Monthly Archives: April 2015

Almond Cream Cheesecake

This recipe is a little more complicated, as there are 4 layers, but it is all worth it, I promise! The layers are:

  1. The base which is a simple gluten-free pastry that is rolled out and baked in the oven.
  2. Melted carob chocolate which is brushed over the base to seal it, and keep it crisp so the filling doesn’t soak into it after the first day.
  3. The creamy white filling (blanched almonds, soy milk, tofu and other good things.)
  4. The berry jelly topping.

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Three Root Mash

This potato, kumera (sweet potato) and carrot mash gets its flavour from the bay infused soy milk. It is a creamy and flavourful mash that you can use in any meal where you would normally use mashed potato. Complements eggplant oat burgers or tofu zucchini casserole well.

3 root mash before baking
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Eggplant Oat Burgers

This is a great burger which you can keep small and serve as a savoury ball, or make it a bit larger and flatten it out to make a pattie or burger shape. Serve it in a roll with salad, or with marjoram potato mash for dinner. Also great with tomato sauce on pasta. The texture and flavour of the eggplant is the hero in this dish. Continue reading

Potato Pizza!

pot pizza bird's eye

Yes, a pizza base made from potato, naturally gluten-free, and amazingly delicious for anyone. The addition of a little chickpea flour and potato flour to the base of mashed potato holds the dough together well enough to roll out and cut large circles from. Once they are pre-baked for 10-15 mins they are really easy to handle. They also freeze really well.

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Warming Carrot & Kumera Soup

This beautiful looking and delicious tasting soup is easy to make, and with the addition of a few special toppings it makes a satisfying meal. The hint of ginger and lime bring an oriental influence to this classic autumn favourite. Enjoy! Continue reading

Tofu Zucchini Casserole

Zucchinni and scaloppini! What a great season they’ve had this summer. I think we came up with a new way of serving them every third day over the last couple of months to keep them exciting. Here’s one of our old favourites that makes a hearty and warming meal.

This recipe is very easy to execute, once the tofu and zucchini are diced up into nice little cubes 🙂 It’s then just a matter of assembling and baking. Continue reading

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