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An indispensable everyday recipe book for people with Coeliac disease and other gluten intolerance. The Gluten-Free Cookbook proves that eating can still be one of life's great pleasures, even when you have to cut out wheat, rye and barley - enjoy over 230 recipes that are gluten-free and delicious. Each recipe has been carefully tested and includes a full nutritional breakdown so you can enjoy a diet that is healthy and balanced without compromising on flavor. Also features a full guide to gluten-containing foods with a list of gluten-free alternatives, creative ideas on store cupboard essentials and advice on how to tackle dinner parties and eating out. Plus step by steps on gluten-free baking help you to bake perfect bread and cakes, work with pastry and make your own pasta. The Gluten-Free Cookbook includes everything you need to have a delicious and varied diet while staying gluten-free and healthy.

  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd.; 1 edition (Dec 23 2014)
  • ISBN: 9781465434500

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Mushroom and Ham Pasta
We are big pasta eaters in this house, I married Italian after all. I saw the recipe for mushroom and ham pasta and couldn't resist. The hubby gave it the ok too. I'm glad he did too, it is not anything I have had before and was pleasantly surprised. It was delicious!
It was easy to make, a lot easier than I thought. The instructions are so clear and easy to use. Plus there is little tips they gave to make it a little better. For instance, this dish had me cut up mushrooms but also grate them into the pan when cooking. That was a technique I was unfamiliar with, but am going to continue with in the future. It gives more flavor when grated.
I am so happy with this book and cannot wait to try another recipe. Banoffee Pie, to be exact. I think lots of you would love this book too, so be sure to get a copy!


5/5


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  1. I know someone who could really use this.

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  2. These Gluten Free cookbooks are really becoming popular. Glad u liked this one Freda.

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  3. ooo, thanks for the mushroom grating tip. we love pasta too ;-)

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