Tuesday eats: more gluten-free recipes!

My mate Dee Coleman has launched a great recipe share site which has some good gluten-free ideas. You should check it out. (Also check out the link below to gluten-free breakfast joints…and add some of your own in the comments. We’ll get a guide going….)

Two things I like about Cook My Way

1.the recipes only call for a couple of ingredients and are listed loosely (in handfuls, splashes)

2.the culture of the site is very cute – Dee invites a few people over to her house every Monday and cooks up a big meal which they eat while brainstorming ideas for the site.

Dee’s website is for everyone to post and share their recipes. Here’s some gluten free ones.

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Gluten-free seeded bread

3 cups of gluten-free flour
1 tspn bicarb soda
1 tspn salt
1 cup sunflower seeds
1 cup sesame seeds
1/2 cup poppy seeds
600 mls butter milk
3 tspns honey

  • Sift flour and add all dry ingredients into a large bowl
  • Fill loaf tin with mixture, making sure it is all compressed and there are no holes
  • Bake at 180 degrees for 40-50 minutes, depending on oven strength. Keep watching and testing with a cake tester to ensure it is baked to perfection!

Blackbean pasta, with tuna, feta and tomatoes

This recipe tastes amazing using other gluten-free pastas(rice, corn etc, not blackbean) and Danish feta.The creaminess of the feta melts in the hot pasta and creates a type of sauce.

Blackbean of other gluten-free pasta
Danish feta
Canned tuna in olive oil
Grape tomatoes
Salt and pepper

  • boil pasta according to packet instructions. While it’s cooking, crumble the feta, slice the tomatoes in half and drain the tuna – leaving about 80% of the oil for use.
  • Once the pasta is cooked, place in bowl and add fresh ingredients as above. Add all remaining oil from tuna.
  • Toss together, season with salt and pepper, and eat!

Aimee, who has some great recipes on the website, has also sourced some of the best places for a gluten free breakfast in Sydney.

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