vegetarian shepherd’s pie

This is another old New Zealand favourite from Alison Holst’s Meals Without Meat. I have adapted it to make it tyramine free and I still really enjoyed it.  It takes a bit of time so it’s not a recipe you can leave to the last minute.  Ingredients Topping 3 medium potatoes (it is tasty to…

green eggs

After making all that pea pesto it got me thinking – how can I use the pesto in a breakfast? So if you have some pea pesto left over this is a great way to use it up.  Green eggs are so easy to make, you just need a ramekin or small single pie dish. Ingredients …

pea pesto pasta

When I was looking around the internet the other day I saw this great recipe for a pea pesto, and as I am really into peas right now I thought I would give it a go. pea pesto put all ingredients in the food processor 1 cup of fresh podded peas or frozen peas (pour…

ginger crunch

This is an old New Zealand favourite that I have been making for years. I have changed it a bit so it is easier to make and if you want to you can make it pink for parties too. I have made this recipe many times with different gluten-free flours and every time it has…

roast vegies and chicken

Who doesn’t like a roast in the middle of winter. Here is a very simple and easy one. You can add sweet potato and beetroot if you like, I usually do, just not tonight. Ingredents  (for two people) 2 potatoes (pain with dirt on) washed and cubed (I leave skin on) 1 wedge of pumpkin…

cornmeal waffles

I am right into cooking waffles now that I have got started. These are just as easy as the plain waffles to mix up but are gluten free, very tasty and crisp. 1 cup of cornflour 1/2 cup of rice flour 2 teaspoons of baking powder 1/2 teaspoon of salt 2 large eggs 1 1/2…