Wonderfully Welsh

In celebration of our third Wales Gluten Free Food Show returning to Cardiff, which will be bigger than ever before, the Coeliac UK foodies have brought us their favourite Welsh meals and bakes.  

Get tickets or find out more about the Wales Gluten Free Food Show happening on 16th November 2019. There will not only be heaps of gluten free fun including specialist talks, cookery demos, dietetic clinics but loads of tasty gluten free food!

Bara Brith

Bara Brith Heb Glwten (Gluten Free Bara Brith)

This tea loaf is at it's best when served with a hot cup of tea and soft salted butter. Lorna tried a few different recipes, some using yeast and some without and found this the tastiest and held together best. When you make it be aware that the dried fruit is best left to infuse overnight inthe tea. 

Cawl Llysiau a ffa Heb Glwten (Gluten Free Vegetable and Bean Cawl)

The hearty Welsh classic has been giving a vegetarian twist by Nicola. Using a medley of vegetables the long slow cook gets the most out of the flavours, perfect for those cold and dark evenings. Prepare it the night before for an even more flavoursome meal or lunch. 

Picau ar y Maen Heb Glwten (Gluten Free Welsh Cakes)

Welsh Cakes

Simple to make and extremely moreish. We think the Welsh cakes are best eaten warm from the pan. Although recipes vary from family to family Sam has created the cakes with a warming blend of cinnamon and nutmeg but these can be left out or swapped as you please. 

If you have any Welsh recipes that you'd like us to share with the community or have any questions on the recipes above or the Wales Gluten Free Food Show, please get in touch

 

Return to Home of Gluten Free Recipes

Search recipes
Filter by