This is such a pretty meal to start the week! The prep for this is cutting up apples- not bad, huh? The recipe calls for blackberries, but I think you could easily substitute any berry you have on hand. To make this SCD friendly be sure to use pure balsamic vinegar otherwise leave it out.
Hello avocado! Yes, my obsession continues! Mix a little lemon and tuna and voila, you have yourself a meal. Serve with a pile of veggies and you are good to go with leftovers for lunch tomorrow. Check your labels on the tuna.
In keeping with our simple meal prep this week, I bring you the sheet pan meal. What a great concept, right? The cutting of chicken and veggies is as hard as this one gets and boy does it look tasty. Leave out the tortillas and sour cream, but add some homemade salsa and avocado (I’m hopeless, right?) and this is a DELISHIOUS meal.
Hello grill time! Don’t these look amazing? To make SCD legal, use the Asian Sauce (I linked below) to substitute for the soy sauce. Just a heads up: These need to MARINATE for 30-60 minutes before cooking. Serve with a side of Watermelon and you’ve got summer!
Grilled Steak Kabobs by Life in the Lofthouse using SCD Asian Sauce from the Recipes for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet by Raman Prasad
The best part of this recipe is you can put whatever you want in it. The picture shows mixed greens, cubed turkey, hard boiled eggs and fresh parmesan. Feel free to add any other veggie you want into the mix.
For a dressing mix: 1/2 C olive oil, 1/2 C vinegar, 1 clove of garlic- grated, 1 tsp. of ground mustard, a pinch of salt and black pepper to taste. Store leftover dressing in fridge in an air-tight container.
It’s Friday night fish fry and this dinner is so quick to make! It’s what I LOVE about fish! If butter gives you trouble try using ghee or olive oil.
I saved the special meal for Saturday this week. If you haven’t tried lamb, this is a great recipe to start. Prep is very simple. Cook time is about an hour and a half and then the meat should rest for 30 minutes. Add a side of mashed cauliflower or broccoli florets and you have yourself a feast!
I would love to hear which recipe was your favorite this week. Share in the comments!