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Inroduction About this Recipe By: Caitlin GreeneTo make this recipe, we start with the sauce by whisking together the rice vinegar, honey, miso, fish sauce, and sriracha and then allowing it to thicken. Once it’s done cooking, we quickly marinate the scallops in a little of the Toasted Sesame ...
A whole-30 meal that takes 15 minutes of prep, and the rest of the time is spent in the oven. This protein packed dinner is perfect for a busy weeknight, and includes lots of flavor and veggies! Because this dish is a sheet pan, there are minimal dishes and pans are required, which is always a plus. If you are a mustard lover like I am, and love adding a bit of sweetness to savory dishes without the added sugar, you have come to the right recipe. We make a simple sauce to toss the brussels in, and as the meal roasts the flavors infuse. I have been very into cooking with winter citrus this year, so this combination brings a new and exciting flavor to this chicken dish! The inspiration behind these ingredients come from my desire to do something sweet and tangy, adding some acidity without my typical lemon flavor. When making this meal, make sure to spread everything evenly on the sheet pan, and perhaps toss the veggies throughout the cooking process 1-2 times to ensure they are coated evenly in the mustard mixture. Feel free to use chicken breasts instead of thighs, though I definitely recommend skin-on if you can find them.
15-minute, 5-ingredient sauce and 1 pan meal...super easy and better than takeout I promise! I wanted to make an easy version of this dish, and decided to thicken it using almond butter, and keep it oil-free as well. I served this over some hearts of palm rice, but soba noodles or veggie rice works too!
I made my Chinese 5-spiced potatoes and I wanted to make a simple packed shrimp dish to pair with it - similar to how I would make a cocktail shrimp. I would typically use lemon, but I decided to use orange in the poaching liquid to compliment the Asian flair. I love spicy aioli with potatoes so I made some and added a little more sweetness to dip the savory potatoes in. You could serve the shrimp a salad or cold noodles instead of with the potatoes if you prefer. For the aioli, omitting the honey and keep it just spicy is another way to go.
Budget friendly, Whole 30 approved, and SOUPER delicious and creamy. Topped with some crispy prosciutto.
This gluten-free, oil-free, dairy-free cookie is a BOMB! It's the perfect sweet treat to keep the added sugar out of the holiday season. This chocolate is my favorite to use for sweet treats, because it tastes delicious but doesn’t have any added sugar! This skillet is crumbly, melt in your mouth and perfect for a crowd to share. You can make these as bars if you don’t have a skillet!
This simple green chili comes together in less than 25 minutes. Use rotisserie chicken to make it easier if you'd like! Top it off with some crunchy tortilla strips and you're ready for your cozy breakfast.
BBQ chicken, crispy roasted balsamic garlic mushrooms and quick dairy-free creamy spinach mashed potatoes.
I used oyster and baby bella, but this recipe works for any mushrooms. The potatoes also came out soooo creamy...this is a simple one that comes together quickly. I used my fail-proof juicy chicken method.
The sauce is light, using broth, almond milk and a just a little coconut milk...the flavor comes from the fresh thyme, garlic and a little feta cheese! This dish comes together in less than 25 minutes and a good one to prep for the week! You could use regular feta or dairy-free feta to keep it dairy-free.