This flavorful Korean beef recipe is ready in less than 30 minutes. It’s made with pre-sliced sirloin steak and does not require marinating the beef. Simply stir-fry the beef, add the sauce, garnish and serve. I like to add cooked and dried shirataki noodles to the skillet to absorb the sauce, but you can skip the noodles and serve this Korean beef over steamed rice. Click for the recipe
It’s official: baked plantain chips are my new favorite snack. I’ve always been curious about the big, fat plantains I always see at the grocery store. They looked like bananas, but I knew they were different, and upon researching online, I quickly learned that unlike bananas, plantains (considered a safe starch) require cooking. Green plantains are starchy, not sweet at all, and can be fried or baked; yellow, ripe plantains are mildly sweet and are excellent when sauteed with butter or coconut oil and cinnamon.
So. These baked plantain chips. Wow. Delicious, mildly spicy, and very flavorful. Great with guacamole, just as great on their own. And so easy to make! The only difficult part in this recipe is slicing the plantain thinly enough to produce crisp chips – the thinner you can get them, the crispier they will be, but I can tell you from personal experience that even the too-thick slices are delicious. They’re not as crispy, but nevertheless they are very, very tasty. Click for the recipe
Taco salad makes a quick, tasty weeknight dinner. Simply sauté the beef with some onions, add spices, then build your salad. Bagged salad greens and store-bought salsa make this taco salad recipe especially fast, and you could obviously use store-bought taco seasoning too. Click for the recipe
The idea is genius: bake your salmon in a wrap, to retain its moisture, only this particular wrap is edible, and lends extra flavor and texture to the salmon. When I saw this recipe over at Mark Sisson’s blog, I knew immediately that it was going to be easy and delicious, and I wasn’t disappointed. A great option for a quick and healthy weeknight dinner, this nori wrapped salmon is ready in 20 minutes. Click for the recipe
Making homemade chocolate is easy, and when you make it at home, you know exactly what goes into your chocolate and can avoid unwanted additives such as soy lecithin. Using coconut oil makes this delicious homemade chocolate extra healthy, but also extra melty, so keep it in the fridge and remove 5 minutes before serving. Click for the recipe
Delicious oven-fried chicken, crispy on the outside and very juicy on the inside, coated with a gluten-free mix of almond meal and Parmesan. Click for the recipe
Green beans are roasted in a hot oven until just-tender, then seasoned with garlic, red pepper flakes and Parmesan. Click for the recipe