Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Kelp Noodles

Here is another helpful option for Paleo eating, you can find them both at Eureka Natural Foods or Northcoast Co-Op and they run about $3.50 per package.  No cooking required, you eat them as is, just be sure to rinse them well first.  Great for salads or we love to eat them with the meat from PORK ASIAN LETTUCE WRAPS  (or sometimes I substitute chicken for the pork).  Instead of wrapping the meat we eat it in bowls with shredded cabbage, shredded carrots, Asian Pork and Kelp noodles, sometimes we top it with FAUX THAI PEANUT SAUCE.  
They are not soft like wheat noodles but have a crunch to them, providing a nice texture. 

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Spinach and Sausage Frittata

The other day I was trying to think up a new take on breakfast, eating fried or scrambled eggs everyday was getting old.  This is what I came up with a new version of Fritata, as always feel free to use this as a jumping off point and make modifications to make it your own.


1 cup bacon ends, chopped
2 cups of raw uncooked homemade turkey sausage (recipe is found here)
4 cups chopped spinach
1/4 cups chopped fresh chives
1/4-1/2 tsp dried cilantro
1/4 tsp ground black pepper
1/8 tsp ground white pepper
10 eggs
1/4 cup coconut milk (full fat)
Chopped tomato

Fry your bacon ends until nice and crispy.  Remove from the pan and set aside, reserving the fat in the pan, add the ground turkey and cook until done.  Then add your chopped spinach and chives and cook until the spinach is well wilted.  Crack your eggs into a large bowl, add the milk and spices and beat with a wire whip until blended well.  Add the bacon to the meat mixture and pour the egg mixture over it.  Sprinkle with chopped tomato.  Cook over low-med heat for a couple of minutes and then place in the oven and and broil for a couple more minutes until done (watch closely).

 Turkey Sausage and veggies ready to go.

 Ready to go in the oven.

 All done and ready to be served.


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