Not only learn how to cook spaghetti squash (aka vegetable spaghetti), but also how to easily cut it in half. You don’t need to buy any fancy spiral machine to substitute spaghetti squash for pasta. It’s naturally gluten free and easily shreds with a fork. Mix in your favorite sauce or top with butter or margarine. Then season as desired. Continue reading Spaghetti Squash Recipe
Whether you’re a new cook and wish to learn how to boil corn on the cob, or a veteran looking for an easier way of removing the husks, this page will teach you a thing or two. We’re never too old to learn! Continue reading Corn on the Cob Without Shucking + Steaming a New Way
They say that cauliflower is the new kale for 2016. I don’t know about that, but I do know that it is the perfect substitute for high carb starches like rice and potatoes. This roasted cauliflower dish is the low-carb replacement for high-carb gluten-free breaded cauliflower. It’s not full of starch but provides the same … Continue reading Low-Carb Gluten-Free Breaded Cauliflower
This is a kid-friendly, pumpkin sauce. It may appeal to them because it looks similar to macaroni and cheese. However, when they realize that it is not, they’ll hit the sweetness of the pumpkin and be just as happy. For a more savory, adult version, see the Tips section. Both are delicious as the roasting … Continue reading Gluten Free Roasted Pumpkin Pasta Sauce
This creamy gluten free vegetable casserole is far from boring. The smokiness of paprika along with garlic provides tons of flavor. The red peppers and onion add additional flavor as well. If that’s not enough, add a couple of varieties of cheese and garnish with bacon. Your broccoli.is now a treat perfect for holidays or … Continue reading Creamy Gluten Free Vegetable Casserole
If you’re a zucchini lover or just tired of the same old veggies, you must try this grilled zucchini recipe. If you enjoy a bit more heat or kick, dash on cayenne pepper, too.
Remember the old classic carrot and raisin salad? Well, this spicy carrot salad replaced that in our house a few years ago. The older we get, the spicier we enjoy our food. If you enjoy a little spice to your food, this is a must try. I like to keep some in the frig to … Continue reading Spicy Carrot Salad
Are you tired of the same old vegetables? I sure am! When I created this recipe for ginger glazed carrots my first intention was to avoid granulated sugar. Before I knew it, I added ginger, but was sure if I was going to remove it or not after cooking. I didn’t remove the ginger slices … Continue reading Honey Ginger Glazed Carrots
I have served my Chicken Korma Recipe a number of times, but usually accompanied it with plain vegetables. Recently, I decided to spice those up a little. You control the spice level. Using 1/8 teaspoon provides an ever so light amount heat. While 1/4 teaspoon is perfect for us. You may prefer 1/2 teaspoon. Enjoy … Continue reading Spicy Indian Green Beans Recipe
You can use this recipe for pico de gallo on any Mexican dish, but more importantly, you can provide a Mexican flare to any American dish. Serve pico de gallo with grilled steak or chicken for a TexMex flavor. It’s wonderful! What will you serve it with?