I took a couple short cuts with this one, but it turned out really nice. The broccoli isn’t the greatest flavor pairing here, but I like broccoli, and it needed to go in something. Ingredients (2 servings): Spaghetti Squash – 2 cups cooked Broccoli – 1 handful (1/2 cup?), chopped (optional) 1 small potato, peeled…… Continue reading Spaghetti Squash Chicken Curry
Lack of desire to go grocery shopping is the mother of all invention, but this was a good one. I used the looks like/ tastes like to get the proportions here, but it tasted great in the end. Ingredients (makes 1 serving): 1/4 lb chicken 1 small sweet potato 1/4 cup beans (I used a…… Continue reading Paprika Chicken and Sweet Potatoes
I hate cooked carrots. I credit this recipe with helping me truly appreciate the rutabaga as a tasty replacement. The rutabaga has a much softer flavor than the carrot, but adds a similar sweetness, giving the stew a more complete flavor. Today, I’m also experimenting with the parsnips in this recipe. That said, you can…… Continue reading Something like Beef Stew with no carrots or onions
Dairy-free recipe for delicious butternut squash and bacon risotto.
Asian cuisine and stir-fries are an easy go-to for the dairy-free girl. I learned how to make my own sauces for this for two main reasons. First, I wanted to control the portion size. Second, I wanted to control the saltiness. The recipes here are good for 2-3 meals. I include separate instructions for: making…… Continue reading Simple Brown Sauce – Chicken & Broccoli over rice
I was getting tired of tomato sauce. So many nights of pasta and red-sauce, pasta and red-sauce. As a dairy-free girl, I couldn’t mix it up with an alfredo or cream sauce. Then last year, I slaughtered a pumpkin with my grandmother to make a pie, and I started seeing all the winter squashes as…… Continue reading Slaughtered squash and sage pasta sauce
Is it cheating to use a pre-made curry sauce? Not for the single, dairy-free girl who doesn’t have time to make something from scratch. Not saying you can’t. It’s really great when you have time to poach the chicken and sweet potatoes in the sauce. This is not that recipe. This is the recipe that…… Continue reading Chicken sweet potato curry in 20 minutes