Posts Tagged ‘side’

Cauliflower Leeks and Capers

cauliflower-capers

Vegetables like Cauliflower Leeks and Capers make a great side dish with fish, chicken or as a star in our favorite Buddha Bowls. Sweet paprika and salty capers makes for a flavorful dish. Cauliflower is from the cruciferous family of vegetables known for their anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer and heart healthy benefits! Loaded with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants…

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Gluten Free Bread Stuffing

Gluten Free Bread Stuffing Ingredients: 1⁄4 Cup (1/2 stick) butter ( or an alternative butter MELT, Earth Balance) 2 Cup chopped brown or sweet onions 1 Cup diced celery 1 Cup diced mushrooms (shiitake or brown) 8 Cup gluten free bread cubes (1 loaf =8cups.)* GF Udi’s Whole grain and Rye Style bread, recipe follows…

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Mexican Street Corn

Mexican Street Corn serves 4 – 6 Ingredients 4-6 ears corn, organic and non-GMO ½ cup finely crumbled cotija or feta cheese, with some saved for topping 2-3 tablespoons lime, freshly juiced 1-2 tablespoons garlic aioli (we love Wildwood’s), Vegenaise, or mayonnaise 1 teaspoon garlic powder ¼ teaspoon sweet paprika powder Butter, to coat Lime,…

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Riced Cauliflower with Spring Veggies

Riced Cauliflower with Spring Veggies is a wonderful grain free side dish or main dish. Top it with a whole bunch of vegetables for a great lighter meal.  Top with roasted garnet yams for a hearty meatless dinner in one of our Buddha Bowls. Another grain free option that pairs nicely with Teriyaki chicken, seared salmon…

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Homemade Pesto Sauce

Homemade Pesto Sauce is a fabulous condiment for all things Italian!  Our pesto’s ingredients are interchangeable depending on your tastes and preferences. Traditional pesto is made with Italian basil leaves. Our pesto sauce is not traditional as we use both basil and cilantro. Basil is a summer and fall crop, so if it becomes a challenge…

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Blistered Vegetables

Blistered Vegetables…Seriously the best tasting vegetables on the planet. With a 3 minute blanching then a quick sear, these vegetables get raves from kids of all ages! It’s part of our veggie wars that happen when they run out and the kids would fight over the last veggies on the plate. A mother’s dream come…

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