing your own meals at home, is one of great for your health and your wealth. It will taste better and ensures that you know what ingredients are in your food, and cooking is fun! Start out with a simple recipe Read more...
Egg-free baking is possible
Orgran No Egg contains no cholesterol, no lactose and no egg! It can be used in cakes, meringues or to make egg free mayonnaise. It is also great as a pantry fill as each packet has the equivalent of 66 eggs. You’ll never run out of eggs again! Read more...