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A meal with no dairy?

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WWYDhelpplease Mon 28-Jan-19 18:09:32

I have friends coming for dinner soon and I have found out one person coming can’t eat any dairy. I am now completely stuck. Any fantastic ideas? Thanks.

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GreenThing Mon 28-Jan-19 18:10:30

Meat/vegetables? confused

ShatFic Mon 28-Jan-19 18:11:56

Curry, Thai, Greek, Roast?

mytieisascarf Mon 28-Jan-19 18:12:58

What were you planning to make? Almost anything can be modified to be df.

bibbitybobbityyhat Mon 28-Jan-19 18:13:02

Any meal that doesn't contain butter, milk, cream, yogurt or cheese.

There's 1000s of them!

MissCherryCakeyBun Mon 28-Jan-19 18:14:52

The vast majority of foods don't contain Dairy ?
Omelette
Curry
Pasta
Roast
Salads
Pies
Risotto
Casserole

Deserts?
Apple pie
Strudel
Jelly and fresh fruit
Poached pears
Cake

The list is literally endless

AdaColeman Mon 28-Jan-19 18:18:03

Smoked salmon with capers and leaves.
Coq au vin (home made) with Greek style roast potatoes.
Orange slices in orange liqueur syrup.

Ricekrispie22 Mon 28-Jan-19 18:18:07

Chilli con carne
Tagine and couscous
Salmon traybake www.redonline.co.uk/health-self/nutrition/a527828/fearne-cotton-salmon-tray-bake/
Peri peri chicken and rice
Stir fry

JiltedJohnsJulie Mon 28-Jan-19 18:18:08

If you do a roast just check things like gravy.

Are you going fancy or a more family meal type thing?

Disfordarkchocolate Mon 28-Jan-19 18:20:55

Chilli, Curry, Burgers, roast dinner? Loads to pick from.
You can use Pure margarine instead of butter. And oat or soya milk instead of cows milk. Most recipes adapt easily enough (apart from cheese so far).

PurpleDaisies Mon 28-Jan-19 18:21:53

Anything vegan!

PurpleDaisies Mon 28-Jan-19 18:22:18

What would you normally cook?

WWYDhelpplease Mon 28-Jan-19 18:35:46

I think I’ve over thought it! Plenty ideas there.

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