Compound Butters are simply softened butter with other ingredients mixed in but these DIY Herb Butters are the secret to making a simple grilled piece of meat into a restaurant worthy meal.
If you think you hate beets, you haven’t tasted this salad. Sweet, earthy, roasted beets are delicious (and highly nutritious) to begin with, but this Roasted Beet salad amps up the flavor with goat cheese, pistachios and a simple dressing of balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil.
Air Fryer Home Fries alone are a revelation but Air Fryer Home Fries Three Ways – Ranch Style, Patatas Bravas (Spain’s answer to Home Fries) and Tex Mex Home Fries – mean you can eat them several times a week without anyone knowing you’re repeating the same basic steps.
Quinoa is an almost perfect sub for animal protein, but if you don’t know how to make it properly, it can be soggy and soft. Not only will you learn how to make perfect quinoa but quinoa tabbouleh as a bonus.
Yes, it’s true. Biscuits can be both grain-free and vegan all while being light and tender. Almond flour and coconut oil are the stars but a few other pantry staples bring these Paleo Grain-Free Biscuits together to partner with gravy, honey or jam.
Eggplant, tomatoes and garlic are some of the most typical ingredients you find in Sicilian cuisine. Caponata makes them the star and Caponata My Way includes a few other ingredients as well to give you a sweet and sour relish that is full of texture and flavor.
Herby, spicy and delicious, this Easy Chimichurri Sauce is not only a great way to use up the stems and ends of herbs in your veggie drawer, but it is freezable and goes with almost everything. Grilled Veggies? Yep. Potatoes? BFFs! Steaks? This sauce originated in Argentina, home of Gauchos and all things red meat, so double yes!
It’s a simple concept…spread fresh ricotta cheese on a piece of perfectly golden toast and top with your favorite sweet or savory things. The synergy! Creamy, crunchy, flavorful. Oh…and I’ve got a link in here to the best paleo and vegan bread you could ever eat.
No need to buy expensive healthy salad dressings when these 6 Homemade Paleo Salad Dressings feature easily accessible ingredients you probably already have in your fridge and pantry. All dressings have Whole30 and Vegan modifications and ways to use them beyond salads.
Fulfilling all your dreams of a creamy, liquified cheese partner for chips, fries or nachos and featuring the fall veggie superstar from Hatch, New Mexico, this Creamy Vegan Queso with Hatch Green Chiles uses pantry products such as cashews, veggies, coconut milk and spices to create a real food, paleo, Whole30 (with a caveat) and, of course, vegan version of America’s favorite football food.