Simple Tomato Soup

Some tomato soups are more involved, such as boiling your tomatoes and peeling them roasting garlic with veggies, etc. We wanted to share a very quick and simple recipe with you that you can make with very limited time, but that will satisfy every time. Shown here with added Haas avocado and fresh organic basil…

Guest Post: Roasted Butternut Squash Coconut Curry Soup

Hello Friends! Nutty Kitchen is happy to share a fantastic recipe from our friend and doctor, Dr. Steven Sorr from Source of Health Natural Medical Center. This is not just a super tasty soup recipe, but also an opportunity to take a moment to look at his website and learn more about natural medical options,…

Pan Fried Smelts

Hello there! It’s been a while, a long while actually. Here at NK we still eat real food, shop locally and continue to work on reducing our environmental footprint. We are huge fans of sardines and healthy sustained fish. Whether frozen or fresh, smelts are deliciously pleasing every time. Smelts are a family of small…

Avocado Potato Salad

Try this very refreshing potato salad variation. Your friends will love you for bringing this over to your favorite outing. Enjoy! NK   Ingredients: 2 large avocados 3 medium sized redskin potatoes (each is the size of about a tennis ball) 2 tbsps finely diced red onion 1 peeled and cubed into small 1/2 inch…

Jumbo Prawns in Silky Tomato Sauce

We’ve been experimenting with some amazing things, stay tuned for more great things coming up really soon – you’ll love them for the summer.   Ingredients 4 vine ripe tomatoes, chopped Tablespoon coconut oil 2 large cloves garlic, minced 1 6oz can tomato paste 2 large yellow onions, sliced thin to medium Sea Salt to…

Pumpkin Curry Soup

This soup can be served chilled or hot. The ingredients are so complimentary to each other and the curry and ginger lift the flavor profile to something almost floral. You can finish it with some crispy bacon, or labne or your favorite herb. Ingredients for a big pot of soup that serves 6 – 8…

Savory Calamari & Cod: Thai Inspired

Although we’ve been cooking as usual, we haven’t really shared recipes consistently and we are sorry for that. We are back and you can expect consistent posts. Thank you for  your continued visits and recreation of our dishes. Ingredients 2 cups calamari tentacles 1/2 lb cod, cut into 1/2 inch pieces (you could also use…

Cucumber Relish

Henry, my wonderful husband, surprised me with this dish of love when I got home from a really long day of work recently. This dish is so incredibly refreshing, light and satisfying that it erased all the clutter of my day, and I hope that it does the same for you. It is a make…

Poppy Seed Banana Torte

We love poppy seed anything, and wanted to share an easy, but delicious torte that you can make for your family or for a gift to bring to a friends house. With the holiday season slowly approaching, it will be nice to have another healthy choice on the dinner table. This will surely make it…

Wild Black Rice Burger Patties with Dover Sole

It’s been a little while since we posted last, so very much has happened – the most important and sad is that we have lost our boy Tiger, who you see on our last post. We have not had the heart or mindset until now to think of other things. We will miss him forever!…

Jo’s Indian Spiced Comfort Ground Beef

Sweet husband of mine made this fabulous dish for me. He had it waiting with the most perfectly baked Yucca, and had the perfect wine to pair, thanks Eric! I am truly lucky in every way. I was so smitten with these tastes that you, too, should be able to enjoy such a perfect combination…

Mixed Ceviche (without Onions)

We love ceviche just about every way. This past spring we enjoyed some variations with juices and coconut milk  in Bogotá, Colombia. In my opinion, Colombia has some of the tastiest ceviche. Ours today has three different seafood in it, for taste and texture. We chose to leave the onions out of this dish this…