posts tagged "noodles"
Posted on November 5, 2013
Forget processed gluten-free noodles, spaghetti squash noodles are nature’s very own Paleo pasta.
Spaghetti Squash is one of my favorite vegetables. This fabulous winter squash is easy to make. The best thing about spaghetti squash is that it’s a versatile gluten-free, grain-free substitute for regular pasta –yes, here you have nature’s very own Paleo pasta noodles.
I make Paleo pasta noodles for myself whenever the rest of the family is eating their processed gluten-free noodles. Though often the boys have a helping […]
Posted on June 13, 2012
Low carb gluten free kelp noodles with sesame sauce make the perfect Paleo treat.
Back in the 1990’s, before I was gluten free, I ordered my fair share of sesame noodles from greasy Chinese restaurants. That was when I lived in New York City. Even though it’s been a long time since I’ve eaten in a Chinese restaurant, that hankering for a good gluten free sesame noodle recipe has never gone away, so I’m happy to have created this one after […]
Posted on May 25, 2012
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Have you ever tasted kelp noodles? They’re different. And delicious.
Lately, I’ve been eating more than my fair share of kelp noodles and I have to say I’m enjoying them immensely. They’re my new favorite food. We eat these low carb gluten free noodles several nights a week with dinner. And did I say they’re delicious? Oh yes, I did.
What are kelp noodles? They’re simply noodles made from kelp seaweed. I believe I first heard about kelp […]
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 […]
Posted on January 13, 2008
I find nothing as yawn-inspiring as a food blogger who “yums” at their own creations. I see it on blogs all the time. “‘Yum, yum and yum,’ and did I say, ‘yum?!’” I can hear them now, oohing and ahhing at their own creations. However, I may soon become part of this silly little navel gazing taste-bud gazing club.
Tonight I made sesame noodles. That old dish from the Chinese restaurants in New York. I didn’t think I’d be eating sesame […]