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Rolled and Stuffed Cube Steak

January 13, 2013  |  Food  |  Share
Rolled and Stuffed Cube Steak

Ingredients: 3 Cube Steaks Salt n Pepper 3 Eggs 3 cloves of Garlic chopped 1 medium sized Onion or Mushrooms Bag of Spinach 1.5 Tablespoons Dijon Mustard 2 Tablespoons Balsamic Vinegar 3 strips of Bacon   Directions: First you want to turn your oven to Broil on High. Next hard boil the eggs. Now you want to heat your skillet with some coconut oil and add in the chopped onion and garlic. While the onion and garlic are cooking, salt and pepper both sides of your steaks. When the onion is translucent add in the spinach and top with mustard. Once the spinach is wilted pour your balsamic and top. Now peel the eggs and place in the middle of your cube steaks. If your steaks aren’t already nice and flat, you may want to flatten them with your hammer. Next, divide the spinach mixture evenly onto the steaks. Roll the steaks up and wrap with a piece of bacon. Use a...

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Baked Cod with Mushrooms and Coconut Milk

September 13, 2012  |  Food  |  Share
Baked Cod with Mushrooms and Coconut Milk

It has been awhile since I have posted a recipe, I know. I have a few more that are close to ready, just need to take pictures blah blah blah. I know you don't care about all that. Also, I have been following an autoimmune protocol to try and figure out some skin issues. I have had eczema as long as I can remember. When I first went Paleo it got tons better, but has now reared its ugly head again. The protocol I have been following is from Diane Sanfillippo's new book Practical Paleo. Check out my review here. Or, don't waste your time and just buy it. Enough about me, lets get to the recipe. Baked Cod with Mushrooms and Coconut Milk Ingredients: 5-6 fillets of Cod 1.5 Cups of sliced mushrooms Few cloves of garlic diced 2 Tablespoons palm oil or coconut oil or butter Dill-fresh would be best, but dried will work. 1/2 cup...

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Not Pho-real!

June 7, 2012  |  Food  |  Share
Not Pho-real!

OK, so I tried to be a little more creative with the title of this post. I just love all the names of some local Pho restaurants. My favorite is What the Pho? hehe to good. Anyway I really love Pho and was starting to make it before our switch over to Paleo. But I haven't made it since. I have been wanting to do more with our broth that we make then just drinking it or making stews with it, so I thought of Pho. I wouldn't really call this Pho though. I put some little meatballs in it and some veggies. I guess it would be more of a soup with sweet potato noodles. Yes, I said sweet potato noodles. I just used a spiral cutter that I got on groupon for the first time. Now to the recipe. Sweet Potato Noodle Soup. Ingredients Meatballs 1 pound ground pork or any ground...

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Sweet Potato Meatballs served on Greens

February 7, 2012  |  Food  |  Share
Sweet Potato Meatballs served on Greens

Sweet Potato Meatballs served on Greens Two medium sized sweet potatoes Two pounds ground beef 1 carrot diced 1 piece of celery diced couple mushrooms diced 1 egg 1 teaspoon paprika 1 teaspoon onion powder 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard 2 tablespoons tomato paste Set oven to 400•. Peel and cut up sweet potato and steam until soft. Meanwhile cut up your veggies and add to a bowl with your meat and spices. Mash up the potato and allow to cool for a few minutes since you will be mixing with your hands. Mix everything in a large bowl and form into meatballs. Place into a baking dish. Cook for around 30 mins. depending on the size of the meatball.   Greens 4 pieces of Bacon 1 Pear cut into pieces 2-3 bunches of Kale, Spinach, Collard Greens etc. Whatever you prefer. Salt n Pepper Olive Oil Balsamic Vinegar I usually use onion in this dish, but we have cut them out while Jamie is breastfeeding. Handful of mushrooms sliced. I used...

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Stuffed Mushrooms

January 17, 2012  |  Food  |  Share
Stuffed Mushrooms

Not a whole lot of updates on our end. It is snowing here in Washington and our family LOVES the snow. We already have a couple of inches and are expecting 6 more in the next day or so. That is a lot for our region of the country. I can't wait to go sledding again. I will have to post pics of our snowmen too. Now the recipe Stuffed Mushrooms Ingredients 24 Mushrooms (I used cremini and they were pretty small. Next time I think I will try white buttons and get bigger ones.) 1 Carrot 1 stick of Celery Couple cloves of Garlic Couple Sausage links casings removed 1 teaspoon Oregeno 1/2 teaspoon Paprika 1 Tablespoon Yellow mustard 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard Directions Heat oven to 350•. Wash your mushrooms and remove the stems. Add stems into your food processor along with the carrots, celery and garlic and blend. Put your mushrooms cap side down into the oven for 10 mins. The mushrooms...

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Steak with Creamy Mushroom Sauce

April 22, 2011  |  Food  |  Share

I made this  on a whim the other night and it actually turned out really good. Its funny how since we have been eating Paleo it seems really hard to make something that tastes bad. I know it can be done, but when you are using whole ingredients and that's it. It is really hard to mess something up. Steak with Creamy Mushroom Sauce Ingredients: 2 Tablespoons of Ghee (I have been messing around with using ghee lately. You could use Coconut oil.) 3 Cloves of Garlic 1 Cup of Mushrooms sliced 1/2 Onion chopped 1 Cup Coconut Milk (Full Fat) 1/4 Cup White wine Pepper Parsley Steaks (We had two NY Strips) I also added some cooked shrimp. Crab would be excellent but didn't have any on hand. Directions: Heat the butter in a pan over medium heat.  Add the onions and cook until transluscent.  Add the chopped Garlic and cook a few more minutes. Add the mushrooms.  Mix everything up really well...

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