posts tagged "candida diet"
Posted on June 1, 2010
So, the month o’ cupcakes is over here at Elana’s Pantry and none too soon. I’m totally ready to hit the green veggies and today I have a nice roasted asparagus recipe for you all. We are growing asparagus in our garden, though it takes about 3 years for it yield anything, so we’ve got a bit of a wait on our hands for actual productivity.
Gluten Free Girl has a wonderful post on an Asparagus Frittata, so you may want ... read more →
Posted on April 13, 2010
I hadn’t thought of making coconut milk from shredded coconut until I read Sarma Melngailis’ book Living Raw Food. I cannot recommend this book highly enough. Sarma has great recipes and tons of fabulous information for everyone –you don’t have to be raw to enjoy this book.
I also want to recommend Sarma’s products from her company One Lucky Duck. I haven’t ever met Sarma (or spoken to anyone at her company, I place all of my orders online) however I ... read more →
Posted on April 9, 2010
We are loving these Lemon Kale Chips. I can’t make enough of them –the boys scarf them down hot out of the oven. Yesterday, they ate 3 batches, yes you heard that right, 3 batches of kale chips, after school. Of course, like everything else I make, these are gluten free.
You can use curly kale (as in the photo above), or dino (lacinto) kale or any other type. My boys say it is best with the curly kale.
Lemon Kale Chips
1 ... read more →
Posted on November 2, 2009
This Paleo Chicken Noodle Soup is super easy if you have chicken stock on hand.
It’s a gray day here in Boulder and I decided some soup would be in order. Chicken Noodle Soup to be exact. So what’s a gluten free grain free girl to do for noodles? Zucchini. Yes, DIY zucchini noodles.
This recipe is super easy if you have chicken stock on hand. I keep several jars in the freezer and try to have one in the fridge ... read more →
Posted on October 26, 2009
When the cold weather comes I’m in the mood for soup. This gluten free Green Soup with Ginger that I found on Heidi’s website 101cookbooks.com is quite comforting on a chilly day. And I must confess, I often eat it for breakfast to start my day out right.
I’ve probably mangled the work of art that Heidi had on her site, however, I was in the mood for something very soothing so I decided to puree this soup. I also used ... read more →
Posted on October 14, 2009
This gluten free Grilled Lemon Chicken recipe from Ina Garten’s Barefoot Contessa cookbook is easy to make and amazingly delicious.
I cut her recipe in half and it was not nearly enough for my family. They licked their plates clean and my little one asked if we could have the chicken again the next night for dinner –and he’s a guy that complains about lack of variety, so you get the idea here.
Gluten Free Grilled Lemon Chicken
⅓ cup lemon juice, fresh ... read more →
Posted on August 28, 2009
The other night I was craving a simple, rich and super creamy dressing for our salad. I also wanted something dairy free, so decided I would use avocado as a base.
This dressing is great for both green salads and chopped salads, and I made a combination of both to serve with our salad, using greens from our garden and cubes of cucumber. My husband gave this dressing his seal of approval, emptying out the mason jar in which I had ... read more →
Posted on August 25, 2009
This Leek Coulis is based on a culinary masterpiece from Gluten-Free Girl. My description will certainly not do it justice and I’m fairly certain my vegan version is only a faint replication of hers.
For a truly mouth watering account of this dish, make sure to read Gluten Free Girl’s delectable post about the culinary wizardry that is the chef’s Leek Coulis. All I can say on my end, is that I fooled my husband; he had no idea that I ... read more →
Posted on August 8, 2009
This is a super easy avocado dip that you can whip up in mere minutes. There is no chopping (of herbs) required, because it is made with spice.
When I don’t have a lot of time to make dinner, this is a go to dish. I get one of the boys to do the avocado cutting and scooping while I chop up carrots and celery to accompany this dip. It’s a nice filling side along with a main dish and salad.
You ... read more →
Posted on August 3, 2009
You will find this cool and creamy cucumber avocado soup refreshing on a hot summer day. I’ve been drinking it all weekend and experimenting with it along the way.
I tried making it with raw garlic, which did not go down as smoothly as I thought it would, so I eliminated that ingredient. However I did leave in the raw onion as it added a very sharp yet sweet flavor.
According to my first friend in the entire world, Amy Merideth (we ... read more →
Posted on July 20, 2009
Mid July and pestomania is in the air. I’ve been working on a variety of pestos night and day for the last week. Today’s version is Kale Almond Pesto.
This recipe is based upon something similar from Beckie at The Organic Dish. The other day when I stopped in there to pick something up, she was making a luscious looking pesto and I had to have some of my own… with kale from our garden.
Kale Almond Pesto
1 bunch kale, steamed to bright ... read more →
Posted on July 17, 2009
This may be one of the worst food photos I’ve ever taken, however, this gluten free, grain free chicken and “rice” dish is packed with protein and spicy Mexican flavor. It’s not so easy to take pictures of brown stuff; I could say more, however, I won’t go on; let’s just leave it at that.
Since I don’t eat grains, this faux rice is a real treat for me. My husband liked it too.
Mexican Chicken and Rice
4 tablespoons olive oil
1 medium ... read more →
Posted on May 11, 2009
This healthier gluten free potato salad is perfect for picnics and barbecues. Replacing potato with cauliflower is a trick that I learned from the “low-carbers.” And it is a good one!
In the winter, I often make mashed cauliflower in place of mashed potatoes. Now, in spring, it is wonderful to have this no potato salad made from cauliflower. We’ll be having it tonight with grilled turkey burgers and green salad from our garden.
No Potato Saladprint
1 head cauliflower
2 stalks celery, diced
1 ... read more →
Posted on March 6, 2009
With baseball back in the picture and our afternoons filled with practices I find myself looking for quick entrees that offer a lot of protein without a lot of work. This Chipotle Lime Salmon is one of those. My husband loved it, pronouncing it blog-worthy after his first bite.
Posted on January 9, 2009
This is an R rated post. You may not want to open it in front of children.
How could eggplant not be appropriate for all audiences? Well, that’s not the problem. It’s The Tipping Point. That’s the problem. I read the book during the winter holidays. It was great, completely interesting and had been on my reading list for a couple of years.
Unfortunately, last night I gave it to my 10 year old son to peruse. Why did I do such ... read more →
Posted on August 15, 2008
Is your garden overflowing with tomatoes? Mine is. It’s a jungle out there. The zucchini plant is on the offensive, overtly attacking its neighbors in a battle for square footage while the tomatoes surreptitiously creep and cling to everything they can. At this point, they are huge sprawling bushes, heavy with fruit.
The boys go out to jump on the trampoline and come inside bearing gifts, their little hands laden. I too venture out to pluck ... read more →
Posted on July 25, 2008
I confess. I ate the photo shoot. I made a huge salad this afternoon, drizzled it with Green Goddess Dressing and proceeded to devour it. The food prepared for photographing was instead inhaled. As in, scarfed immediately.
Now normally, I’m a fairly disciplined person, so this was a bit odd. Maybe I exercised a little too hard this morning and worked up a bigger appetite than usual. Maybe the dressing is delicious on a hot summer’s day. Who ... read more →
Posted on November 20, 2007
In the process of creating this recipe I cooked chestnuts in a variety of ways. I report here: do not bother with the boiling method. This manner of preparation entails the painstaking prying of many little nuts from their shells. During that process I felt like a squirrel –with a knife.
My favorite way, providing both ease and the tastiest results, is the pan roasting method. After you remove the chestnuts from the pan, remove the shells while they are still ... read more →
Posted on May 18, 2007
If you like shrimp, try this paleo recipe for Curried Shrimp. The larger than life flavors meld together in this succulent and healthy curry dish.
4 tablespoons olive oil
4 cloves garlic
1 medium onion, chopped
½ cup tomatoes, pureed
2 teaspoons fresh ginger, minced
½ teaspoon cumin
½ teaspoon coriander
½ teaspoon turmeric
1 bunch cilantro, finely chopped
1 pound large shrimp, peeled
3 tablespoons lime juice, freshly squeezed
In a large saucepan, heat oil
Sauté garlic and onion over low heat until tender, about 10-15 minutes
Add tomatoes, ginger, cumin, ... read more →
Posted on February 6, 2007
Warm and healing ginger licorice root tea for colds and adrenal health.
This Ayurvedic recipe for Ginger Licorice Tea is a life saver, or least a throat saver.
When it gets cold outside and our throats begin to get a bit scratchy, I put up a pot of ginger licorice tea. Sweet and spicy, the boys love it on a cold day. The last time they went up skiing, they asked me to put some in a thermos for them.
Ginger ... read more →