Nutty, toasty and delicious pecan pie without all the guilt of table sugar and white flour? Yes, please! Learning how to handle all kinds of nut flours so that the dough is easy to handle, doesn’t crumble, and doesn’t burn before your pie filling is ready is essential to going gluten-free.
These muffins are my go-to on the evenings when I am really really tired and want to catch on my sleep. It sounds strange, doesn’t it? To do something in order to rest. But look, they are very easy and quick to make, taste great, store and freeze well, and provide a great deal of nourishment for your body so you don’t feel guilty for having muffins with your morning coffee. Add some vegetables and greens to your plate and you have a wonderful delicious vitamin rich meal to start off your day.
If I could have one salad every week for the rest of my life, this would probably be it. It has so many simple ingredients, and yet, but soooo many complex flavors. It’s so refreshing, yet filling that it really became my family’s favorite. Most people don’t think about beets when they think about salad. But trust me on this – the simple tastes of spicy arugula, tangy goat cheese and red wine vinegar, sweet beets and umami toasted walnuts pair really well to create tasteful complexity that makes you want to reach for that extra bite over and over again. I find myself craving this dish for breakfast, lunch and dinner- it’s that good! Add some fried or boiled chicken or turkey meat, steamed or fried salmon fillet, or even cooked beans for a vegetarian version as your protein and you’ve got yourself a full meal that is lip-smacking-deliciously satisfying.
Cilantro-lime broth makes this soup taste absolutely fresh and unique. It pairs really well not only with almost any fish of your choice but also chicken and even sliced beef! Talk about healthy and versatile. Make it once and you’ll be craving this soup, loaded with vegetables, fish, lime juice and cilantro. It really does taste divine! And did I mention that it’s also really easy to make?