Category Archives for "Recipes"

Apr 13

Kung Pao Brussels Sprouts

Recipes

Ingredients 2 pounds Brussels sprouts, halved 5 tablespoons coconut oil (divided into 4 + 1 tablespoons) Celtic sea salt and freshly ground black pepper (to taste) Filtered water in a spray botte The Sauce ½ – 1 teaspoon konjac powder/glucomannan powder ¾ cup water 3 garlic cloves crushed 2 tablespoons finely chopped peeled ginger 2 […]

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Mar 17

Air Fried Cornflake Chicken

Recipes

Having just purchased a air fryer, we’ve been experimenting a bit, made some great falafel balls, but this chicken, as my guest exclaimed, is to die for. Oh, and we got the Ninja Foodi, by the way. Marinade Ingredients 2 cups buttermilk 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard 4 teaspoons Celtic Sea Salt 6 cloves garlic, crushed […]

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Jan 09

Tamarind Rasam Soup

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At an Indian restaurant, we asked the waitress to bring us whatever she liked (her favorites), and she lit up a big smile. Our first course was this soup and we were just amazed at its flavor. It was spicy hot and sour. Finding the recipe online was easy, but finding the best one was […]

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Jan 08

Szechuan Chicken Hot Dish (with Miracle Noodles)

Recipes

Don’t you hate recipes that start out with the author’s autobiography? Well, I’m not about to do that, only to say that you and I are learning together. Yes, I’ve loved to cook but now that I’m trying new things, I will pass on to you what I’ve learned. In this piece, you will learn […]

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Oct 07

Very Soft Coconut Milk Bread

Recipes

You’re going to learn a few baking terms here and why they are used. How they are used will have to wait, as I’ve yet to fully understand them myself, and I’ve used just a few of them. So, later on as I gain more experience, I will write a bit more on these techniques. […]

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Sep 15

French Baguettes

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These are the best baguettes you will ever taste, and we’re letting you in on all the secrets. And if you’ve never done this before or are pretty new (we all were, you know) watch the videos! There’s even a correct way to measure flour. Ingredients Starter (poolish) ½  cup (113g) water, cool 1/16 teaspoon […]

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