All recipes and meals are made with organic, real food and/or NON-GMO products.
Steak and Potatoes
~ grass fed beef
~ tons of seasoning
~ olive oil
1. marinate beef with water, olive oil, and seasonings
2 cook on grill…I prefer my meat RED in the middle, but hubby likes it a bit more cooked 🙁
3. coat potatoes in olive oil and seasonings of choice
4. after potatoes are done, open and add butter to the inside
6. Dino does NOT like steak at all…he had some potato but chose to have leftover chicken instead.
Meatballs and Sauce with Pasta
~ grass fed ground beef
~ pasta sauce
~ bread crumbs
~ seasonings of choice
1. mix egg, bread crumbs seasonings (turmeric and italian seasoning), and ground beef together
2 shape into meatballs and bake at 350 degrees until mostly cooked
3. mix veggies of choice in sauce and slowly simmer the sauce
4. add meatballs to sauce to finish cooking and give sauce a tasty flavor
5. boil pasta and mix with a small amount of sauce to keep from sticking together when cooked.
6. Mix together and serve.
6. DINO loved the meatballs and veggies…will make for great leftovers.
Roasted Chicken and Veggies…YES I made it again…I LOVE it.
~ whole chicken
~ potatoes and sweet potatoes
~ olive oil and seasoning...
1. coat chicken with olive oil and seasoning
2. marinate veggies
3. Place everything in a cast iron skillet
4. bake at 350 until chicken is cooked through
5. Once again, cooking a big chicken before a storm is a great idea…lefotvers of chicken salad make a great lunch or dinner. I plan on making quesadillas with the leftover chicken as well.
Curry Brown Rice with Veggies and Chicken Sausage
~ brown rice
~ curry, turmeric, cilantro, and Italian seasoning blend
~ chicken apple sausage (pre-cooked)
~ olive oil and butter
~ follow directions to make couscous in cast iron pot add seasonings and…(add your own combo of butter and olive oil)
~ After rice has begun to simmer, add sliced sausage and frozen veggies of your choice and cover pot
~ occasionally mix to stir in all flavor
~ Once cooked, serve or reheat the next day
Can be added to broth or used to make quesadillas. Even served with sauce it’s delicious.
Yes, buying organic/NON-GMO is expensive. Until there is a big change in food production and what consumers buy, healthy choices will always be more expensive. If you want to start small with organic…here are some great tips.
How to eat organic on a budget. Practical ways to eat well when you can’t afford organic. Dear Mom who can’t afford organic.
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