These are delicious, can be made gluten free, and are a good option for low-junk and restricted carb diets.
This delicious, healthy homemade ketchup has a spicy kick of jalapeños.
This spicy relish has a real kick of jalapeños, and you can adjust the quantity to your taste. It’s perfect for burgers where the robust flavour of beef balances the heat of the relish, or for those who like spicy food, serve with breakfast, hash browns, fingers of fried bread, or strong cheese. This recipe makes about 800 grammes of relish.
This ginger tea is a delicious and healthy cleansing drink that doesn’t taste healthy. You can make it directly in a flask as long as it has a strainer for later. Continue reading “Ginger and Lemon Tea”
This delicious relish has lots of apple and a medium-sweet flavour and a warm aroma of cloves. Serve it on fried bread, full Irish breakfast, over hash browns and fried eggs, on burgers with cheese and bacon, on toast with home cooked ham or with a cheeseboard and oat crackers. This recipe makes about 2 kilogrammes so you won’t be stuck for relish for some time. If you follow the pasteurisation step it will keep, frozen for a year or in the fridge for a few months until opened. Continue reading “Sweet Relish”
This sweet oat bread combines coconut, almonds, raisins and apple in a delicious light oat based brack ideal for serving with tea as a healthy alternative to cakes and biscuits, and it’s fully made within an hour. You can also double the quantity and use a large round tin for more people. Continue reading “Sweetened Oat Bread”