_There is something about bread isn't there?! That thing, apart from it being tasty and satisfing, is that its is literally an addictive substance, grains, especially gluten containing grains, have opioid like substances that affect the brain like a drug.
I honestly feel betteroverall nopt eating any bread, even gluten free, howver I bake the occaisonal loaf, mmaybe once or twice a month. This loaf unike store bought loaves tastes fresh and has no chemicals! Look at he ingredienst list of commercially made gluten free bread (any breda actually) and it is full of chemcialc to preserve it for shelf life. I can taste them, its gross. This recipe is adapted from Cyndi O’Meara, from the Thermomix Gluten Free Cookbook.
This is an amalgamation of recipes from various chefs and cookbooks that works well for my tastes. The curry and chutney are different every time depending on the veg I use and also the amount of spices I use. I usually go by feel with spice amounts however I have estimated what I usually use for recipe purposes, tried it tonight and it was sensational! I hope you love it too!
_My Mum proudly made 4 things in her new Thermomix last night and made the most of using the residue of one thing to enhance the next. She made hummus, and instead of rinsing the bowl, she used the leftovers to enhance her salad dressing. She then made garlic butter and used the residue to saute her onions and garlic for her pasta sauce. When not using her Thermomix, she would not only have rinsed away part of her dip and butter causing wastage, she would have needed to clean 2 extra dishes!
_Risotto tends to be one of those things you make way too much of and it does not reheat well on the stove or in the Thermomix. You can nuke it in the microwave if you want, however I don't own one and I dislike the concept. You can reheat in a baking dish in the oven of course, however to make a different meal I love making patties.
500g pumpkin & 1 large parsnip chopped into approx 2-3cm pieces
Half a leek, cut into appox 5 cm pieces
Half a large onion, halved
20-30g olive oil
1-2 garlic cloves
1 heaped Tbs stock concentrate
cracked pepper, tamari, nutmeg
_Welcome to my recipe collection
__ Some tweaked, some created. These are recipes in my real world using fresh, seasonal ingredients, whatever is left in the fridge, being creative with leftovers and multi-tasking with the Thermomix, oven, stove and slow cooker. My recipes are all gluten-free and mostly dairy free.