GF/Diabetes-friendly Christmas treats

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Re: GF/Diabetes-friendly Christmas treats

Postby mamapup » 11 Nov 2015, 19:52

I thought that until I was made to try them a few years ago and discovered they are actually delicious.
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Re: GF/Diabetes-friendly Christmas treats

Postby Brigitte » 12 Nov 2015, 05:34

Lily wrote:Also, mushy peas aren't the same thing as overcooked peas! They're made using a type of dried split peas which naturally go mushy when cooked, a bit like lentils in dal.

Interesting! That doesn't sound so bad. However, the Nigella recipe I'm talking about specifically calls for frozen or fresh green peas and says to cook them a few minutes longer than one normally would. Sorry to continue the tangent :)
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