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Recipes tagged with: cindy's table

Stracciatella (Italian Egg Drop Soup)
  • Time: 20 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Stracciatella (Italian Egg Drop Soup)

This recipe was created just because!  It was a little chilly out and I wanted to make soup.  All I had were eggs, spinach, chicken broth and of course my Italian spices.   So yummy....   

At first my husband said; "no thanks" then decided to have a bowl.. Next thing I saw he was licking the bowl.  Really Glenn!  I just wish I had my camera handy...  

 

Strawberry and Apple Jam
  • Time: 30 Minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Strawberry and Apple Jam

At the lake we always have a lot of fruit to make salads, desserts or to just cut up and put out when we have company.  (which is a lot).  For some reason both my husband and I picked up 2 one pound packages of strawberries.  

I try to do an inventory check in the refrigerator a couple times a week.  Don't you hate when good food ends up in the back of the refrigerator and it goes bad.  I certainly do!  

This weekend I think strawberry short cake will be a great dessert for our family get-together and we will pick up fresh strawberries but to keep the ones we have and before they go bad I thought about making a jam to preserve them.  Since there are 2 apples in the refrigerator draw I will be incorporating them as well.

Stuffed Cabbage Pie
  • Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Stuffed Cabbage Pie

I had all of the ingredients to make my Paleo stuffed cabbage and planned to use ground turkey but as I was looking at my spring form pan I was quickly inspired.

This is a great paleo recipe to serve to family or guests and really easy to prepare.

Here are some Tips!

1. You should always have extra marinara on hand.  When you do make it - go ahead and take out that large pot and freeze in a 2 cup container.

2. You can cook the cabbage in the microwave - Remove the core of the cabbage then add to a large glass bowl and fill 1/4 the way of water.  Cover with clear wrap and set for 12 minutes.  Carefully remove from microwave and rinse under cold water and the leaves will easily remove.

 

Stuffed Manicotti Meatballs
  • Time: 3 hours
  • Complexity: easy

Stuffed Manicotti Meatballs

My Nana and I would stuff Manicotti's for Sunday dinner.  She would love to get them ready in the morning then we would bake them for dinner.  Her and I would mostly eat the inside stuffing. I decided to make the filling as meatballs and they were amazing.  I served over a vegetable primavera pasta.  Super yummy!  Go ahead and enjoy this Italian classic.

 

Stuffed Pork Roast
  • Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Stuffed Pork Roast

Are you looking for the perfect Easter dish?  Then head over to D&D Market in Hartford or Wethersfield, CT.  All of the ingredients for this amazing came from one store!  For this recipe you do need to butterfly the roast for stuffing.  I recommend you asking one of the nice gentleman behind the counter and they would be more than happy to assist and provide you with kitchen twine.

PS

If you want this a true Paleo recipe then omit the cheese but it's really good with it.  You decided...

 

Stuffed Spinach and Ricotta
  • Complexity: medium

Stuffed Spinach and Ricotta

You can do everything for this meal in one pot! I used my Le Creuset Braising Pan.

During my travel from Tuscany to Rome this dish was on many menus and it did not come with pasta. This is a light and healthy recipe and it is Gluten Free. If you are looking for a paleo recipe version you would have to omit the ricotta cheese and perhaps add sausage, mushrooms or other ingredients and pulse in your food processor.

I recently made these yummy Stuffed Spinach and Ricotta for company upon our return and served as a primi. I was extremely pleased that everyone enjoyed them including one guest that admitted to not liking spinach but I believe enjoyed about 4 balls! That always makes me happy!

I hope you enjoy these as much as we did.

I love to do my shopping at D&D Market! I used store brands for ricotta and frozen spinach which made this meal affordable and delicious!

 

Stuffed Zucchini Rolls
  • Complexity: medium

Stuffed Zucchini Rolls

Are you looking for a fun appetizer which is a delicious Italian Paleo Recipe and perfect for Entertaining!

 

Summer Chicken Kabobs
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Summer Chicken Kabobs

I just love my new Emily Henry Kabob Grilling Stone!  My husband really enjoyed making kabobs on this grilling stone.  Normally when we make kabobs I put the chicken on one skewer and vegetables on the other.  Also, I hate when the vegetables fall off the skewer and slip between the grates!  Using this grilling stone made our dinner easy and delicious.  The chicken and vegetables cook evenly together.

 

Summer Vegetable Cerviche
  • Time: 2 hours
  • Complexity: easy

Summer Vegetable Cerviche

I was recently on Better Connecticut preparing my Italian Cerviche and I also made a Summer Vegetable Cerviche to share as well.  

Summertime Meatball Sub
  • Complexity: medium

Summertime Meatball Sub

I love meatballs with cheese and sauce! I can do without the roll so this is my version of a meatball sub. Zucchini’s are so fresh in the summer! This is a great dipping meal.

 

Sun Butter and Macadamia Muffins
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Sun Butter and Macadamia Muffins

Every afternoon around 3pm I enjoy a cup of tea. I was looking around the pantry for something to eat with my tea and came up with these muffins. Keeping a stocked pantry comes in handy when you want a healthy muffin.

Sunday Lasagna
  • Complexity: medium

Sunday Lasagna

Every Sunday our entire family got together for an Italian dinner and lasagna was a family favorite!  I still treasure making lasagna with my Nana!

 

Sunday Roast Beef
  • Time: 2 hours
  • Complexity: medium

Sunday Roast Beef

I am not a big "beef" fan (just my personal preference) but my husband and all of our kids love roast beef.  I had a table of happy faces when we enjoyed this recipe for Sunday dinner.

Super Bowl Slow Cooker Pulled Pork
  • Time: 7 hours
  • Complexity: easy

Super Bowl Slow Cooker Pulled Pork

 

It's almost Super Bowl Sunday and we are cheering for the Patriots!  We are having a house full and I will be dropping this in the slow cooker Sunday morning then shredding before the game and keeping warm until our guests are ready to dig in.

Serving with cole slaw and for those who want a bun - we will  have one for you!  I love to add cole slaw to a bowl then top it with the pulled pork.  Perfect and #Paleo!

 

Sweet Chili Salmon
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Sweet Chili Salmon

This is a perfect Paleo seafood dinner for two. You can ask for 2 pieces of 6 ounce salmon and they will remove the skin gladly for you!  Say hello to Telly for me when you are at City Fish!  This salmon is great hot or cold.  

Just double up for 4!

 

Sweet Potato and Apple Fritter
  • Time: 40 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Sweet Potato and Apple Fritter

I make some sort of "cutlets" a few times a week.  Sometimes I call it "Milanese" because it sounds sexy! Tonight I wanted to make something with sweet potatoes on the side and came up with this recipe.  The apple really adds an extra layer of flavor.  

P.S.  These are really good! 

 

 

Sweet Potato Apple and Bacon Mini-PupCakes
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Sweet Potato Apple and Bacon Mini-PupCakes

I just love baking for Jake! Soon there will be two that will be enjoying healthy snacks from mom! These are so healthy and delicious for your pup.. Make my sweet potato, apple and bacon mini-pupcakes. I made them little because Jake is a little guy and I don't like to give him a lot of treats. You can make them any size you want or even in a baking dish and just cut up into pieces!

 

Sweet Potato Brownies
  • Time: 1 Hour
  • Complexity: easy

Sweet Potato Brownies

I have so many delicious recipes using sweet potatoes and my granddaughter loves chocolate and we made these together after our vacation to Florida.  Brooke wasn't sure at first about the sweet potato but we gave it a try and really liked it and hope you do too!

Tip: If you don't have a sweet potato handy then use sweet potato puree (keep it in your pantry!) or you can use canned pumpkin puree.

 

Sweet Potato Chips
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Sweet Potato Chips

Sweet Potato Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Sweet Potato Chocolate Chip Cookies

This recipe was created as I had leftover sweet potatoes and there are always mini-chocolate chips in the pantry.  Love #paleo cookie!

 

Sweet Potato Cottage Pie
  • Complexity: medium

Sweet Potato Cottage Pie

A cottage pie is like a shepherd’s pie, except that it’s made with beef, not lamb. Here, a hearty filling of ground beef, salty olives, savory tomatoes, and warming spices like chile powder, cumin, and cinnamon rein in the sweetness of the creamy sweet potato topping.

 

  • Time: 45 Minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Sweet Potato Fries

Sweet Potato Gnocchi
  • Complexity: medium

Sweet Potato Gnocchi

This Gluten Free Sweet potato gnocchi are light little bundles of deliciousness! I served them with my Nana’s Italian Pork Roast Sunday Dinner but I plan on making them again but plan to give them a quick saute in a butter and sage sauce and grill chicken on the side. I think this will be another great meal.

I love adding ricotta and fresh parmesan cheese in this recipe and you can certainly omit if dairy is not part of your meal group and that would make this a paleo recipe.

Be sure to take out your Kitchen IQ grater and Kitchen IQ zester.

 

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