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Gluten free stuffing balls

Gluten free stuffing balls recipe

Sometimes it’s the little things Sue misses, or missed. But creative cooking is always good!


Home cooked Gluten free Bread, grated
1 Onion, finely sliced
Salt and Pepper
1 Egg, beaten
Dried Sage and Basil
Oil and Butter (Margarine)


(1) Sweat the Onions down with a little oil and butter.
(2) Add the dried Sage and a little of Salt,Pepper and dried Basil.
(3) Grate the Gluten Free Bread.
(4) Add a beaten Egg and mix well.
(5) Form into balls and pop in the oven with your roast for the last 15 minutes in a greased tray on the bottom shelf.

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Pastry Ingredients:-

100g of Lard
300ml of Boiling Water
1 Tsp of Salt
25g of Potato Flour
50g of Cornflour
375g of Gluten free Plain Flour
1 Egg, beaten to glaze

Filling Ingredients:-

300g of Lamb Mince
1 Onion, diced
1 Tsp of Mixed Herbs
½ Tsp of Mace
Salt & Pepper to season
Lamb Stock
Oil to fry


(1) Add the Lard and Salt to the Boiling Water and stir until it has dissolved.
(2) In a large bowl mix the Flours.
(3) Make a well in the middle and add the liquid.
(4) Mix to produce a smooth dough.
(5) Allow to cool so it can be handled, but not cold.
(6) Divide into ball and keep enough aside to form the lids.
(7) Press into Pie tins and pull up the sides.
(8) Form the lids and then put both casings and lids in the fridge.
(9) In a frying pan add a little Oil and fry the Onion until softened.
(10) Add the Mixed Herbs and Mace.
(11) Add the Lamb Mince and fry until browned.
(12) Add Stock making sure that the mixture isn’t too wet.
(13) Remove from the heat and set aside to cool.
(14) Remove the casing and lids from the fridge.
(15) Fill the casings making sure not to over fill.
(16) Add the lids and use a little water to seal the joins.
(17) Make a hole in the middle of each lid and brush with Egg Wash.
(18) Place in a preheated oven at 180c and back for 30 to 40 minutes.

When I was at the butchers I made hundreds of pies a week. We did have a hand operated Pie Former though! Hot water pastry can be a bit interesting the first time you have a go at it. But it’s all good fun…...


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