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I did my week one planning by following the book's sample plan (pork carnitas are the bomb, BTW!) We were less than impressed by the sunshine sauce, however. It was OK, but not great. But I have a lot leftover, probably about a cup? What can I use it for in a recipe that kind of hides it? I don't want to use it as salad dressing our veggie dip, but rather a compliment to something... Any ideas?
I am in a quandary. I often have this issue and I am hoping for some new ideas! I roasted a couple of chickens last night over a bed of carrots, parsnips, brussel sprouts, garlic cloves and a few red skinned potatoes--for hubby and my older daughter. Now comes today... what do I do with the left over veg? Back before Whole30, I would have mixed some of root veg with a cheese sauce and served over pasta with chunks of ham, but can't really do that now. I am not a fan of cold roasted veg, at least not veg cooked this way, under meat. Hmmm.... Thoughts? Suggestions? Smoosh the cooked veg into patties and reheat that way? Bound with egg and a little almond flour? (That might actually work!) I know what I am doing with the bones though--bone broth! This is actually going to be part of my new Whole30-90 that I am going to do after the first of the year. I am going to roast 2 chickens at the beginning of the week for 'lunch meat' and bone broth. As an aside--I did a Whole30 at the end of summer and did really well and I was happy with the results, but I could have been better and my husband's reintroduction was pretty loose and fast, so we are starting over Jan.1.