This vibrantly coloured red slaw has it all going on, with a lovely variation of textures and flavours. The ideal side to enjoy with barbecued meat/fish/veggies, homemade quiche, cold cuts (and hot buttered new potatoes – yum!), freshly cut sandwiches, tasty toasties and so much more.
Here’s a lovely easy recipe for gluten free potato cakes. I tend to make potato cakes when I have a little bit of mashed potato leftover and would normally just add enough gluten free flour to the cold mash until it feels right. But as I’m now sharing the recipe with you, I did have a little hunt for a ‘proper’ recipe as my vagueness around quantities would be rather unhelpful.
Revised 7th August 2021
I first learnt how to make lemon curd in a home economics class at school (a long time ago, although it really doesn’t feel like it). Much to my delight, when I took it home, it was a huge hit with my mum and grandparents. And for a while, my family got slightly bombarded with jars of lemon curd.
I wanted to share this recipe for dauphinoise potatoes with you as they are delicious, naturally gluten free and super easy to make.
If you’ve never had a bash at making dauphinoise potatoes I recommend you do. You won’t regret it as they really are tremendous. They’re the perfect creamy potato dish to enjoy with a roast!