For those of you that have no clue what kimchi is, here’s a short description: Kimchi is a Korean side dish made of fermented cabbage, carrots, onions and garlic with Continue reading “Korean Kimchi”
I should have posted this in the middle of July when zucchinis were actually growing, but I am always about 2 to 3 months behind on my editing so here we are.
Ever heard of Za’atar?
Zaatar is of Arab origin and has been used in Middle-Eastern Cuisine for thousands of years. It can refer to both the thyme-based spice blend and thyme itself, and ancient references to Zaatar Continue reading “Baked Zuchini & Eggplant in Za’atar Spices”
Not that white potatoes were ever a huge part of my diet or my breakfast but once in a while, I need some carbs!!! When I first started to eat Paleo I experimented some occasional potato withdrawals, and quickly discovered some amazing substitutes to create new recipes with. Continue reading “Yam and Bacon Hash”
This light and sweet puree pairs really nicely with a slightly spicy piece if chicken. If you need inspiration check out my Creole Chicken Recipe.
Try these delicious Indian Roasted Veggies as a side to any Indian dish! Works perfectly to soak up all the extra sauce from curries if you don’t eat rice!
For a super simple and easy side dish! Pairs really well with a filet of salmon or grilled chicken.
I love throwing roasted beets in my salads with some spinach, goat cheese, red onion and a good balsamic dressing…..or simply served as a side dish. Check out my Spinach & Roasted Beet Salad
I LOVE curries! I mean love them with passion, I crave them. In fact there are very few things in life that satisfy my hunger as much as a really good curry. Thai curries, Indian curries, you name it. I love them all. Continue reading “Cauliflower Coconut & Coriander “Rice””
These things in my opinion are simply genius. I can’t really take the credit for them as I didn’t exactly (not at all) come up with the idea. I did however think of using them as an English muffin substitute to create my own version of eggs Benedict’s (refer to breakfast section of this site). Continue reading “Sweet Potato Fritters”