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Gluten Free Dafna


Serves 10

A slow long cooked dishes, easy to make, and cheap, filling, comforting and warming on a long winter Shabbat and makes a change from Cholent

300g chickpeas (pre-soaked)
1.2kilos (3lb) shin or stewing beef
1 kilo (2.2)lb minced beef
12 eggs
4fl oz honey
100g (3½oz) chickpea flour
1 large onion)
Head of garlic
¼ tsp each ground mace, turmeric, cloves
1 tsp each cinnamon & cumin
300g uncooked rice
10 medium potatoes
4 sweet potatoes (or parsnips)
6 carrots
seasoning.
10 dates or 12 dried apricots
Clean piece of muslin or net curtain


Slice the onion, cut the vegetables into chunks about 5cms (2ins). Separate the garlic into cloves & peel. Wash the eggs

Mix the mince with 2 eggs, honey, cinnamon, cloves and chickpea flour to make a meatloaf, divide into 5.

In a large casserole layer as follows: Chickpeas, Shin (cut into 5) garlic, onion, cloves, now season. Between the meat wedge the meatballs.

Wrap the rice in cloth, or put in a steamer basket, place on top of meat.

Surround the rice with potatoes, carrots, parsnips/sweet potatoes eggs and dried fruit. Season with a little salt and pepper and pour over enough water to cover

Bring to the boil on the hob and simmer for an ¼ hour. Cook overnight in low oven. The eggs are used for breakfast. The liquor for soup, the rest is your main course.