Low Salicylate, Amine and Glutamate (with a Thermomix)
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Hommus and Veg Pizza
Hommus and Veg Pizza
This is what happens when I make a hommus that the kids won't eat because they have deemed it 'too spicy'. (Spicy??? What????) I make them eat it on a pizza. A look in the fridge turned up a container of left-over vegies from the other night. It was diced butternut pumpkin, diced sweet potato, a little garlic (from the first time it was cooked) and sliced asparagus. (It was from a Chicken and Leek Pie filling.)
I have been using this all over the place... and a bit like the Deli Chicken, it has helped save Failsafe cooking all over again. People on the facebook Failsafe pages are talking about it, it has been translated into Thermomix-ese on the "Something From Nothing" page and here's mine.
1 tin Red Kidney Beans, drained and rinsed150g Pear, about 2 large halves1 teaspoon Citric Acid1/4 cup (50g) Brown Sugar1 teaspoon Salt2 medium Carrots*, peeled and roughly chopped 1 stick Celery, roughly chopped4 Spring onions roughly chopped3-4 cloves of garlic1/2 cup WaterMethod: Add all ingredients, except water, to TMX and pulverise on Speed 8 for about 5-8 secondsAdd waterWith MC in, cook for 25minutes, Speed 3, 100ºC Purée by gradually increasing to Speed 9 for about 15 seconds*Moderate Salicylates
Verdict: When I first tasted this I thought.... >.< ewwww!... but then I remembered I'd just ta…
The internet community is amazing, isn't it? I have been a part of special interest forums (infertility, breastfeeding, homebirth, parenting, Thermomix, Failsafe diet) and I love that there's always someone out there with the information you need. This recipe is exactly that. On the 'Beyond Failsafe - Biomedical Treatment for Food Intolerances' facebook group, one person asked for some 'chicken-y school lunch ideas'. Along came Meredith H. with her very simple answer. She soaks chicken in brine, poaches it... and as easy as that you have a very commercial-tasting 'Deli Chicken' with no cruddy ingredients what-so-ever. Her kids call it 'white bacon'... we played around with 'chacon', 'bicken'... and the winner is Real Deli Chicken.
INGREDIENTS: 500+g chicken breast filletsAbout 1/4 cup salt1 Litre Cold Water, METHOD: Dissolve salt in water by stirring wellPut in whole chicken breasts, cover and place in fridge Soak for 2-3…
Mr frillipants' mum gave me this recipe, which really is the easiest-peasiest thing ever.
I am in the habit of making this with most roasts now, whether it's red or white meats, and it tastes so yummy with the meat and roasted veggies. The recipe that I have says cooking time is 40-50 minutes, which is seriously wrong. No idea where they got that? What I normally do is, when I have taken the cooked meat out of the oven to rest, and the veggies are still cooking, I put my 12-hole muffin tray in to start heating up. I've already put a tiny dribble of a failsafe oil into each cup. After a few minutes, I take the hot muffin tray out and, working very quickly, I pour the batter into each cup to about 1/3 full. This will fill all 12 cups, giving the frillipantii 2 each... because we're greedy-gubbinses when it comes to Yorkshire Puddingses.
125g plain flour2 eggs1 tsp salt275g milkMETHOD Put all ingredients into Thermomix and mix on Speed 5 for 5 secondsScrap…