pan roasting meat or vegetables with balsamic vinegar, be sure to line your
baking sheets first. The balsamic vinegar burns easily and can be very
difficult to remove. Lining the pan first makes cleaning up afterwards a breeze.
Flank steak is a relatively tough, but incredibly
flavorful cut of meat. For best results, be sure to marinate it in advance and
cut it into thin slices against the grain prior to serving.
Buy several rotisserie chickens when
they are on sale. Then remove and shred the meat before freezing in individual
packages for quick and easy weeknight meals, like our Buffalo Chicken lettuce
Seafood can be a delicious and healthy
addition to your diet. However, it is becoming more and more difficult to know
what seafood is safe and sustainable these days. Check out seafoodwatch.org for
the best options.
and other sweeteners are not allowed on the Whole30 diet plan. However,
roasting naturally sweet root vegetables, such as carrots and sweet potatoes,
is a great way to add a touch of acceptable sweetness to your meals.
packaged salad dressings are not Whole30 compliant because they contain added
sugar and other banned ingredients. Fortunately, it’s really easy to make your
own homemade versions. Add some fresh fruit to your vinaigrettes for a bit of natural
possible, select a colorful assortment of fruits and vegetables for your
recipes. This will add additional textures and flavors to your menu, and a more
diverse assortment of vitamins, minerals, and others nutrients to your diet.
more colorful fruits and vegetables for your recipes also lends more visual
appeal to your presentations. Why be bland and boring when you can easily add
healthy splashes of color to your table?
pork loin can be tricky because it is so easy to overcook. For this reason,
choose timed oven roasting over your much-loved slow cooker for consistently
Fresh herbs are a low calorie way to add tons
of flavor to your favorite recipes. You can add them to Whole30-compliant
smoothies, salads, dressings, and marinades for a satisfying dose of extra
flavor. To save money at the grocery store, grow an assortment at home on a
sunny windowsill, deck, or patio, or in your garden. A nice mix of basil,
rosemary, thyme, mint, cilantro, and oregano is ideal.
Add the flavor of fresh grated ginger to plain peas and make them special! These are especially good if you use fresh peas rather than canned. Ingredients: 1 cup of fresh peas 2 Tablespoons of chicken stock 1 clove of minced garlic ½ cup of freshly grated ginger ¼ cup of water 4 small carrots,…
If you’re looking for a healthy and satisfying alternative to fried potato chips, you are in the right place. These crispy kale chips are super easy to make, but there are a couple things to keep in mind before you begin: The first consideration is finding the right combination of oven temperature and cooking time….
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What’s not to love about your local farmers’ market? The “buy local” and “farm-to-fork” movements are alive and well, and your readers are hungry for delicious recipes featuring fresh, locally grown produce and humanely raised and processed meat. Every recipe in this package is inspired by local “Farmers’ Market Finds” and each can be recreated…
These vegetarian spicy black bean taco wraps are perfect for Meatless Mondays or anytime you want to get a plant-based meal on the table in around 20 minutes. Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 5 minutes Serves: 4 Ingredients: 2 T. extra virgin olive oil 1 15-oz. can black beans, drained and rinsed 2 T….
Here’s a great way to use up any leftover vegetables sitting in your refrigerator. If you don’t have the vegetables used here, feel free to substitute any sturdy veggie you have on hand, such as carrots, fennel, parsnips, and eggplant. Roasting deepens and intensifies the inherent sweetness of vegetables; so don’t be surprised if this…