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Crazy Salmon

Crazy Salmon

This is a recipe for salmon that I have come across from simply experimenting with different spices combinations. I may be breaking some rules, but it tastes good to me and my family. However the picture I have our from a version of this where the fish was stale. The fish looked fresh, but tastes … Continue reading

Primal Grilled Cheese

Primal Grilled Cheese

    This is a little tricky to reproduce due to the dynamics of my gas stove top. I have 5 different heat levels (one for each stove burner) and the one I use here is 15,000 btus. What might work for me might be too cool or hot for someone else. Although the trick here … Continue reading

Takiyaki Broccoli

Takiyaki Broccoli

My sister originally called this a Takiyaki broccoli instead of teriyaki when she had it. It has a nice ring to it so I have been calling this recipe this for awhile.  Its not a true teriyaki, but its a similar taste. I prefer to use a microwave since its much faster, however there is … Continue reading

Gluten-Free Stuffing

Gluten-Free Stuffing

This is a slow recipe that is easier to do over a few days rather than all at once.You could do it all in one day but it might take 5-7 hours. My technique for cooking for Thanksgiving this year was creating a lot of the foods almost a week before and refrigerating them until … Continue reading

Fried Turkey Burgers

Fried Turkey Burgers

This is from a recipe from my aunt. I believe she got her recipe from Primal Cuisine but haven’t read the book so I don’t know for sure. I have modified it to be more fatty so you don’t need to eat as much to get full. I also use saturate fats instead of monounsaturated … Continue reading

Iron Zuke and Onions

Iron Zuke and Onions

Its been a long time since I posted a recipe. And this one should work. Its not quite perfect so I will note the corrections in the recipe itself to make it more flavorful. Since I used such a small skillet I had to use 2 cups of water to get it to cook evenly. … Continue reading

Potato Kugel Gluten-Free

Potato Kugel Gluten-Free

I got the base recipe for this from the New York Times Passover Cookbook. However I had to modify so it was gluten-free. You could use tapioca flour I think, but I’m using Yehuda’s Gluten-free cake meal instead. It consists of tapioca, honey, potato starch and salt. It doesn’t always hold together that well either, … Continue reading

Parve Palak

Parve Palak

Sagg is a leafy vegetable, Palak is Spinach. Thanks for pointing that Peri out. Its usually accompanied by potatoes or cheese also called Paneer. Sagg Paneer is often what you get at Indian restaurants. Unfortunately its not parve so I had to modify it. I used a recipe by Aarti Sequeira from foodnetwork.com. Its a … Continue reading

Flourless Pumpkin Almond Bread

Flourless Pumpkin Almond Bread

This was from a recipe I posted on my facebook page. Its from caveman site, I will post the link up when I figure out where I left the URL. However its been modified to be pumpkin flavored. Unfortunately I don’t think you can do brachos over this. It contains no grain which was one … Continue reading

Flismy Sweet Potato Latkes

Flismy Sweet Potato Latkes

I’ve tried a variety of gluten-free flours (coconut, almond, quinoa flour and arrow root) to make sweet potato latkes. The quinoa flour which isn’t cheap so far works the best. It doesn’t taste good until you cook it too. The biggest problem is that a sweet potato simply isn’t as stiff and starchy as a regular potato. … Continue reading