Bored with veggies?
Toss broccoli and cauliflower in 1/4 c olive oil, season with salt, pepper and crazy salt, then bake for about 25 minutes at 400 degrees. Oh, and a little Parmesan cheese sprinkled atop is good too!
Baby Kale Salad with broccoli, cauliflower, raisins, sunflower seeds and carrots. Dressing consists of:
1/2 c extra light olive oil
2 Tbs lemon juice
2 Tbs rice vinegar
2 Tbs maple balsamic vinegar
It could be sweeter, by adding a smidgen of sugar or maple syrup, but I wanted to keep it Whole30 and super clean for my friend. It's pretty good!
3 lb pork loin
1/2 c apple cider vinegar
1/2 c water
1 tbs Chicago steak seasoning
1 tbs mixed up salt
1 tbs Worcester shire
2 Tbs Frank's hot sauce
Combine all ingredients in crock pot and allow to slow cook for 2 1/2 hours. Pull apart, mix well in cooker, salt as desired, and allow to soak in juices on low for another 1 to 2 hours.
Cut and clean romain lettuce leaves, add pork, dump ranch, tomatoes and jalapeños. Enjoy!
Stuffed Peppers with Salad and Dump Ranch. Assumes dump ranch is already made and/or it is already made for the week.
Seasoned Pork Loin w/ Sesame Fried Green Beans. Assumes sesame oil is already in the pantry.
Grilled Lemon Garlic Cod. Assumes lemon pepper, butter & garlic seasoning - or - Lemon Garlic Tessamae's dressing, is already in the pantry or fridge.
No Roll Egg Roll. Assumes soy sauce or coconut aminos are already in the pantry.
Seasoned Chicken with Broccoli. Assumes seasoning is in the cupboard and butter in the fridge.
Pork Loin w/ Garlic Cauliflower Smash. Assumes almond meal, along with garlic and onion powder are in the pantry.
*** If oils, seasoning, butter or coconut milk are needed, it could be an additional $40 to prepare. ***
Sesame Fried Shrimp & Rice
For the Shrimp:
1 Tbs. Sesame Oil
Coconut Aminos Garlic Sauce
1 lb bag Shrimp
Add sesame oil to frying pan, followed by thawed, de-tailed shrimp.
Add garlic sauce and salt/pepper to taste. Once done, remove from pan, retaining any residual sauce.
For the Rice:
1 tsp butter
Prepare 2c brown or white rice
1/2 onion or 1/2c green onions (diced)
1 egg (optional)
Coconut Aminos or soy sauce
Add butter to remaining sauce and allow to melt. Add in onion and coat well. If adding an egg, add now and scramble to small pieces. Add rice and stir fry. Add desired amount coconut aminos/soy sauce.
Add shrimp back to pan and stir fry for another few minutes or so.
Serve and enjoy!
What You'll Need:
1 lb beef
1 Tbs olive oil
Salt & Pepper
6 to 8 garlic cloves
1 can fire roasted tomatoes
1 jar Silver Palate Marinara sauce
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Fry beef in frying pan. While frying, spiralize the zucchini.
Remove cooked beef from pan, add sliced/minced garlic and oil to pan. Fry until aromatic. Toss in zoodles, salt and pepper to taste.
In baking dish layer, beginning with zoodles:
- Fried zoodles
- Fire roasted tomatoes
- 1/2 jar marinara
- Remainder of marinara
Bake for 25 - 30 minutes. Drizzle a bit of #dumpcheese for the cheesy effect. Enjoy!
We tried plantains for the first time. They accompanied the Crock Pot Chicken Fajitas we had for dinner. They were different, but good. I think we expected them to be sweeter than they were. Regardless, we found a carb source we can add to our menu, to support muscle growth, which is good!
Melt 1 Tbs ghee in a pan. Slice one plantain into pan. Sprinkle cinnamon and almond slivers, cover and fry on medium heat until done.
I imagine raisins, vanilla, coconut and coconut milk could be added to make for a dessert like skillet.