Today’s recipe is inspired by a dish from one of my favourite Sydney restaurants Ester. They have a fantastic roasted cauliflower dish on their menu and this is my adaptation/tribute. It’s absolutely delicious with a touch of fancy schmancy. It would go well with any type of meat but I’d recommend it with white meat
We love guest recipes from Monica at the The Movement Menu and today she is sharing her version of paleo peanut butter cups, sans peanuts. Think of these as mini paleo chocolate cupcakes or truffles. This recipe has three different kinds of nuts, but Monica says you can use whatever nuts and nut butter you have on
Initially this recipe was meant to be date and nut, chocolate covered eggs, but as I was in the middle of the first stage, something came up and I had to finish up quickly. There was no time for to shape the eggs and coat them in chocolate, so instead I decided to assemble everything into a slice
Let’s get one thing straight – non-dairy cheese sauces will NEVER taste as good as the real cheese sauces. Nor will they have the same stringy, gooey consistency. BUT you can still make a pretty creamy and damn delicious paleo cheese substitute sauce that is similar in texture and savouriness to that made from cheese.
Satay, also known as sate, refers to a dish of grilled or barbecued skewers of diced marinated meat, served with a side of spicy, savoury sauce such as satay peanut sauce. The satay skewers originated in Indonesia but are commonly found in most of South East Asia. This post is about the satay sauce specifically