coconut tumeric chicken
Cooking for clients following the Autoimmune Paleo Diet has inspired Jenny Bryne to create dairy and seed free versions of some of her favorite recipes. Marinating this for several hours is key so that the lime, coconut and spices really penetrate the meat. Since the marinade takes about 5 minutes to throw together, she likes to marinate the chicken in the morning so that it’s ready to grill for dinner.
Seared Tuna with Smashed Cucumber & Ume Vinaigrette
Bright, crunchy and so ready for a warm Summer night, this AIP recipe is satisfyingly savory and has a real umami hit from the ume vinegar. Ume vinegar is made from umeboshi, cured Japanese plums, and is a great agent in ramping up saliva production (which is an often-forgotten and hugely important
grilled chicken tikka
This favorite recipe packs lots of flavor with very little effort. When using curry powder, make sure that you haven't had it in your cupboard for more than a year. Flavor and nutrient will fade with those forgotten spices, so head to your nearest store with a good bulk spice section and stock up on some new curry powder. Common Crown in Gloucester has two great options, one with salt (a little spicy) and one without salt (more mild). The longer you let this marinate the more flavor and more tender the chicken will be. I usually aim for about an hour.
Kale and Cabbage Slaw with Pistachio vinaigrette
Kale and cabbage, both members of the cruciferous family, are anti-inflammatory and rich in sulfur and vitamin C. Sulfur-rich foods can help the body detoxify from Lyme disease die off more effectively.
This is an incredibly clean side dish that pairs beautifully with grilled, seared or baked chicken or halibut. It is gluten and dairy free, and can easily be modified for folks working to clear up SIBO (substitute shallots with sliced scallion tops, and if you can't do asparagus use any other green vegetable that works for you).
Gluten free quiche recipe
This is a great make-ahead weekday breakfast or snack for the whole family, and can be eaten warm or at room temperature. Although this does contain dairy, it is far lighter and much more nutrient-dense than traditional quiche- Enjoy!
Fall is here, as mothers we are running from one activity to the next. My goal in sharing recipes is keeping the dinners simple and healthy and being realistic about what families will eat.
Enjoy these four new recipes as you transition from Summer to Fall