Good morning, good evening, good night! For those of you new here, I’m Rebecca and this is my humble blog Glutarama.  Click on the link if you want to know more about us but the abridged version is; married, kid one (daughter Yay!), kid two (son Yay!), Type 1 Diabetes, then Coeliac Disease, followed by mental health, chucked job, Autism diagnosis! That pretty much sums up the last 10 years of my life – pleased to meet you!

There were 25, TWENTY FIVE, delicious recipes linked up to last weeks brilliantly hosted linky with my lovely friend Midge at Peachicks Bakery. As I saw them being linked I was thinking ‘how can I choose a few to round up for my week of hosting #CookBlogShare’ I wanted to add them all, and to be fair there’s nothing to stop me but as I salivated over the links a pattern was forming and it was also a group of recipes that could be easily adapted to be free from; BINGO! I’d round up an Indian Family Feast.


Priya’s Spicy Vegetable Bread Parcels over at Joshi Cooks are a recipe I’d never heard of and instantly fell in love with, firstly its simple to make and secondly these parcels are not just the perfect side dish to my Indian Family Feast but would make an excellent lunchbox or picnic snack. I’d use a gluten free bread in place of ‘normal’ bread for this recipe, and I’d suggest Tesco or Sainsbury’s own as their breads are denser with less airholes.

image courtesy of Joshi Cooks



Eb does love her spices over at Easy Peasy Foodie and her Easy Prawn Korma is no exception. Okay, so it’s doesn’t pack a kick on the spice scale, but the infusion of spices stimulates the senses and for this round up to be a family feast there would need to be a kiddie friendly dish, so Eb’s curry if perfect for the job.

image courtesy of Easy Peasy Foodie


Easy Butter Chicken Curry

This next recipe added by Jo at Jo’s Kitchen Larder is her Easy Butter Chicken Curry. I’m intrigued by butter chicken as I’ve never had it before but every time I see it on a menu or on Pinterest I pause before moving on to something more familiar. Since I was hosting this week, I took more time to look through the recipes linked and knew I’d love the dish despite having to tweak it to be dairy free so I could eat it too (yeah, forgot to mention that in the into, I’m a complicated bugger too when it comes to diet!)

image courtesy of Jo’s Kitchen Larder


Restaurant Style Yogurt Mint Sauce

Geetha at Flavours Treat has answered my prayers with this recipe. I miss this mint sauce so much and now I have the recipe I can adapt it so I can eat it again. Let’s face it, no Indian Family Feast is complete without poppadoms – LOTS of poppadoms and dips are compulsory, I love the lime pickle and the red onion sides but no meal is complete without proper Restaurant Style Yogurt Mint Sauce.

Image courtesy of Flavours Treat

I hope you love the idea of these recipes as much as I do, believe me I will be making them and treating us to a free from friendly Indian Family Feast very soon and I’ll be sure to report back to each cook featured how we got on, I can’t wait.


Over the course of the week I will be tweeting and commenting on all links and each recipe will be pinned to the #CookBlogShare group board.

Of course feel free to tag @jacdotbee @easypeasyfoodie @MonikaRecipes and myself @glutarama using the #CookBlogShare hashtag for retweets, I’ll be keeping my eyes peeled (Lewis hates it when I say that!)

It currently stands (at time of writing this) that there are 3,627 posts for #CookBlogShare over on Instagram so feel free to add the hashtag to your posts, in fact I insist, with algorithms as they stand it’s a quick and easy way to find each other and share our hard work and achievements. Lets not forget the Cook Blog Share Facebook Page where you can post for others to see and share.

#CookBlogShare Linky Rules

You can link up any foodie posts you have. Both old and new posts are welcome as long as they have not been linked to #CookBlogShare before.

Link up a recipe or foodie post by clicking the blue ‘add your link’ button below and following the instructions. You can link up to 4 posts.

Add a link from your post back to this post (so everyone else can find it and link up too!)

Add the #CookBlogShare badge to your post (Code below – for WordPress copy and paste the code below into the text view of your post).

Comment on some of the other recipes linked up here (at least 2 for each link you added but the more you can the better) and generally share the love with a bit of social media action!

Plus comment on either this post or one of the posts labelled HOST in the linky.

Have fun and get ready to Cook Blog Share

Cook Blog Share

Please note that by joining in you are giving the #CookBlogShare hosts permission to use your pictures in a roundup and on social media if your recipe is selected as one of our favourites!

Next weeks linky will be in the capable hands of Eb at Easy Peasy Foodie

But now we’re getting to the bit where you add your delicious recipes to my humble blog post, thank you #CookBlogShare for having me, and thanks in anticipation for taking part, in the words of Vinnie Jones ‘It’s been emotional’ (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels if you’re wondering?)

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