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13 reviews

My family love this creamy bacon pasta and its a great quick meal. Serve with grated Parmesan and salad.

Recipe by: Sarah W. Lennox

8 reviews

You classic chicken parm, easy to make and always a pleaser! We like to serve it with some pasta and broccoli.

Recipe by: Janet Mitchell

42 reviews

A non-alchoholic spin, kid friendly on the classic chocolate balls or truffles. These are always a yummy hit.

Recipe by: B.B.

28 reviews

Indian food is one of my favourites, so when my friend made this slow cooker version for my family we were head over heels! I don't think I've had a Butter Chicken that I've liked more. It's wonderful to put into the slow cooker in the morning and come home to the warm Indian spice smell....LOVE IT! Serve with basmati rice and warm naan bread.

Recipe by: The Meal Planner

15 reviews

My mum has been making these sausage rolls for years and always gets compliments. I have added onion, carrot, bread crumbs and bbq sauce but they are even easier and great without!

Recipe by: AngieW

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This bread machine recipe makes a gluten-free white bread with honey and buttermilk. Xanthan gum and the flours are available in most supermarkets and health food shops.

Recipe by: Aaron Atkinson

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I've been practising with gluten-free bread for a long time and had many disasters. I've finally produced a recipe that seems to work well with various gluten-free flours. Please note it is not yeast-free. The loaf I usually cook is made from gluten-free flours available from the supermarket but if you have access to other flours then go ahead and use them too. I have had successes with combinations of potato flour, tapioca, besan (chick pea) flour, mealy maize and white rice flour. Please note you must be very accurate with the measurements for bread-making. All ingredients measured in spoonfuls are level metric spoonfuls. Tempting as it might be, don't let the loaf rise too much before baking. Otherwise it can collapse in the centre. As with all gluten-free breads it is better to cut the loaf into slices and freeze the slices in smaller lots, wrapped in cling film. Gluten-free breads don't stay fresh for long.

Recipe by: jeanmor

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This cornbread recipe uses no flour or sugar, only polenta, buttermilk, butter, egg and oil, making it gluten free and basic. Cooked right in the frying pan.

Recipe by: Stacy C.