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Recipes tagged with: cindy's table

Sweet Potato Noodle Cakes
  • Complexity: medium

Sweet Potato Noodle Cakes

I just love making vegetable noodles!  My sweet potato noodle cakes were fun to make and they are a great side dish or we enjoyed them with over easy eggs at breakfast.  Any way you want to enjoy them is a great way!!

I love to use my Panderno spiral vegetable slicer, when spiraling my potatoes into noodles.

Sweet Potato Puffs
  • Complexity: medium

Sweet Potato Puffs

This is a great recipe to use up some of your Thanksgiving left overs! You can make this recipe by using up all the leftover sweet potatoes and combine it with simple ingredients, which are found in many refrigerators. Enjoy!

Sweet Potato Tater Tots
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Sweet Potato Tater Tots

All I can say is Paleo OMG these are amazing!  Breakfast, Lunch, Snack or with Dinner...   Enjoy

Cindy's Tip! If you don't want to wait the 45 plus minutes to bake the sweet potatoes just poke a few holes in them and microwave for 7-9 minutes.  Let cool then make those tater tots!

 

Sweet Potato Waffles
  • Time: 30 Minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Sweet Potato Waffles

I had a bunch of sweet potatoes on my counter and decided to try this recipe! It was really good and I added dried sage for a little added flavor and it was the perfect waffle!

 

Sweet Potato Wedges with Herbs
  • Complexity: medium

Sweet Potato Wedges with Herbs

We love sweet potatoes and I serve them several ways. Tonight I made Herb Rack of Lamb and thought this would be a perfect side!

 Perfect for serving in my Le Creuset Pumpkin Cocotte! 

Sweet Sunshine Baby Back Ribs
  • Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Sweet Sunshine Baby Back Ribs

My husband request ribs for dinner and I thought it was a brilliant idea.  I am working on a  Paleo Italian Cookbook and focus is very important.  I decided use my Sweet Sunshine  sauces and just keep in the oven all day until they just break apart off the bone.

 
While at the butcher asking about how much to get he suggested 1/2 rib per person.  Therefore, I got 1 rib for the two of us.
 
If you don’t have sweet sunshine sauce then you need to get some or use what you love or have handy!  
Swordfish Calabrian Style
  • Complexity: medium

Swordfish Calabrian Style

As an Italian I really enjoy trying new recipes form different areas. The Calabrian region is extremely beautiful and know as a “hidden treasure”. If you love Calabria try this recipe and listen to my friend Michael Castaldo to experience this region completely!

 

Swordfish with Eggplant Caponata
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Swordfish with Eggplant Caponata

The combination of the swordfish and eggplant make a wonderful combination to complete this dish.  Making caponata does take some time but worth the effort.

Follow the recipe for my Eggplant and Sausage Caponata and omit the sausage!

 

Tabbouleh and Hummus Platter
  • Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Tabbouleh and Hummus Platter

We love to entertain and I love to make a tabbouleh and hummus platter.  I usually put a little aside and for lunch I take a large romaine lettuce leaf add a few slices of thinly sliced turkey breast then a heaping on hummus and tabbouleh.  So delicious!

Tacos with Almond Meal Pizza Crust
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Tacos with Almond Meal Pizza Crust

My kids always loved taco night!  Now we have a Paleo taco night and just love them. I also enjoy these when my girlfriends come over for lunch.

 

Take 5 Carrot Cupcakes
  • Time: 1 hour

Take 5 Carrot Cupcakes

My granddaughter was excited to make these recipes from Food and Wine.  They were so yummy!

 

Tandoori Chicken
  • Time: 1 hour 45 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken is really yummy!  I love chicken and wanted to make something a little different and we really enjoyed this new dish.

Tarragon Chicken and Artichokes
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Tarragon Chicken and Artichokes

I have been cooking and cooking and cooking that I decided to make a 1 pot meal that was easy yet full of flavor.  I had everything in the kitchen to create this Tarragon Chicken and Artichokes dish.
This was so easy… enjoy

PS – Sorry I don’t have a picture of the completed dish. My husband came in late from a business trip and by the time we had a glass of wine, caught up from the day then ate I just forgot to take the final picture. I hope you believe me on how delicious and easy this was! A one pot meal..perfect

 

Tequila Shrimp
  • Time: 25 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Tequila Shrimp

Here is a great way to enjoy tequila and shrimp together!  A perfect paleo appetizer!

 

Thai Salmon Lettuce Wraps
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Thai Salmon Lettuce Wraps

I just love salmon - Yes I do...  Get over to City Fish and ask Telly for salmon and ask him to remove the skin for you.  Just to make it easy.  

I couldn't find gochujang sauce at the store so I went to my local Thai restaurant and asked for a small side with my take out!  

 

Thai Shrimp Soup
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Thai Shrimp Soup

Thanksgiving Turkey
  • Time: 3 hours
  • Complexity: medium

Thanksgiving Turkey

Turkey talk: If the turkey has been refrigerated, bring it to room temperature before cooking. Keep it in its plastic wrapping until you are ready to cook it. While in the refrigerator, and or while you are bringing it to room temp, have the bird resting in a pan or large dish, so that if the plastic covering leaks for any reason, the juices will stay in the pan/dish and not make a mess. If you are using a frozen turkey, you will need to defrost it in the refrigerator and it can take 3 days. Allow approximately 5 hours of defrosting for every pound.

Handle a raw turkey with the same amount of caution as when you handle raw chicken - use a separate cutting board and utensils to avoid contaminating other foods. Wash you hands with soap before touching anything else in the kitchen. Use paper towels to clean up.

 

The Best Coffee Cake Ever
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

The Best Coffee Cake Ever

We love the Pioneer Woman and wanted to share this amazing recipe!

 

The Perfect Poached Egg
  • Time: 20 Minutes
  • Complexity: easy

The Perfect Poached Egg

Poached eggs are my favorite for breakfast, over a burger or on a salad.

To me the perfect poach egg is when the white is not runny and the yolk just begins to harden a round the edges but when you cut into it you get that flowing yolk. (I love dipping the my bacon into the yolk)

The most popular way to serve a poached egg is over toast but there are so many other delicious ways. Such as, over salmon, bacon, salad, burger or with sliced avocado on a plate.

You don’t need to be afraid to prepare a poached eggs. Here is my method that works every time and I will also include a tip for you…

 

 

Thyme and Dijon Mustard Chicken with Vegetable Bolognese
  • Time: 2 hours
  • Complexity: medium

Thyme and Dijon Mustard Chicken with Vegetable Bolognese

My dad brought over beautiful and fresh zucchini and I have 3 new recipes that came to me immedialty. I also have so much thyme and thought this dish was perfect for sitting outside with our friends at the lake.  A perfect paleo dinner for Everyday to Gourmet!

You can prepare the Vegetable Bolognese  earlier in the day and just warm when ready to serve. 

Enjoy...

Tomato and Mozzarella Bites
  • Complexity: medium

Tomato and Mozzarella Bites

This is a great no-cook summer entertaining recipe.

I love these Tomato and Mozzarella Bites all summer long. They are perfect for guests at our lake house and easy to assembly. Everyone can enjoy their own on their way for a boat ride. And the other hand is free for a glass of wine!

Paleo entertaining at its best…
Enjoy

 

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