Gluten and wheat free tortilla wraps…

Enjoy the taste of tortilla wraps again !

Naturally tasty...

If you are gluten and wheat intolerant or choose to eat wheat-free and miss for a good tortilla wrap… You’ll be glad to know that with very little effort you’ll be able to transformed Isabel’s pizza base mix in the most delicious wraps sandwiches, enchiladas, burritos…

The 300g pack makes 4 pizza bases of approx. 20cm diameter, but the same pack will make at least 6-7 wraps depending on the size.

Just by substituting 30g from one of the 150g pizza mix sachet for potato mash (fresh mash or instant mash mix) you’ll be able to make a really tasty wrap …

To make the tortilla wrap you will need.

120g Isabel’s pizza mix

30g instant potato mash or fresh

100ml water

1 small egg

1 1/2 Tbsp olive oil

Cornflour to dust

easy-to-prepare...

Prepare

Pulse all the ingredients in a food processor or mix by hand until all the liquid ingredients are absorb by the flour and it comes together into ball.

Knead well until the dough becomes silky and pliable. Divide into four balls.

Roll out each dough ball roughly into a circle about 1mm deep, dusting the dough lightly using cornflour or rice flour so not to stick to the rolling pin.

Pre-heat a non-stick frying pan until very hot, and then add the dough.

Cook until the dough begins to puff, let cook for 1 to 2 minutes approx. turning over half way. Remove and cool, then add your favourite filling.

Add your favourite filling...

Steak wraps

Try cooking steak fillets on a pre-heated griddle, season to taste and cut into strips. Then serve inside a rolled up wrap with finely sliced spring onions and cucumber for a mouth-watering dish.

PS. the wraps on the images were made with tuna salad…

Find Isabel’s mixes at Waitrose, Ocado and Asda for please click here for our list of stockists.

Delicious naan breads

Made by John Benson

To make 4  small naan breads we used half a pack (1 sachet) of Isabel’s pizza base  mix.

Substitute 2 tablespoons of cold water for milk.

0.5 teaspoon of salt

1 teaspoon of sugar

1 teaspoon of black onion seeds (from any large supermarket)

Make the mix as normal, then split in to four and roll out in to a teardrop shape, then cook as per the instructions on the box.

When cooked, brush with melted butter for that authentic India taste.

Versatile home-baking mix....

Fish shop-style batter, Made easy!

Dairy and egg free...

New Isabel’s fish shop-style batter coating, crispy and light. Quick and easy to make, use with fish, chicken, or vegetables or fruits.

Gluten & Wheat Free
Dairy Free
Egg Free
Soya Free
Low in Salt
No Added sugars
No artificial Preservatives, Flavours or Colours.

Our delicious crispy and light batter mix is the perfect base for you to add your own creativity. Add gluten free beer to the mix instead of the water to create an even lighter and tastier batter coating.

Light and crispy just the way like!

We’d love to hear the delicious combinations that you create!

Yummy bites...

Quindin – (Coconut tartlets)

absolute heaven...

You’ll need:

Ingredients:

250g granulated sugar

200g of grated coconut

1Tbsp butter

5 egg yolks

2 egg white beaten to a firm peak

To prepare:

1 Preheat oven to 180C

2 Combine in a bowl the sugar, coconut and butter. Mix well and then add the egg yolks one at a time.

3 Add the egg white and mix well.

4 Divide the mixture into the 12 greased muffin tray.

5 Place the muffin tray in a large roasting tin, fill it with boiling water to about 1 inch deep (bain-marie). The muffin tray should not float.

6 Bake for 30 minutes or until slightly golden brown, on the top of the cups.

7 To release the little tartlets from the mould turn them upside down (coconut flakes on the bottom). Refrigerate and serve.

Makes 12 mini tartlets