This compound butter is pretty versatile. You can use Ginger Pecan Butter on low-carb baked goods and breakfast dishes, or you can get creative and use it with chicken or fish. The ginger adds a bit of zing while the pecans add the crunch factor. It’s sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Contrary to the name, Christmas Inspired Sautéed Broccoli, is fabulous all year round. You can have some fun with it by changing the types of mushrooms or the colors of the peppers you use. No matter how you serve it, this Low-Carb Gluten-Free broccoli dish is sure to tickle your taste buds.
Salads are versatile. You can make them into a an entire meal, a side dish, or a course preceding the entrée. Sometimes however, you just want a simple side salad; something that doesn’t over power the meal. This Low-Carb Gluten-Free Simple Garden Salad fits the bill. You can, of course alter this recipe in any way to use what you prefer or have on hand.
Low-Carb Gluten-Free Caesar Salad is an easy to make yet elegant to serve salad. It goes well with just about many dish and can be made into a meal by simply adding your favorite protein. Most people buy bottled dressing which is certainly an option if you’re short on time. However, my Caesar dressing recipe is so simple you can make it in 5 minutes. It’s creamy and isn’t too garlicky or too fishy; it’s just right!
No-Roni Low-Carb Macaroni Substitute with Cauliflower Recipe from Di Bauer.
No matter how you use it, compound butters add not only depth of flavor, but a bit of elegance to your dishes. Jalapeno Chili Butter is versatile and can add some kick to a weeknight dinner or add flair to entertaining.
This recipe for steamed broccoli with roasted peppers is quick, easy, delicious, Low-Carb & Gluten-Free. You can use either fresh or frozen broccoli and then add some flair with a jarred roasted pepper. Fire roasted peppers add a depth of flavor and a splash of color to the dish. Because we are using only butter, salt, and pepper to season the broccoli, it goes well with just about any entrée.
Stir Fried Cabbage is not only very quick and easy to prepare, but it’s an extremely versatile side dish. You can serve it with any number of main dishes and it also makes a great dish for a buffet table. If you’re looking for a one-dish meal, you can add in any leftover cooked proteins you have in the fridge.
I love Greek food, particularly anything with lamb, and I enjoy tonight’s recipe for Hercules Meatloaf thoroughly. Ground lamb is sometimes hard to find, though, so you can substitute ground beef (or any ground meat) if you wish. But try it with lamb if you can. It’s a very nice change of pace.
Whether you are new to Southern-style greens or not, there’s nothing as filling as a Low-Carb Mess O’ Greens. The traditional method of cooking Southern-style greens uses a ham hock, a cut of meat from the hog’s lower leg to flavor the greens.