Go Gluten Free with Jax - Currys
I was going to allow free downloads, however have decided to ask a small amount and donate this to the Coeliac UK Read more...
I was going to allow free downloads, however have decided to ask a small amount and donate this to the Coeliac UK
Please note, I am based in the UK, so will be using UK measurements throughout. I also am not an original cook, so most of my recipes have come from a recipe book originally. When I know which one I got it from, I will acknowledge this.
Gluten Free Malaysian Prawn and Pineapple Curry
Gluten Free Thai Green Pumpkin Curry with Okra
Gluten Free Chicken Biryani
Gluten Free Lemony Dahl
Gluten Free Chicken and Vegetable Curry
Low Fat Gluten Free Spicy Chips
Gluten Free Keema Curry
Gluten Free Potato and Pea Curry
Gluten Free Malaysian Prawn and Pineapple CurryThis is one of my favourite recipes, is easy and versatile. It is easily made gluten free. This is adapted from a recipe from Fresh Fruit and Desserts, Readers Digest's East well Live Well range. Not sure it is in print anymore however I am sure you can get this book second hand.
Gluten Free Thai Green Pumpkin Curry with Okrai love this recipe as it is easy to prepare and cook and tastes delicous. It is also lower fat and relatively healthy. I regularly freeze excess pumpkin ready prepared so i can just make this quickly. I have overcooked the pumpkin slightly in the picture. This doesn't actually make it less delicious. Red curry paste works just as well. This is adapted from a weight watchers recipe from the book "The time to eat" by Sian Davies. I am not sure if this book is in print still, however has some delicous recipes in it.
Gluten Free Chicken BiryaniThis is a recipe which comes from a small book called "low fat cookbook". it was given to me as a present by a friend and I decided to cook all the recipes. This has since become a firm favourite and has been made many many times. It is easy, freezes (although loses some of it's texture).
Gluten Free Lemony DahlThis is another recipe from "Low-Fat Cookbook". I love it as it is easy, cheap and freezes well. It is also healthy and full of protein. I threw some purple basil leaves in, which is what the black bits are, however it didn't really work.
Gluten Free Chicken and Vegetable CurryThis is another firm favourite of mine from WeightWatchers "The time to eat" cookbook. The cook book looks a bit battered from use now! It freezes well and I divide it into portions and freeze.
Low Fat Gluten Free Spicy ChipsThis is my own recipe, although it is loosely based on a Weight Watchers version. Being strictly gluten free limits the choice of chips as chippies generally cook chips in the same oil as wheat based products. In addition, many oven chips are coated with flavourings which contain wheat. I got fed up with this and tried making my own chips. I think these are a little bit of an acquired taste, however an easily acquired one! I now love them and do this regularly. If you love fish and chips and are strictly gluten free, you could check out the Facebook page "Gluten Free fish and chips in the UK" group as they have a list of safe places to eat. Nando's is also great as they use separate oil for chips
Gluten Free Keema CurryI have used this recipe a lot over the years, however I had forgotten it for a while. It is simple, quick and delicious. You can add more curry powder to taste. Curry powder should not contain wheat in theory, however do check the label as some spice mixes do contain it.
Gluten Free Potato and Pea Curryi have cooked this recipe a lot, including several times for my church bring and share meal when i have scaled it up 2 or 3 times. It stores well, although the spices combine with the potato over time and it loses it's heat. This is from "Low -Fat Cookbook" which was given to me as a gift and I made all the recipes in it in one year. Some i liked, some i didn't like. This one stuck.
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This is one of a series of cook books helping people to understand how simple it is to cook gluten free. Soups are great. i remember someone telling me that soups were "empty", however not the soups i make. I would particularly recommend left overs soup as a really cheap and exciting dish. I make it regularly and take it into work for my lunch. Usually full of nourishment and fibre and costing pennies.
Many people think that cooking gluten free is complicated, expensive and needs a lot of special ingredients, however a lot of food is naturally gluten free and inexpensive. This recipe book is a collection of these recipes that I have tried and loved. You still need to be careful not to accidentally contaminate gluten free food with gluten if you, or the person you are cooking for are strictly gluten free, however no need for any special ingredients.
I became strictly gluten free in September 2016 and am "Presumed Coeliac". My friends have asked me to make a recipe book so people know what to cook for me and other people who are gluten free. I like curries, so cook these a lot, hence why it is the first recipe book to be published. I was going to allow free downloads, however have decided to ask a small amount and donate this to the Coeliac UK Please note, I am based in the UK, so will be using UK measurements throughout. I also am not an original cook, so most of my recipes have come from a recipe book originally. When I know which one I got it from, I will acknowledge this.