Your very best recipe

Post them up and every so often I'll snaffle them and put them on the blog, if that's okay? It'll save you the trouble of emailing them to me. (It will mean you lose out on our charming personal interaction but I sense you can live with that.)

Re: Your very best recipe

Postby junglewonderland » 08 Nov 2013, 12:51

Ingredients for coconut curry lentils on the shopping list.

Gizmo, I've pm'ed you too!
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby Gizmo » 09 Nov 2013, 12:55

Sent. If anyone else wants the recipe book just pm me your email address. It's got starters, mains, snacks, desserts, all kinds. It's designed for sorting out endometriosis (it worked) but the recipes in it are great.
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby mamapup » 22 Nov 2013, 14:53

Gizmo, those aubergines were amazing. Thanks for that. I'm gonna PM you too if that's ok.
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby Gizmo » 22 Nov 2013, 14:55

No probs. Glad you liked them. They are definitely one of my favourites.
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby felizefun » 22 Nov 2013, 16:58

I meant to come back to this thread. I agree with MP, the aubergines came out amazingly. DH devoured all of them! Thanks, Gizmo.
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby bydash » 16 Jul 2014, 04:02

Just try this recipe you will forget everything

Cajun Chicken Soup
8 c. water
1 T. dried basil
1 t. garlic salt
1 t. Louisiana Hot Sauce
14 oz. canned diced tomatoes
12 oz. chicken breast, cooked and cubed
1/2 lb. smoked sausage, sliced
1 T. Cajun seasoning, see recipe below
3 T. cornmeal, uncooked
Homemade noodles

1. In a large stockpot, combine all ingredients, except cornmeal and homemade noodles. Simmer, uncovered, for an hour.
2. Add in cornmeal, cook until thickened.
3. Make the noodle dough, slice into 1/2″ squares, cook in soup for 5 minutes or until tender.
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby emzit » 16 Jul 2014, 09:37

Gizmo, I've just seen this pop up again and that you have a recipe book for endo - do you mind sending it to me as well if I PM you? My sister has pretty severe endo and will be potentially trying for a kid soon so I'd like to pass it on...
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby Shazerina » 03 Aug 2014, 08:36

I love the sound of the slow cooker oats/porridge. But I had never heard of steel cut oats before. Looking them up online, they have been described as Irish oats... Being in Ireland, does this mean I just buy a bag of porridge oats? Another website said they are known as pinhead oats in the UK.
Could someone post me a pic of some raw steel cut oats please? Thanks!
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby LucyLastic » 03 Aug 2014, 12:18

Impossible to pick a favourite but a recent winner was this which took about ten minutes to make. I didn't bother with the dill as I don't like it, but I chucked in a few handfuls of spinach and served it with panfried crumbs and pumpkin seeds. Tastier than the sum of its parts :-)
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby EnigmaFish » 03 Aug 2014, 17:36

Shazerina wrote:I love the sound of the slow cooker oats/porridge. But I had never heard of steel cut oats before. Looking them up online, they have been described as Irish oats... Being in Ireland, does this mean I just buy a bag of porridge oats? Another website said they are known as pinhead oats in the UK.
Could someone post me a pic of some raw steel cut oats please? Thanks!


I'm in Ireland as well, and I've definitely seen pinhead oats for sale in tesco. D'you have a tesco near you, so you could go look at the packaging and see what's different? To be honest, I never really paid that much attention. I've never bought them, either.
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby Turtle'sMammy » 03 Aug 2014, 18:25

Flahavans is steel cut. Pinhead too. http://www.flahavans.com/oats/oat-milling-process/29
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby junglewonderland » 10 Mar 2016, 05:17

I finally made Gizmo's mung bean and cottage pie. Amazing! A bit fiddly but it was worth it, there is enough for about 4 meals there!
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby Cumberbatch » 08 Apr 2016, 04:59

Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe. Please tell me if I can make it in my pressure cooker. Thank you!
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby StJuniper » 08 Apr 2016, 11:44

I assume you mean all the recipes in this thread. Yes, please, load all listed ingredients into your pressure cooker and tell us what happens.
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Re: Your very best recipe

Postby SusanMcGee » 21 Jul 2016, 11:52

Juice Blend Mango Smoothie

1 large mango diced and chilled
1 banana
1/2 cup of yogurt
1 cup of orange juice
6 ice cubes

Blend the orange juice, yogurt and banana till well mixed. Next add the ice cubes and mango and continue blending till mango is mixed in. Enjoy or chill if desired.This is my favorite juicer recipe. And obviously i make it my 'K***Who*e S*** Juicer'.This one is also favorite juicer.Once i found a nice review of it in here http://j***lab.com/'K***Who*e%20S***%20Juicer'-review-found-best-juicer-finally/
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