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MNet cooking challenge: veggie, gluten-free, can transport on an early morning train....

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Wigeon Thu 20-Jul-17 20:26:14

So I'm visiting a friend who lives a couple of hours away by train (including one change) and I'm bringing lunch for three adults, two children. It needs to be veggie, gluten-free, child-friendly, and something I can either make the night before, or assemble very quickly in the morning before catching an early train. Or something picnic-y, but then I can't quite get my head round any kind of picnic without gluten blush.

All I can think of is Spanish omelette (with potatoes) plus a salad! I have been googling recipes but they all seem like they'd need more prep than I've got time to do, or not great for transporting by train.

Help! I am sure someone has had the same problem before!

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Weebo Thu 20-Jul-17 20:34:44

Veggie bean burger?

Most recipes are easy peasy and you just need some gluten free burger baps and some salad to go with them.

AtleastitsnotMonday Fri 21-Jul-17 10:08:15

If you wanted picnic style just roll do a gf puff so you could make veggie sausage rolls or mini tarts. Fine to make night before. Combine with little cube of the Spanish omelette, falafel, crudités, crisps.

Wigeon Fri 21-Jul-17 11:20:09

Good ideas! Thank you! Think veggie burgers could be good, very easy to transport.

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HipsterHunter Fri 21-Jul-17 15:48:44

Lentil bolagnaise with quinoa?

You can cook the quinoa then microwave at your friends, or just buy those ready cooked packets.

Wigeon Sat 29-Jul-17 19:19:58

Inspired by Weebo's suggestion, made these [https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/falafel-burgers falafel burgers]] with gluten-free buns and they were delicious! Definitely making them again. Yum.

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Wigeon Sat 29-Jul-17 19:20:24

working link to burgers

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