Keto Vegetarian Empanadas

Who’s ready for some low-carb Mexican food?! Prepare your tastebuds for our flavorful keto empanadas that will be as fun to eat as they are delicious! These empanadas have a flaky low-carb crust that will just melt in your mouth. Even though it may feel like you’re cheating on your keto lifestyle, you’ll be happy to know that each empanada has only 2g of net carbs! Not familiar with empanadas? An empanada is made of pastry dough that is typically stuffed with meat. We took a vegetarian approach to this recipe and it turned out amazing! Hip Recipe Tips: The dough will almost look like an uncooked corn tortilla and will be a bit delicate. If it cracks while folding over to form the empanada, just pinch the dough back together. While working with the dough, try to keep it chilled as much as you can as this will help with the flakiness. You can customize your empanadas with your favorite fillings. Ours has peppers and mushrooms, though you can try out seasoned taco meat or spiced shredded chicken using our taco seasoning recipe. KETO VEGETARIAN EMPANADAS yield: 8 SERVINGS prep time: 1 HOUR 10 MINUTES cook time: 15 MINUTES total time: 1 HOUR 25 MINUTES…

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VEGAN CREAMY SPICY SUN DRIED TOMATO PASTA

Pasta is one of my absolute favourite things to eat, and when I made this one, I knew I had to share. It’s pretty much making a quick white sauce, then blending it with sun dried tomatoes which brings a burst a flavour! Adding chilli flakes gives it some heat, so you add up with a very tasty creamy and spicy sun dried tomato sauce. As well as being vegan, this pasta recipe is: made mostly from ingredients that you can keep in your pantry, making it easy for those nights you need to whip up a dinner last minute quick to make, about 30 minutes (+ however long it takes to cook your pasta) gluten free if you use gluten free pasta creamy spicy sun dried tomato pasta creamy spicy sun dried tomato pasta creamy spicy sun dried tomato pastaSOME NOTES FOR YOU: I used jarred sun dried tomatoes that also had herbs and garlic included. I haven’t tried using sun dried tomatoes that aren’t in oil and without the extra flavourings yet so I’m unsure if this would effect the flavour. If you give it a go, I would love to know how it went in the comments!…

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Cauliflower quinoa meatless meatballs in coconut turmeric sauce
Cauliflower quinoa meatless meatballs in coconut turmeric sauce

Cauliflower quinoa meatless meatballs in coconut turmeric sauce

Cauliflower Quinoa Vegetarian Meatless Meatballs in Coconut Turmeric Broth – A succulent vegetarian dinner idea and a great way to try some new spices. We love cooking with spices. If you’ve tried some of our recipes, you’ll know, that’s no secret. But if someone asked us to name the ones we “identify” with the most, without a doubt we would pick cinnamon, all spice and turmeric. These are the three spices we absolutely love, and bring us our fondest childhood memories. We often write about what an inspiration both our mother and grandmother have been to us, especially in the kitchen. We wouldn’t have the love for cooking and sharing food we have, if it wasn’t for them. It’s how they showed their love, and how much they cared for us. And we have learned to do the same. Most of the food we grew up eating  had a strong Middle Eastern influence. Which translates into bold, assertive flavors and (lots of) spices. Our mom uses cinnamon and allspice in a lot the savory dishes she prepares, especially the more festive ones. And even though most of those dishes are meat based, we’ve learned to incorporate these spices into our…

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An Incredible No-Bake Chocolate Cake | Home and garden tip

I suspect this can be the simplest case you’ll ever build. And it’s forever a large hit. It’s the type of straightforward after that's good for summer (and entertaining!) as a result of you don’t ought to heat your kitchen appliance. I feel of it as a no-bake cake, you wouldn’t be a distant line of work it a slice-able truffle. Or, imagine Associate in Nursing espresso-spiked, velvety, mousse you were ready to remove lovely wedges. Sounds unbelievable, right? If you've got 10 minutes, some bittersweet chocolate, cream, and one thing to infuse the cream with, you’re in business. I even have some non-dairy variations in addition. When this type of cake is ideal This is the type of factor I’ll throw along if we’re having friends over for dinner and that I run out of steam on the afters front. It’s less hassle to create than it's to travel out and purchase one thing. any low slice extremely goes the gap. It’s intense, it’s hardcore chocolate. Paired with slightly of topping (or whipped coconut cream) it’s a complete crowd-pleaser. I infused the cream employed in the cake with coffee and allspice during this version, however, you may play it…

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Grilled Peach Caprese Salad
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Grilled Peach Caprese Salad

Summertime food should be fresh, enjoyable and flavorful.  That is why I love this grilled peach caprese salad.  The flavors in it just scream summer flavor to me.  I found some wonderful peaches and blackberries recently, and made this for a nice Sunday afternoon snack.  I made a beautifully colored and flavored blackberry and white balsamic glaze to go over this, but you certainly don't have to in order to enjoy this salad. About Peaches The best peaches I find start appearing in mid june and run through August.  "Clingstone" peaches, where the pit is not easily removed, ripen first.  "Freestone" peaches are more readily available in mid to late July.  For grilling, freestone peaches are much more desirable.  Clingstones taste every bit as sweet as freestones, but you lose yield as you can't get the pits out.  However, I had clingstones and dang it I was going to use them! Instead of being able to easily remove the pit, I simply sliced of pieces from around the pit. Oil the grates of your grill and make sure they are clean.  On a medium hot grill, place the peach pieces flesh side down and grill for 3-4 minutes, or until you…

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