In August 2015, I was lucky enough to find out I have Coeliac disease. A disease where eating gluten (wheat, barley, oats and rye) destroys the villi in your small intestines which prohibits the absorption of nutrients. It can lead to greater health problems.
This is probably one of my favourite go to recipes when I’m not sure what to cook. It’s simple and takes me 20-25 minutes to make. It is perfect for left overs and freezes well. I love a good curry and this one is reliable at giving me a fix when I crave it. My sister loves it (she’s super fussy – not really) and hopefully you will too!
This recipe is said to serve 4 but DEFINITELY is not a generous serving size. I will usually make this just for myself and be able to get 2 meals for left overs out of it, maybe three if I’m lucky.
I think it’s safe to say I was the biggest meat and dairy eater ever. I’d always turn up my nose when my dinner lacked ‘protein’ and only had vegetables. My sister had never liked the taste of meat and was a convenient vegetarian and I never understood why she hated it. It was my favourite food.
So, here I am… making my first blog post as someone who used to be opposed to blogging! But I think it is my time to join the club and begin sharing aspects of my life with you in hope that you and I both get something out of it. Maybe. Maybe not.