By Michelle Shearer When times are tight this is home made bread (big batch recipe!) is very handy recipe to have up your sleeve. Bread from the supermarket just is not cheap especially if you want to buy something out of the ordinary like a light rye etc. You do not need any kind of […]
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Ingredients 4 tablespoons chia seeds in 16 tablespoons of water until the seeds go gelatinous 4 overripe bananas, mashed 2.5 cups your choice milk e.g. nut/soy/coconut etc 5 cups heavy flour e.g. rye/buckwheat 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon cinnamon Method After you have soaked your chia seeds and they have gone all gooey […]
Recipe by Tara Summergreene Words by Michelle Shearer Who doesn’t need a good chicken soup up their arsenal? A lovely slow cooker jobby to bung on during the day, dinner done when you need it done. God bless the slow cooker. Ingredients Serves 2 families of 4 1-1.5kg chicken on the bone, thighs are best […]
Recipe from the Shire MamaBakers This one apparently is quite the fave with the SutherlandShire MamaBakers. Curries are great MamaBake swapping fare. It can go a long way and can be bulked out, if necessary with more vegetables to go even further. Serves 16 12 tablespoons olive oil 12 tablespoons butter 8 large onions, chopped 24 tablespoons […]