Wheat-free * Dairy-free * Gluten-free * Vegetarian * Parve ~~~
This recipe is a paleo update of a post I made about for Passover 2 years ago. But you don’t have to limit it to Pesach, it’s just as delicious for Rosh Hashanna or break fast.
The amazing thing is that Gefen noodles are made with ingredients allowable on the paleo diet: POTATO FLOUR, POTATO STARCH, TAPIOCA STARCH, SALT, CELLULOSE GUM, BETA CAROTENE
Okay, I’m not sure about the cellulose gum but otherwise they fit into my definition of paleo. You can buy them in most kosher stores or online at Amazon or buy it by the case (you can share the noodles with friends) for much less per package here:
In the olden days I used to make a spectacular noodle pudding with sour cream and cottage cheese and pineapple (although the pineapple had to be omitted a long long time ago when I became violently allergic to it). So, I was a little worried about how a non-dairy, gluten free kugel would come out. The answer is GOOD – really good.
I suspect my family will miss my matzoh kugel this year, but honestly the gluten free matzoh – even though it tastes quite good – just disintegrates and turns to mush when I tried to make the kugel. So I hope they will forgive me or even better learn to love this noodle pudding instead. Oh yes, it freezes (which is why I could make it today and plan to serve it at seder) well; just reheat before serving.
Enjoy and Shanna Tova!
Breakfast is my favorite meal. I’m happy having breakfast for lunch or dinner or a snack. When I first started on P…
Source: No Potato Home Fries (paleo)
Wheat-free * Dairy-free * Gluten-free * Vegetarian * Vegan * Parve * Paleo
Breakfast is my favorite meal. I’m happy having breakfast for lunch or dinner or a snack.
When I first started on Paleo, white potatoes were not “legal”. That was actually my first deviation from strict Paleo. I thought of the logic of stone age gatherers finding both white and sweet potatoes and throwing away the white ones but consuming the sweet potatoes. Taking this image to an even more absurd height, I envision the conversation between mates: “Ugh dear, look what I brought home” and Ugh replying “don’t eat the white one, it’s too high on the glycemic index!”
That being said, you would think I have no objection to everyday home fries…and in fact I don’t, but I was wondering what someone who doesn’t eat white potatoes could do to substitute for home fries. My answer is jicama and fennel. YUM! A good choice even if you do eat white potatoes.
Wheat-free * Dairy-free * Gluten-free * Paleo ~~ My grandmother made the world’s best stuffed cabbage. I have the recipe and have made it occasionally but it’s such a pain to make th…
Source: Sweet and Sour Unstuffed Cabbage
Wheat-free * Dairy-free * Gluten-free * Paleo ~~
My grandmother made the world’s best stuffed cabbage. I have the recipe and have made it occasionally but it’s such a pain to make the cabbage rolls that it’s enough to discourage all but the most determined cook – and frankly I’m rarely that determined. Here is where my sister comes in. She is a natural out-of-the-box thinker and she created unstuffed cabbage. You make the meatballs and just cook them in the same sauce as the stuffed cabbage, but add lots of shredded cabbage. YUM and easy!
The challenge of converting this recipe to paleo was the meatballs because grandma always put rice in with the meat and since I don’t eat rice, I needed something the give the meatballs more interest and keep them from becoming too dry. After many tries I finally came up with this recipe that I just love.
First I added pork to the beef to add moisture (grandma definitely did not use pork as she was kosher). Then I added the cauliflower and potato flakes to capture the moisture and make the meat fluffier. Onion and garlic – well I don’t have to tell you what onion and garlic do. A little tomato sauce also adds to both texture and flavor.
I am so happy with the results I have to restrain myself from going back not just for seconds, but also for third and fourth servings.
Now that I have totally convinced you that Unstuffed Cabbage is the way to go, for anyone who still likes their cabbage stuffed, just use this filling and roll it up in parboiled cabbage leaves and cook according to the recipe
BTW I freeze these in individual servings and when I need a quick dinner just pop one in the microwave.
Hope you love this as much as I do.
Source: Quick Meat Sauce
Wheat-free * Dairy-free * Gluten-free * Paleo ~~
So last week I wrote about zucchetti and promised to give you a meat sauce to use with it. True to my word, here it is…and it’s easy and pretty quick (only cooks for 30 minutes)! It makes a lot, but the great news is it’s one of those foods that freezes beautifully. I freeze it in individual portions and then just pull one out of the freezer whenever I want a quick meal.
This is one of those recipes where you can use any ground meat and still end up with a tasty sauce. You can use beef, buffalo, pork, chicken, turkey, veal, ostrich, or sausage or any other ground meat or combination of meats you can think of.