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Grain Free Ham Ring

Sometimes when you go low carb or grain free, you crave some old comfort foods……. and this dish really delivers!

If you are looking for a grain free ham ring recipe, look no further! This was delish! Takes about 30 min to prepare and cookedabout 20 min to cook.

Worried about cooking with flax and chia (chia is what I used in the photos), according to research baking at 350F won’t damage the oils.

Flax NoodlesTo prepare the dough you’ll need to grind the flax or chia seed into a flour. In a bowl add remaining ingredients and then mix in enough water until it is a dough like consistency (start mixing with a fork and then your hands to get the right texture. If it feels too wet, let sit for 1 hour to keep absorbing the water).

1 cup flax or chia seed ground
6 cloves garlic
1 tsp salt
1/4 tsp black pepperPie Plate

Once the dough is ‘set’  take of a piece the size of a golf ball and roll out as thin as possible into strips using coconut flour to keep it from sticking.

Lay the strips from the centre outward hanging over the side. As you go you will place the strips farther from the middle and keep pressing down until the bottom looks flat like a normal pie crust. Keep pressing the strips together as best you can. Some strips will end up too long, you can trim them later.

Complete Pie PlateYou’ll have a ton of dough left over. You can use it to make tortilla rolls or even try your hand at boiling them for 3 minutes into noodles.


cooked ham ring (chopped into bit sized pieces)Filling
broccoli steamed for 3 min
2 cups shredded cheese
2 Tbsp mustard
1 Tbsp lemon juice

Meanwhile, steam broccoli for 3 min.

Turn the oven on to 350F

Chop the ham ring into bite size pieces and place in a medium size bowl with 2 cups of shredded cheese. Mix in mustard and lemon juice.

Place filling into the pie and then pull the ‘ropes’ over and arrange on top so that they are all touching but not overlapping too much in the middle (this is where you might have to trim them a bit).

uncooked crustBrush with olive oil and then bake for 17-18 min at 350 F.

Let cool for 10 -15 min before slicing which will hold it together better. Also, it works best to cut along the natural lines with a serrated knife.

Kid tested and approved! Slice

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