365 Project: Recipes 346-365

IMG_5948

Just in time for the end of the year. Here are the final recipes from my 365 challenge.

346. Lemon Dijon Slaw

IMG_5751

Source: Original

Notes: I mixed shredded cabbage with a tablespoon of lemon juice, a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, and three parts dijon to one part vegan mayo.

Rating: LOVED

347. Huevos Rancheros Casserole

IMG_5753

Source: Alaska from Scratch 

Notes: This versatile dish can be served for breakfast or dinner.

Rating: Liked

348. Navy Bean Soup

IMG_5770

Source: My Recipes

Notes: I substituted Navy beans for Flageolet beans.

Rating: Liked

349. Wait Until Dark and Stormy

IMG_5774

Source: Gone with the Gin 

Notes: This book has twists on classic cocktails that are all movie themed.

Rating: LOVED

350. Herb Egg Wrap

IMG_5782

Source: Original

Notes: This was an egg, mozzarella, mushrooms, and kale and tucked in a brown rice wrap.

Rating: Liked

351. Cider and Clove Ham

IMG_5783

Source: Food and Wine

Notes: I used the leftovers for sandwiches.

Rating: Liked

352. Pink Lemon Drop Martini

IMG_5815

Source: Original

Notes: This was 1 oz citrus vodka, 1 oz lemon liquor, 1/2 oz of vermouth, and topped with pink lemonade.

Rating: LOVED

353. Dinomint Smoothie

IMG_5859

Source: Original

Notes: This smoothie was dinosaur kale, spirulina, mint, and pineapple blended with protein powder and coconut milk.

Rating: Liked

354. Invasion of the Toddy Snatchers

IMG_5868

Source: Gone with the Gin 

Notes: This was a variation of a Hot Toddy.

Rating: LOVED

355. Steamed Balsamic Breakfast

IMG_5869

Source: Original

Notes: I’ve been playing around with different ways to poach eggs and the steamer basket is my favorite. I also steamed kale and mushrooms and drizzled with balsamic vinegar.

Rating: Liked

356. “Peanut Noodles”

IMG_5870

Source: Kelley and Cricket

Notes: This is a paleo version of one of my favorite Asian dishes.

Rating: LOVED

357. Sloopy in Seatle

IMG_5874

Source: Gone with the Gin 

Notes: This is an espresso cocktail. It wasn’t as good as an Irish Coffee.

Rating: Okay

358. Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

IMG_5882

Source: Original

Notes: Gluten-free baking is always trial and error. This was error. These came out way too thin and burned as a result.

Notes: Pass

359. Chocolate Clementine Shake

IMG_5899

Source: Original

Notes: This was two clementines, chocolate protein powder, kale, and filtered water.

Notes: Liked

360. Garlic and Herb Ghee Steak

IMG_5906

Source: Original

Notes: I melted ghee and garlic in a pan then cooked a steak with parsley and tarragon.

Rating: Liked

361. Sweet and Tangy Chicken Salad

IMG_5909

Source: Original

Notes: I mixed vegan mayo, dijon, siracha, and horseradish and tossed with chicken and dried cranberry.

Rating: LOVED

362. Palacsinta

IMG_5913

Source: Original

Notes: I adapted my grandmother’s recipe to make this gluten-free. I used rice flour and date sugar in place of white flour and processed sugar. This is like making pancakes or crepes but so much lighter. My grandma recommends letting the dough sit for a couple of hours and adding a cup of seltzer before putting the batter in the pan. You can fill them with meat, Nutella, or your favorite fillings. I do what my grandma did which was fill some with cottage cheese and some with jam.

Rating: LOVED

363. Asparagus Skillet

IMG_9947 2

 

Source: Primavera Kitchen

Notes: This was an easy low carb dinner.

Rating: LOVED

364. Green Bean and Quinoa Salad

IMG_5933

Source: French Market Cookbook

Notes: I substituted quinoa in place of red rice.

Rating: LOVED

365.Coconut Curry

IMG_5934

Source: Orginal

Notes: I sauteed chicken and cauliflower in coconut oil. When cooked through I added 1 tsp of cumin, 1 tsp of coriander, 1 tsp of curry powder, 1/2 tsp of cloves, tarragon and a can of reduced fat coconut milk. I let it boil and covered and reduced to a simmer for 10 minutes. I added 2 tsp of tapioca starch to thicken the sauce.

Rating: LOVED

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s