Gluten and grain free bread rolls

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I’m not gluten free or even much of bread eater but I do love these gluten and grain free bread rolls in the Everyday Cooking for Thermomix Families TM5 cookbook.

You need 300g of raw almonds for this recipe but my group leader gave me a great tip. Her son is gluten free and absolutely loves these bread rolls! One day she didn’t have enough almonds so she used half almonds and half pumpkin seeds and they still came out great! She’s even successfully tried the recipe with a mix of sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds to make it nut free 🙂

The recipe doesn’t require a lot of ingredients but one of them is gluten free baking powder. You can make your own gluten free baking powder using the recipe in the Basic Cookbook.

The dough is made in 5 quick steps and then ready to form into rolls. It is a sticky dough but very easy to work with. The recipe says it makes 12 portions but I’ve made 16 rolls that were still a decent size. And if you have any leftover rolls you can store them in the freezer.

Contact your consultant to get your copy of the Everyday Cooking for Thermomix Families TM5 cookbook and recipe chip or buy the combo online here.

Pulled pork sliders

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After making Nico Moretti’s Bourbon Ribs I had leftover bourbon glaze to use. I came across this recipe on the Recipe Community for BBQ Pulled Pork which called for the leftover glaze. Perfect!

I had some buttermilk after making my own butter so I decided to make the soft butter rolls from the Basic Cookbook. Add the leftover coleslaw from ribs night last night and voilà yummy little pulled pork sliders and zero wastage 😉

Get the recipe for the BBQ Pulled Pork here.
Get Nico Moretti’s Bourbon Ribs recipe here.
And don’t forget to get your tickets to Nico’s cooking classes in August here.