Bone broth is excellent for making soups, stews, sauces, and sautés. If you are on a paleo or AIP diet, bone broth is often recommended for sipping in between meals for extra nutrition.
Using a single frying pan, a spatula, a serving platter, and a few simple ingredients, you can whip up this delicious, nutritious meal of salmon and zucchini. Even with prep work it’s only 30 minutes from start to finish. Continue reading “30-Minute Salmon and Zucchini”
Here’s another recipe from Cooking Light magazine, which I adapted to make even healthier. The original recipe used pork but I made it vegetarian by using chickpeas instead. I also swapped out the regular dairy milk and used light coconut milk, and swapped the white flour to millet flour, although it would probably be just fine without any flour at all. I added garam masala and increased the amount of curry powder because the original was bland. I think the result is a really nice vegan meal. Having pre-cooked rice and chickpeas on hand makes it a super-fast weeknight meal. Continue reading “Curried Chickpeas with Rice”
This meat-free dinner is adapted from a recipe my husband found on his favorite cycling podcast website. So you know it’s got to be good if it was developed with athletes in mind, right? Well, we made this and dug into it and thought we went to heaven. The spicy smoky flavor of the black beans combined with the creamy sweet potato is a marriage of flavors that’s meant to be. I’m not kidding, try it and if you don’t see angels I will eat my cycling socks. Continue reading “Black Bean and Salsa Stuffed Sweet Potatoes”
Here’s a great, but rather complicated article on how to make the simplest of deliciously roasted meats – the basic roast chicken.
Read the article if you want a deep dive into the numerous ways you can make this wonderfully succulent food. Or just follow my very simple recipe below and be done with it. Continue reading “Basic Roast Chicken”