Clean Food Daily: Melt in Your Mouth Gluten Free Appetizers

Clean Food Daily: Melt in Your Mouth Gluten Free Appetizers

Debbie Andrews

Language: English

Pages: 25

ISBN: 2:00131703

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Clean foods are foods free of artificial preservatives, food coloring (such as yellow dye and red dye), fungicides, growth hormones, fumigants, ripening agents and processed and packaged to last through transportation for long periods of time. Clean foods are as close to Mother Nature as possible. Clean foods are fresh, locally grown and in-season.

It is vital to our health and well being to eat organically grown food. These delicious recipes will melt in your mouth and look spectacular on your table for family and guests. If you are on a time crunch and need simple, on the go foods then this is your recipe book. Here is one of the recipes that will only take 10 minutes and is a great hit and party favorite:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

garlic, honey, and spices and stir. Add the cut up chicken to the marinate making sure the it is covered well and put in the fridge for about 3-4 hours. Pull the chicken out of the marinade and leave on a plate while you prepare the grille. On medium heat cook for only 5-8 minutes. I always make sure the chicken is well cooked but be careful not to allow it to dry out. Look inside to see if it is pink and keep cooking if it is. You can baste continuously while you are cooking for added flavor.

garlic, honey, and spices and stir. Add the cut up chicken to the marinate making sure the it is covered well and put in the fridge for about 3-4 hours. Pull the chicken out of the marinade and leave on a plate while you prepare the grille. On medium heat cook for only 5-8 minutes. I always make sure the chicken is well cooked but be careful not to allow it to dry out. Look inside to see if it is pink and keep cooking if it is. You can baste continuously while you are cooking for added flavor.

Tbsp. cumin 1/2 tsp. paprika 1 Fresh Lemon (12 black olives, jumbo size) for decoration salt, to taste Preparation Place the chickpeas (drained), tahini, garlic, and cumin in a blender or food processor. Turn on and slowly pour in the reserved liquid, and then process for an additional 10 seconds or so. At this point you should have a creamy dip. Stir in the salt and lemon juice until you’re happy with the taste of the hummus. Spoon the hummus into a serving dish and sprinkle on a

sauce 2 teaspoons molasses salt and cayenne pepper 1 cup shelled pecan halves Preparation Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Combine the tamari and molasses. Season, to taste, with salt and cayenne pepper. Toss with the pecans until they are well coated. Transfer the pecans onto a kitchen towel and allow to briefly drain. Roast the pecans on an icing rack until the pecans are fairly dry and toasted. Remove from the oven and allow to cool. Smoked Salmon Spread on Rice Crackers

tomatoes and parsley. Enjoy! Grape Elicious (Serves 4-6) I will bet none of your friends have had roasted grapes. There could be no easier addition to your presentation of food to your party setting than this dish. It is especially fabulous during the grape season when the supermarkets are stocked with the freshest of the season. Try to find organic grapes that have not been sprayed. They taste better. Keep the bunches attached to the vine and then clip after roasting into smaller

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