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, which as you all know we truly endorse. Thank you Steven for this wonderful and simple dish!  Ingredients: 1 Medium-sized Butternut Squash 2 – 3 cups of Brussels Sprouts, halved 2 cups of chopped mushrooms 1 – 3  tbsps Coconut oil 1 Medium Onion, diced … Continue reading Guest Post: Roasted Butternut Squash Coconut Curry Soup

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 of Indian spice blends…in a non-traditional Indian dish. Make it in advance and wow your family and friends. Ingredients: 3 lb. grassed beef, we buy ours from Date Creek Ranch (thank you!) 3 Tbsp Ghee 2 Inches of Ginger (peel) 4 Large Onions 2 Cinnamon … Continue reading Jo’s Indian Spiced Comfort Ground Beef

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 time, and we did not miss them, actually. It is very important to get enough lime juice and the proper balance of spices. I am not a big fan of adding spices in which the dish is marinating, rather we prefer to sprinkle cayenne and … Continue reading Mixed Ceviche (without Onions)

Crab Cakes

We can never eat crab cakes because of the breading, but I love them. We haven’t eaten one in years, but recently, amazing Chef, Abbie accommodated me by making me gluten-free crab cakes. Thank you Chef Abbie! She has a wonderful restaurant in tucked away, but worthwhile to visit Cottonwood, AZ. We took a quick drive up to see our family that was visiting the Grand Canyon, and on the way down we met for a most wonderful day ending at Abbie’s. Our cousin, Rick Schwartz radio personality, treated us that night – thank you so much and it was … Continue reading Crab Cakes

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

Zwetschkenknoedel Nutty Kitchen Style

YUMMM! That’s all we can say. I grew up eating these all the time, but they were made with flour. The end of summer is perfect for these as the European plums are in season and they have just the perfect ripeness and flavor. The original dumplings are made with dough from flour and are boiled and then rolled in buttered bread crumbs, which believe me were amazing. But for those of us who can’t have gluten or simply chose not to, these are a terrific alternative. We made ours with Yuca root aka Cassava and they are just out … Continue reading Zwetschkenknoedel Nutty Kitchen Style