These buns are dairy-free and sesame seed free and are really, really simple to make. They are delicious too and can be used for burgers or sandwiches! As much as we love our rice, it can’t be rice all the time and sometimes a burger just hits the spot! The measurements for these buns are in baking cups because it’s ...

Shakshuka

Shakshuka is eggs poached in a delicious pepper and tomato sauce. It’s a staple all over the Middle East, Turkey and North Africa and it’s a delicious way to start a lazy weekend! Gluten free, dairy free and easily adapted to vegan by omitting the eggs and using a tin of chickpeas or your other favourite beans – it’s not ...

Ginger Cake

Baking without dairy can be a real challenge as replacing butter and milk isn’t as easy as you’d think – plant based/non-dairy milks affect how baked good rise and oils can give flavour to cakes that you don’t want. That said, here’s a fabulous recipe for a lovely sticky, spicy ginger cake which is even better the day after baking. ...

Yoghurt making is one of the unique add-on features on our Sakura rice cooker, this setting takes all of the hard work out of producing perfect, creamy, tasty yoghurt. The best thing is, there is no added sugar in homemade yoghurt so you know exactly what you are eating. The key thing about yoghurt making is being able to keep a ...

Dairy-free treats and cakes are harder to come by and adapting recipes is sometimes hit and miss as the ingredients don’t react the same when you substitute things. Even if you aren’t dairy-free or vegan, this banana bread is well-worth the tiny bit of effort to make it – it’s amazing! This dairy-free, nut-free and vegan banana bread is the ...

Zingy Lemon Drizzle cake

This zingy lemon cake is very simple to make and hits the spot for an any time of day snack. We have given two options for a glaze – either a simple sugar and lemon juice drizzle makes a sticky and slightly crunchy glaze, whereas the icing sugar and lemon juice is more like a traditional iced topping…either way, it’s ...

What springs to mind when you think about Indian food? Tandoori, Tikka, Vindaloo and other famous dishes? There is so much more to Indian cooking. With so many exotic ingredients and spice combinations, it can be very easy to feel intimidated by Indian food – especially when you are trying to re-create your favourite dishes at home. Indian food is ...

Flatbreads are very easy to make and are perfect for dipping in that Indian curry you have just made or for making a Turkish shawarma type wrap (delicious with falafel). By making your own flatbreads, you know exactly what has gone into them and know they are allergy-safe and wholesome. ...

Trying to find treats with food allergies is a complete nightmare and shopping takes forever with having to read labels. One of us has a nut allergy, the other a dairy allergy – the dairy allergy especially is difficult to find nice treats! With shop bought treats you are really limited to things like Oreo cookies, Biscoff biscuits and dark ...