Tuesday, 4 September 2012

GF Delicious Beef Slow Cooker Meal

This is the first post I have written in a while, unfortunately I have not been hit with the lucky stick of late and have had the wonder of experiencing some time in hospital recently and am still recovering from the ailments. Unfortunately this prevented me from going to the Gluten Free Expo,which I was looking forward to for weeks, months, really since last year! So if you were fortunate enough to attend the expo this year, please comment and let me know how it was, was it better or the same as last years? What were the stalls like? Did you get the opportunity to buy lots of gf food? What were the speakers like? Did you learn anything about coeliac disease or gluten intolerance that you didn't know? I would honestly appreciate any feedback on the expo!

I thought although it is spring in Australia, the nights still get cold, I would share  a slow cooker recipe that I made up, it's delightful and tastier when made with cheaper cuts of meat (even better for the budget)! I hope you and your family enjoy this delighful meal as much as mine did, make sure you take that extra time and cook the food before putting in the slow cooker, it seals the flavours, perfecting this  delicious dish!



GF Delicious Beef Slow Cooker Meal

Ingredients:
600g diced gravy beef
4 pieces middle bacon
4-5 pieces whole peeled garlic
1 red onion sliced
4 tablespoons cornflour
3 tablespoons smoked paprika
1 can tomatoes
Olive oil
2 gf beef stock cubes
2 washed potatoes
Oregano
Parsley
Thyme
Salt
Pepper
Paprika

Method: Place chopped meat in a freezer bag, add cornflour and paprika, shake well. brown meat, add diced bacon, garlic, sliced onion into the pan. Add tomatoes, stock, herbs to your liking. Place all the cooked ingredients in a slow cooker on low. Dice potatoes, place in slow cooker a few hours before the meal is ready, slice the mushrooms and add to the slow cooker at the same time as the potatoes. Serve on a bed of rice.

Enjoy this hearty meal, it will have you wanting more.

Please feel free to email me on mmoagflife@gmail.com. Keep your eyes on this blog as I plan on updating the restaurant section, adding all new restaurants that sell great gf food, so if you know of a restaurant just let me know and I can add it too.

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Hope to chat to you soon. Take care



4 comments:

Jules Galloway said...

Yum - looks amazing! Sorry to hear you haven't been well, hope you are on the mend now in time for Spring. Have you had your vitamin D levels checked lately? Next time you are at the doctor it is worth doing, especially if you have been indoors a lot over winter.

Mishaps and Mayhem of a Gluten Free Life said...

Thanks Jules I'm getting injections to help me! I had a full blood count at hospital so I think my levels are ok thanks for asking and thanks for the kind words about the meal.

Lucky said...

Really you have shared nice information about Gluten Free diet. However, with more awareness and the increase of gluten in the foods that we eat, people have now become very conscious of the food they eat and the amount of gluten in it. Well thanks you for sharing nice information...

Mishaps and Mayhem of a Gluten Free Life said...

Thanks for your feedback Lucky! I think that blogs like mine are giving people more information and knowledge about coeliac disease which makes it easier for all coeliacs. I hope you continue to enjoy my blog.