Just after Christmas my partner went food shopping and came home with two reduced punnets of fresh cranberries. I have no earthly idea what she thought we would do with fresh cranberries (let alone two packs!), but they had been enough of a bargain to justify their purchase. Ever since, they’ve sat in my freezer taking up valuable space and irritating me every time I’ve had to manoeuvre around them in order to get to something I’ve needed in the freezer, so I snapped the other day and let them defrost overnight and decided to try to make some cranberry cookies with them.
I think I was a teenager the first time I tasted red velvet cake and I remember thinking that it was out of this world because I love sweet cake that’s topped with cream cheese frosting. There’s just something about the contrast between sugary-sweet sponge cake and smooth, creamy and ever so slightly tart cream cheese frosting that really rocks my little world.
Today I’m going to share my recipe for Turkey Egg-Fried Rice with you, but first I’d like to share some exciting news! I’ve published my first cookbook! It’s called Low FODMAP Recipes From The Fat Foodie and it contains over 150 of my low FODMAP recipes, a great many of which have never been published before. Low FODMAP Recipes From The Fat Foodie is currently for sale on Amazon Kindle here worldwide and print copies will be available to order from them soon too. You can also just click on the front cover image below and it’ll take you straight to the product page.
I just want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who uses this site. Your visits to the website and interest in my recipes have made this happen, so thank you very much!
This Turkey Egg-Fried Rice recipe is kind of an off-shoot from my Sesame Pork Loin recipe (which can be found in my cookbook Low FODMAP Recipes From The Fat Foodie) because I learned how to make egg-fried rice to accompany the pork loin. Since mastering egg-fried rice (and it’s absurdly simple to make) I’ve made it countless times, but I thought that this tasty variation deserved a place on the blog.
I baked this rhubarb cake with lemon sauce after I’d been given a couple of handfuls of fresh rhubarb stalks from my Dad. I had intended on making a rhubarb tatin (much like the quintessential apple tart tatin), but I couldn’t be bothered waiting for my gluten-free puff pastry to defrost, so I just made it into a cake instead. I’ll get around to the rhubarb tatin some time…