Naturally low carb; here made with 'Lil Smokies and turkey bacon–not because turkey bacon is healthier but just because it's got a lot of meat and I had it on hand. These are a standard part of Christmas dinner in England.
I love rice. But it's high in carbs, so naturally I've wanted a low-carb substitute for it. I've tried a number of things. For example, grading and cooking cauliflower. Texture-wise, that's not a bad substitute, but it tastes like cauliflower and not rice. Even when fried with oils and spices that you would use making […]
Yesterday I put up a photo of some shakshouka that I made myself. Although I adjusted the recipe somewhat (as every cook does), here's the recipe I based mine on, in both video and printable form: PRINTABLE VERSION HERE.
Recently on Facebook I mentioned that I was making shakshouka, which is a middle eastern way of preparing eggs. Basically you use tomatoes, onion, red and green bell peppers, spices–and, of course, eggs, which in this case are cooked directly in a mixture you make of the other ingredients. It has very much a southwestern […]
A while back I posted a picture of some low carb Wiener schnitzel (i.e., "Viennese cutlet" in English), along with a low carb equivalent of one of the traditional accompaniments of this dish: potato salad (with a soon-to-be-unveiled mystery vegetable used in place of potato). Here's the picture again: Since the recipe (or the core […]
What is it about pizza sauce? I love the stuff. What do I want on my pizza? Pizza sauce. What do I want on my spaghetti? Pizza sauce. What do I want on macaroni and cheese? Pizza sauce. It tastes so much better than regular tomato sauce . . . than spaghetti sauce . . . even than […]
These were really good!
Courtesty of Kent Altena. I made mine with cheese shreds instead of graded cauliflower as a meat extender. Thanks, Kent! I've been meaning to make cabbage rolls for a while but haven't done so till now.