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Hey all! I have a vegetable garden and it's producing TONS of eggplant. I'm getting bored of grilled eggplant... does anyone have any eggplant recipes they like? I tried (and failed!) to do a stir fry last week... and when I search online, it seems that every cooking site pairs eggplant with cheese :/ TIA for any recommendations!
Hey all! I'm pretty new to Whole30, and last night I was hungry before bed (and, honestly, it being day 2 I was worried about intense sugar cravings!). I did some googling and came across "Golden Milk Tea" (or tea latte). There are a lot of variations out there on how to make this, but the consistent factors seem to be: almond or coconut milk, herbal tea, tumeric, and cinnamon. The spices were great - tumeric is a must IMO. Here's my very rough recipe - adapt to fit your tea cache and spice cabinet. Golden Milk Tea Latte Serves 2 - 1 can lite coconut milk (could probably use regular, but this is what I had on hand) - 1 chamomile teabag - 1 dandelion root teabag (anything else with a subtle sweetness would work) - Spices: cinnamon, tumeric, cardamom, cloves (Could probably use ginger, orange zest too) Bring the milk to a simmer, add your teabags and spices, then cover, turn off the heat, and let it sit while you change into PJs. Then strain, pour, and enjoy!
Total prep time: ~30 mins Potatoes prepared & cooked this way (except w/ olive oil instead of butter): https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/220520/classic-hash-browns/, then added to sauté-ing finely chopped mushrooms & onions (cook in pan for 4-5 mins on medium heat before adding potatoes). Then added ~1/4 cup coconut flour (for funsies to see if it would add good texture; it did! But do so only if you like the taste of coconut, else perhaps try another compliant flour), then added pan fried bay scallops (I'm sure there's good instructions online, but I just winged it; ~5 mins on medium-high heat, flipping a few times). All seasoned with salt, black pepper, & red chili pepper flakes (add only if you like spice)!