• Dairy,  Fillings,  Gluten Free,  Kosher,  Meal suggestions,  Quickies,  Savory bakes,  Side Dishes,  Soy Free,  Sweets,  Vegetarian

    GF Turkish Gozleme

    About a week ago, my lovely friend Noa Druker shared a picture and a recipe for this lovely pastry, which had me salivating for days. I finally got around to trying to make a GF version of it a few days ago. Having just gone back to work and working around a new baby, I copied it wrong, but the result was oh-so-right… So there you have it – my GF version of Gozleme… Now a staple in my kitchen (mandated by my eldest). Ingredients 250 gr. Tami flour 100 ml. thick yogurt (I use Sheeps’ milk yogurt) ¾ Tbsp. dry yeast ½ Tbsp. sugar ½ tsp. salt 25 gr.…

  • Autumn/Fall,  Dairy,  Gluten Free,  Kosher,  Main courses,  Meal suggestions,  Other,  Savory bakes,  Seasonal,  Shavu'ot,  Soy Free,  Spring,  Summer,  Vegetarian,  Winter

    Homemade Gluten-Free Pizza

    Developing this recipe took some working, reworking, a lot of experimentation, and some sound advise from my “sister”, the amazing Hila Yavnieli. I finally got it just the way I like it… I hope you like it too! Ingredients This makes one 26″ pizza – feel free to double all ingredients to make as many as you need… 250 gr. (~1¾ cups) Tagmish GF Flour Mix (you can try Schar Mix B if you can’t get Tagmish) 12 gr. (~1¼ Tbsp.) dry yeast (this is no mistake!) 1 tsp. sugar ½ tsp. salt 3 Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil 210 ml. warm water 200-250 gr. grated cheese (Braided Mozzarella or any…

  • Meal suggestions,  Rosh Ha'Shana

    Happy Rosh Hashana

    My Rosh Hashana Meal… I’ve put together a collection of my recipes that seem particularly appropriate for Rosh Hashana. Of course, during the holidays, like any good Jew, we go overboard with our selection and amounts, but I think this is a good basis to build a great, festive meal around. For our non-Jewish followers – you can make these just because they’re yummy 🙂 Have a great holiday! May all you prepare for your loved ones turn out as great as the love it was made with, may you be full but not stuffed, may no calorie remain in your body after the holiday, may someone else do the…

  • Can be prepared in advance,  Dairy Free,  Dietary restrictions,  Gluten Free,  Kosher,  Main courses,  Meal suggestions,  Parve,  Pre-preparation required,  Side Dishes,  Soy Free,  Vegan,  Vegetarian

    Couscous

    Couscous has many versions according to country of origin (Tunisia, Morocco, Tripolן), like many other dishes. Like most regional recipes, evert household thinks it makes the most authentic and best-tasting version. Tunisians make a light-colored, fluffy, soft version (or at least at that’s how my mama always made it). One of the hardest things after I found out I was Gluten-intolerant (in the dead of winter) was not being able to eat Couscous. A year later I met my friend Mari in a Gluten-free forum. When I visited her, she told me how she makes Couscous from ground rice! She even gave me her recipe. As I don’t like changing childhood…

  • Dressed to Impress,  Meal suggestions,  Quickies

    Quick Meal

    I deliberated for a while what the first blog post should be… You know, something that would leave you wanting more… Eventually I decided on a post with something for everyone. I hope you like it, and of course if there is anything you want yo ask, check, substitute, just leave a comment and I will respond asap. So, do you ever have guests drop by on short notice? I get that a lot! A phone call around lunch saying: “Hey, we’re in the neighborhood tonight…” – and I’m at work, and there’s NADA in the house… If you really like pampering your guests, and want it to seem like…