Gluten Free Savoury recipes Category
(This post contains sponsored products) This recipe is lactovegetarian (contains goats milk and cow’s milk) but dairy can be substituted for dairy-free. Gluten-free, egg-free, wheat-free, nut-free. The base used is lactose-free. As my husband bit into my gluten-free vegetarian pizza, he said, and I quote: “I’ve eaten a few pizzas in my life, but this […]
This recipe is lactovegetarian (contains goats milk), gluten-free, egg-free, wheat-free, nut-free. The wraps used are lactose-free. Goats milk is often well tolerated by people who are sensitive to lactose. Gluten-free wraps served hot or cold -just as good! In the Northern Hemisphere, summer is fast approaching, and in the Southern Hemisphere, it is coming to an […]
Bruschetta with a fresh twist! Sure, there’s nothing wrong with a good old sandwich. But don’t you sometimes get tired of that same old cheese and ham squeezed between two sorry slices of plain bread? I sure do.. -And that’s why the heavens gave us bruschetta: a crispy, flavourful, fresh open sandwich, with no other […]
This recipe is gluten-free, tomato-free, egg-free, sugar-free, nut-free, low acid/GERD-friendly, and can be made dairy-free, low-FODMAP/Fructose-friendly Who doesn’t love lasagne?! I’m totally lasagne crazy. Nuts, in fact, about this hot-from-the-oven, multi-layered, moist and cheesy pasta dish which never, ever fails to satisfy! Growing up, lasagne was a bit of a treat. My mum would only […]
A taste of French summers.. As a child, France was my second home. My auntie, uncle and cousins are from the south of France, and my childhood summers consisted of long, sweaty road trips through Europe, and memorable, extended visits in their Catalan village home. I vividly remember the taste of fresh baguettes with cheese, on […]
No-tomato, no problem! Growing up (and to this day) my mum’s spaghetti Bolognese is my number one dinner treat. In our family we’ve always had the tradition that we can choose any dinner on our birthday, and my mum will cook it. Where other family members would choose fillét mignon’s and lobster, I choose my […]
This is an incredibly simple and amazingly delicious dish! Did you know that cabbage is one of the most nutritious and least allergy-provoking vegetables around? It’s also a mere myth that cabbage will bloat you and deem you to social seclusion for at least 24 hours after a meal. Not true! You have to boil it […]
I’m in absolute LOVE with Pad Thai at the moment. I straight out crave it! Forget takeaway; pad thai has become my go-to for lazy movie nights in. It’s fresh, healthy, full of flavour and colour, and with my 10-minute recipe it’s also quick and easy!
Cooking just doesn’t get any easier than this! When you’re craving a quick and easy dinner that still satisfies the hunger, and you just don’t want to go shopping: try this yummy gluten-free pasta salad with tuna and yoghurt! It’s a winner!
The most popular recipe on The Gluten Free Lifesaver last year also reached a whopping Number One ranking for Google AU. I just want to take this opportunity to thank you for the awesome support, and I thought I’d show all you hoisin-fans some love by revamping your favourite post!
I know what you’re thinking: “I miss proper bread!” Bread is the number one item on most coeliac’s list of things they most miss. A soft, high-rising slice of sandwich bread that doesn’t crumble into oblivion, needn’t be stored in the freezer, and can be eaten without resuscitation by toaster! In the years I’ve run […]
A feast of flavour and colour! The best companion to our delicious Norwegian Christmas Meatballs which were posted on the blog two days ago, is a generous serving of crisp and flavourful sautéed brussels sprouts with almonds and berries. Such a firework of colour and flavour, and perfectly in tune with the Christmas spirit with its […]
A Holiday Classic! Mmm.. these meatballs are seriously juicy and tasty!
Lamb is delicious all year round, but now that autumn is well and truly upon us in the Northern hemisphere, we do appreciate a hot roast even more! This wonderful roast lamb shoulder is slow cooked in the oven in order to really lure out all the yummy flavours. The meat is so tender […]
“The perfect lover is one who turns into a pizza at 4:00 am.” -Charles Pierce …Alternatively, you can make your own pizza at 4:00 am. Or any other time for that matter! What’s stopping you if you’ve got a pack of good ready-made gluten-free pizza bases in the freezer?
Nothing beats fresh pasta. However fantastic the dry stuff is, it just doesn’t come close.
A goodie but a nastie.. Food glorious food. We want it to smell nice, look good and last long.. but what’s the trade-off for this aesthetic perfection?
I get so many questions about how to mix your own gluten free flour, and most people certainly think it’s a difficult thing to learn.
Well, not world-famous just yet perhaps. But I’m pretty sure they will be after today! Forget Chicken Nuggets – These are decidedly better (not to mention healthier)!
Feel like sushi, but can’t get safe fresh-but-previously-frozen-yet-yummy fish just like that? I sincerely and wholeheartedly recommend making these insanely delicious Hoisin Chicken Maki Rolls! In this post, you’ll find step-by-step preparation, great links, and a video tutorial for maki rolling!
I just loove hoisin sauce! Not much beats crispy duck rolls with a saucy hoisin wrapped around it like a velvety blanket of deliciousness! If only all hoisin was gluten free.. .. actually, I take that back. -If only all hoisin was as delicious as this Gluten Free one! It’s perfect!
At 00.50 tonight my parents will be touching down on Australian soil for the first time ever. They’re mid-air as we speak, and no doubt dreaming of sunny days and never-ending beaches in the magical land of Oz.
I woke up completely stressed out this morning, hair in a frenzy and with flustered cheeks. I must have had out-loud heated gibberish discussions all night, as I found myself utterly exhausted and frustrated when I finally woke up.
A roast chicken to warm your cockles I believe I mentioned a bit of rain in my last post. Little did I know. Queensland is now flooded, leaving families without homes and some without their loved ones. We have been indoors for three days, staying at a safe distance from flying debris and the likes. […]
“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language, and next year’s words await another voice.” – T.S Eliot Each New Year’s Eve I seem to find myself in a remarkably different place or situation than I could have possibly foreseen the year before.