Everything seems to taste better when in its in a bowl these days. This delicious meal in a bowl has fresh flavors with no lack of nutrients. This recipe is adapted slightly from Against All Grain cookbook
This stroganoff has a nice healthy spin! We have it creamy using sour cream and kefir, and instead of classic noodles, we have it with nutrient rich "noodles" - what more do we need to say? We use "zoodles" in this recipe, but feel free to use spaghetti squash or any noodles your prefer - or try using mashed cauli. If you end up with extra sauce, you can freeze or whip up more zoodles to soak the goodness up. London broil is a less expensive piece of meat which cooks up well when cooked in recipes like this. Feel free to use any steak cut you prefer.
This is a flavorful and easy to make dish great for a busy day if you plan ahead. Simply do the first step in the morning, then just before dinner you finish it off and have delicious carnitas meat to enjoy. We LOVE this as tacos, with cauli rice or over some spicy slaw.
Many people are intimidated to make their own sauces and dressings, but we promise you, they really are simple. And this is about as easy as it comes, saving you in both time and money. This is a staple in our households. We always make up a big batch and use in cooking and on salads. Mustard acts as a binder for the oil and vinegar. No additives needed in this fresh and flavorful dressing.
We firmly believe that healthy and filling food, should not be lacking in the flavor department. It is amazing what some fresh herbs and spices can do to your cooking, without adding all the unwanted preservatives that most packaged foods use to bring the flavor. In this dish we are taking some Thai inspiration to create this delicious, nutritious and simple to prepare meal. While this may not be one you think of making out of the blue, trust us. Keeping it fresh in the kitchen is the best way to avoid food ruts and to keep it fun in the kitchen.
This is a great side dish for any meal! Fresh and delicious flavors and ingredients. The lime adds a nice kick of acidity and brightens up this faux rice blend nicely!
This recipe was shared during a Reset and everyone was so excited to get on the train to make it. It was "the hit" recipe. This drink is warm and fuzzy, full of all things great for your mind and body. Recipe from Dr. Arjan Khalsa http://drarjan.com/?s=Turmeric
Making your own salad dressing is easier than you think. Homemade dressing is fresh, saves a buck, and can be customized to your liking! This dressing brings together the sharp taste of garlic combined with citrus, to give you a mouth watering dressing or marinade for meats or grilled veggies.
This robust marinara sauce has no added sugars or unhealthy oils. It is flavored by fresh vegetables and herbs. Great for any Italian dish. Jazz it up by adding ground meat or loading up with extra veggies on hand. Consider making a large batch and freezing the extra to have on hand.
Who doesn't love some good BBQ now and then! We created a recipe that has a little tang, a little sweet and a little kick to boot! Brought to you free of any corn syrup or other processed additives. Great on ribs, BBQ chicken, or anything else you love to slather in some good ol'BBQ sauce.