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All posts tagged Low carb

The rainbow of vegetables is a big part of Mediterranean cuisine, and one of the best ways to add them to your diet is to roast them. Once you try roasted vegetables, you’ll be hooked for life. It makes healthy eating much more enjoyable! Easy, practical, delicious, perfectly tender and packed with flavour. Plus, it’s adaptable. You can make it with whatever vegetables you have in the fridge! Read more
The amazing flavour combination of honey caramelized sprouts, garlicky shrimp, and sesame oil is irresistible! And it comes together in 20 minutes! Nothing better than an easy, fast, delicious, and healthy meal! Read more
Easily cooked collard greens, bright, garlicky, and crisp-tender. And the best part? You will only need 4-6 ingredients and less than 15 minutes to make them! It is a wonderful way to serve these healthful, somewhat bitter greens. Read more
I've made up this version of stroganoff with crab stick, and bocconcini and my family loved it. And as usual in Brazil, Stroganoff is best served with potato sticks. Read more
Cheaper than going out to a restaurant and just as good as the chef made scallops, you will love these mouthwatering sea scallops with spinach cream! They are a luxury, and a feeling of fine dining washes over you when you have it with a glass of your favourite wine in hand. Read more
A whole filet mignon (or beef tenderloin) is a lean cut of premium beef and one of the most tender cuts of beef you can cook and is ideal for roast beef. The Roquefort (blue cheese) creamy sauce is simple to prepare and delicious to serve with the roast beef. Read more
Have dinner on the table in under half an hour with this pan-fried Yellowfin tuna fillets topped with a creamy Dijon sauce with hints of herb and garlic. Read more
Air fryer scallops are a revelation - Ready in less than 10 minutes! They are simple to prepare and need very few ingredients… olive oil and seasoning… simple… delicious… absolutely succulent and wonderfully tender. If you have never tried air fryer scallops. Give it a go. Read more
The best part about this dish, unlike a traditional soufflé, is that it’s incredibly easy to make; you don’t have to whip up any egg whites. All you do is boil the carrots until tender, purée them in a food processor or blender with the other ingredients, pour the mixture into a casserole dish and bake. It has everything you love about soufflés: an airy, delicate texture that almost melts in your mouth, and, of course, the sweetness and vivid colour of carrots. Read more
 
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