I love a good burger… who doesn’t? I always make my own patties, and this Low Fodmap Beef Burger is a great addition to my burger collection.
Low Fodmap Tzatziki
I simply adore Greek food and this Low Fodmap Tzatziki is an absolute keeper. Being born in Italy and having spent all my childhood summer holidays in Sicily, Mediterranean food tastes like home to me. It’s simple, with few ingredients and straightforward flavours, just the way I like it.
The other day I just felt like having a small sweet treat with my tea. Since starting the low fodmap diet, grabbing a cookie from the pantry has become practically impossible (as I can’t usually stop at one anyway). And, that’s when it hit me: meringues are naturally low fodmap, dairy-free and gluten-free, so they…
Low Fodmap Taco Seasoning
Today I am going to share with you how to make Low Fodmap Taco Seasoning. Such an easy, yet useful recipe!
How to Cook Quinoa
I have only recently discovered Quinoa, but I love it. Even though it has become a thing only in recent years, it is actually a very ancient seed. In fact, the cultivation of Quinoa for human consumption dates back at least 3000 years in the Andean region of South America!
Low Fodmap Wonton Soup
I am so happy to share this Low Fodmap Wonton Soup with you today! It is such a comforting dish. One of those dishes that make your soul sing.
Low Fodmap Pork Wontons
Today I will show you how to make some delicious Low Fodmap Pork Wontons. I have discovered wontons late in life (way too late) and after getting hooked to them, I was diagnosed with IBS.
Traditional Dulce de Leche
I am so happy about sharing today’s recipe: Traditional Dulce de Leche! If you know me, you will know that I love Nutella. Every Italian child grows up eating bread and Nutella, just like every Australian child grows up eating vegemite sandwiches and American children eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
Low Fodmap Chicken Stock
When following the low fodmap diet, you realise that there are so many things you used to buy ready-made at the store that you just can’t have anymore. Stock is often one of them, as it generally contains garlic and/or onion.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge
I love fudge, but since going lactose-free, it has been a bit difficult to find a good recipe for it. The one I used to make all the time is amazing, but it’s made with condensed milk, which has become a no-no for me.
After sharing with you the recipe for the perfect White Sandwich Bread, I am back with a homemade Jam recipe that would go really well with that bread, especially if toasted: Kumquat Jam.
White Sandwich Bread
I absolutely adore homemade bread and I try and bake some as often as I can. My go-to bread recipe is this easy to make Ciabatta, as I love bread with a crunchy top. However, I also like homemade sandwich bread. I find it much easier to digest than store-bought ones.
These Almond Pralines are addictive. Believe me, you may not be able to stop eating them! In Italy, when I was little, they were sold by street vendors during Christmas time, or at local fêtes and markets.
Japanese Pickled Ginger
If you follow my site, you will know I LOVE Japan. I love the country, its people, and obviously its food! I must admit that I have discovered Japanese food only in recent years, but it was love at first bite. I adore sushi and sashimi, and everything that comes with it – wasabi and…
Olive Oil Snail Bread Rolls
Today I am sharing with you a very simple recipe for bread: Olive Oil Snail Bread Rolls. I love baking bread. It’s actually one of the things I like to do the most.
Chocolate Hazelnut Milk
As a child, my favourite breakfast drink would always be cold milk with chocolate/cocoa powder in it. But it had to be cold… or nothing. My favourite treat would be anything with Nutella, and, you guessed it, my favourite nut has always been hazelnut. So, when I saw this Chocolate Hazelnut Milk, I could not…
I have a confession to make: my fridge is full of little home-made jam jars like this Papaya Jam. In fact, I like to have different jams available at all times, especially for breakfast. I don’t eat much of it, but I like to have options.
Since moving to Australia I have fallen in love with mangoes. I had eaten them already during holidays outside of Europe (Indian mangoes are amazing!), but mangoes in Italy are… well… pretty tasteless.
Fig Vanilla Jam
Today I will share with you the recipe for a deliciously sweet Fig Vanilla Jam. Having grown up in Italy, I have been really spoilt when it comes to sweet ripe seasonal fruits.
Home-made Vegan Nutella #WorldNutellaDay
Happy World Nutella Day everyone! If you follow Manu’s Menu more or less regularly, you will know that I LOVE Nutella. I grew up eating it in Italy (yes, it is an Italian product!) and I still love it. However, you may also know that I have recently discovered that I am severely lactose intolerant.
Edible Christmas Gifts 2017 Round Up
I can’t believe it is almost Christmas already! It feels like yesterday that I put away last year’s Christmas decorations! Anyhow, I won’t complain. At the end of the day, it is still my favourite time of the year. Minus the Christmas shopping, that is. I find that stressful… So, I often make Edible Christmas…
Walnut Ciabatta Bread
As you know, I love baking bread and having recently discovered that I am lactose intolerant, that’s a great thing. Not many people know this, but lactose is not only found in milk and dairy products. Lactose is used as a preservative for cold meats like ham and salami for example, and it is often…
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