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Nutty Nutty Nut Loaf

This delicious loaf is perfect as a healthy Christmas dinner option or as a snack as it is suitable for freezing and can be eaten hot or cold.

Prep Time15 minsCook Time45 minsTotal Time1 hrYields1 Serving
 1 Onion, Diced
 4 Cloves Garlic
 2 Cups Chopped Mushrooms
 1 Cup Almond Flour
 3 Cups Nuts/Seeds, Chopped Coarsely – Options can Include; Almond, Walnut, Pumpkin Seeds.
 1 tbs. Italian Herbs to Taste
 ½ tsp. Salt
 ¼ Cup Flax Egg - Approx. 1 tbs. Flax Mixed Well with 3 tbs. Warm Water.
1

In a pan, cook the onion, garlic and mushrooms for 5 minutes until all softened.

2

Add in all the remaining ingredients and mix together well until it forms a thick paste.

3

Spoon the mixture into a medium loaf pan or brownie tray if a shallower ‘tray bake’ is desired and bake at 180°C for around 30-40 minutes until the loaf is thoroughly cooked in the centre. You may need to loosely cover with foil if the top is browning before the centre is cooked.

4

Test if the loaf is completely cooked by inserting a knife into the centre, it should come out clean, with no streaks. 

5

Allow to cool for around 5 minutes before serving.

6

To achieve neat edges, freeze the loaf once cooked and at a later date allow to slightly defrost before slicing. For crispy edges give it a ‘second bake’ for 10 minutes in the oven at 180°C before serving.

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This recipe is taken from Jo Hodson's Website, Including Cake. Found Here: http://www.includingcake.com/blog/2015/4/20/easy-low-carb-keto-nut-roast

Ingredients

 1 Onion, Diced
 4 Cloves Garlic
 2 Cups Chopped Mushrooms
 1 Cup Almond Flour
 3 Cups Nuts/Seeds, Chopped Coarsely – Options can Include; Almond, Walnut, Pumpkin Seeds.
 1 tbs. Italian Herbs to Taste
 ½ tsp. Salt
 ¼ Cup Flax Egg - Approx. 1 tbs. Flax Mixed Well with 3 tbs. Warm Water.

Directions

1

In a pan, cook the onion, garlic and mushrooms for 5 minutes until all softened.

2

Add in all the remaining ingredients and mix together well until it forms a thick paste.

3

Spoon the mixture into a medium loaf pan or brownie tray if a shallower ‘tray bake’ is desired and bake at 180°C for around 30-40 minutes until the loaf is thoroughly cooked in the centre. You may need to loosely cover with foil if the top is browning before the centre is cooked.

4

Test if the loaf is completely cooked by inserting a knife into the centre, it should come out clean, with no streaks. 

5

Allow to cool for around 5 minutes before serving.

6

To achieve neat edges, freeze the loaf once cooked and at a later date allow to slightly defrost before slicing. For crispy edges give it a ‘second bake’ for 10 minutes in the oven at 180°C before serving.

Nutty Nutty Nut Loaf

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