Cranberry Sauce

I have tasted many cranberry sauces and most of them are delicious, but usually too sweet for our taste. Try ours, you’ll be sure to like the well balanced tastes and it partners well with a variety of proteins aside from Turkey. Our recipe will yield 4 jars of sauce. We always make extra as it’s great to have around. The antioxidants and health benefits of cranberries are fabulous, and the palm sugar’s low glycemic index rating make this a superfood in our book. For reading more about the health benefits of cranberries, visit The Cranberry Institute. Ingredients: 4 – … Continue reading Cranberry Sauce

Fresh Vietnamese Spring Rolls

It’s about time that we share our fresh spring rolls with you. Our favorite version is this one, clean, fresh and delicious, perfectly suitable for lunch or an appetizer. The beauty about making your own spring rolls is that you can pretty much chose any ingredients that you like and enjoy, as long as they are fresh. Celebrate fresh ingredients whenever you can! Here are our ingredients for our fresh rolls: get a package of rice paper for spring rolls (you will have a lot left over for next time) baby arugula basil (remove all large stems) mint (leaves only) … Continue reading Fresh Vietnamese Spring Rolls

Harvest Pomegranate Chutney

Thank you all for being patient – we have been burning the candle at both ends; thus the tardy post. I began my Yoga Teacher Training and you can follow my journal here. We made this chutney a few weeks ago in anticipation of fall, and have made it a few times since. It really is very easy to make and quite tasty. Some major qualities of this tasty fruit are: Antioxidant power house Helps to prevent Osteoarthritis Helps to promote heart health It’s known to lower blood pressure It has cancer fighting agents It’s great for your gum and … Continue reading Harvest Pomegranate Chutney

Egg-Dijon Salad Dressing

We love a good oil and vinegar dressing, but ever so often we crave a bit more; looks like we have hit one of those plateaus, you can certainly expect a few more recipes coming your way. Today, we’d like to introduce a simple, but different and delicious dressing for your favorite salad. We served this dressing on top of some fabulous chilled organic butter lettuce. Here is what you need to make this dressing 2 hard boiled eggs, very finely chopped 1/2 cup of extra virgin olive oil 2 tbsp organic dijon mustard fresh cracked pepper to taste sea … Continue reading Egg-Dijon Salad Dressing

Recipe Index

Hello Nutty Kitchen fans and friends! We’ve been sharing and serving up tasty dishes for well over a year now, and have been meaning to make things a lot easier for you to find. Many of you have provided us with amazing comments and suggestions we thank you for that. Please keep your comments and suggestions coming, we are always looking for feedback, experiences, and new twists to foods. We’ve indexed a couple hundred recipes for you in 13 categories. Please let us know what you think of our index. If you come across a recipe that is not indexed … Continue reading Recipe Index

Fresh Mint and Greek Yogurt Sauce

We were considering posting this sauce as part of our lamb chops this weekend, but then we made some amazing salmon on the grill. Henry has mastered how to cook salmon so that it is perfectly crispy on the outside and moist and perfectly cooked on the inside. This sauce, amazingly, is almost more delicious with the salmon than the lamb…You Decide­čÖé please let us know. Ingredients: 1 bunch of fresh mint 2 limes (juice only) 5 garlic cloves Sea salt and fresh cracked black pepper to taste 1 cup of greek full fat yogurt (we used Fage) How to … Continue reading Fresh Mint and Greek Yogurt Sauce

Baked Taro Chips

Behold the Baked Taro Chips! We make these anytime we want some sturdy dipping chips. ┬áThese are awesome to make ahead of time for guacamole, salsa or a great yogurt dip. ┬áThey are hardy and very tasty, easy to make and a must try. Taro root is a great alternative to potato chips but must be cooked properly to avoid toxicity! B Ingredients 1 Large Taro Root 2 Tbsp Coconut Oil Salt and Pepper to taste How to make these amazingly tasty and easy treats: Preheat oven to 400 degrees (we heat ours to 400 convection) Remove outer peel from … Continue reading Baked Taro Chips

Rosemary-Lemon Yogurt Sauce

Ahhh, it getting so nice and warm here in Arizona, and we’ve fired up our BBQ already. We just picked up a whole lamb, but processed and packaged into perfect pieces by Kenny and Brenna Aschbacher of the Fish Hugger. Fabulous lamb guys! ┬áTry this delicious sauce with grilled lamb chops and on top of a bed of our kale salad. What’s in the sauce you ask?­čÖé 1 cup of full fat Greek yogurt 1/2 of a large and super juicy lemon a pinch of sea salt a bit of fresh ground black pepper 2 cloves of garlic 1 small … Continue reading Rosemary-Lemon Yogurt Sauce

Raw Kale Salad

We love Kale cooked or raw. Kale is incredibly nutritious and healthy. Here is what you will need for our ultra fresh and refreshing Raw Kale Salad: This recipe will make enough for many salads, we like ours with very light dressing, so it even lasts longer. 1 – 2 bunches of fresh Kale, thoroughly washed and dried, stems cut off 2 – 3 golden (chilled beets) optional 1 cup of “fine” extra virgin olive oil, use some really good stuff if your purse permits 1 1/2 lemon juice, get a nice big and juicy one 2 – 3 dried … Continue reading Raw Kale Salad