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Italian Eggs baked in a Tomato
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Italian Eggs baked in a Tomato

In the summer, either from my garden or from the farmers market, i just love the large fresh tomatoes. This is a great brunch to share with your family and friends. Not to mention it makes you look fancy!

Here is my little secret; when my husband travels for business I make this for dinner and enjoy every bite. Sometimes I add in leftover salmon or other vegetables from a past meal.

*CHEFS NOTE* If you are pairing this for Sunday brunch, you can whisk the eggs and other ingredients together the night before and store in a sealed container. You can prepare your tomato and keep in the refrigerator on a platter, lightly seasoned with salt and covered lightly with a clear wrap. When you are ready to bake, just assemble, place in the oven until done and serve

Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey Bolognese
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey Bolognese

Don't we all love our Thanksgiving Leftovers!  We do in our house and we always make a soup which is always a hit.  Being Italian I love making a bolognese.  I love to add in some of the butternut squash to sweeten up the sauce.  To make this a paleo pasta dish use spaghetti squash which is what I do and it's so good!

Enjoy Paleo Italian Leftovers!

 

Lemon Cream Cheese Bars
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Lemon Cream Cheese Bars

Don't these look yummy!  We loved them here at Cindy's Table and had to share.  For the original recipe go here!

 

 

Olive Oil Zucchini Bread
  • Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Olive Oil Zucchini Bread

My dad went away for a week and when they returned his zucchini were very large!  So he gave me two and I knew a few loaves of zucchini bread was going to be baked in my oven!  I love adding extra-virgin olive oil in my zucchini bread - It makes it extra special...   I am Italian.. 

I did make one for my son and added 3/4 cup of chocolate chips!  Once a mother always a mother no matter what age your kids are!

Cindy's Tip!  Take your zucchini and shred either by using a box grater or the disk attachment on your food processor.  The the zucchini and place in a colander in the sink and place few paper towels on top (maybe a stack of 4) then top with a pan for about 30 minutes.  When ready to use just do one more press down on the paper towels.  That will remove the excess liquid and make a perfect bread. 

 

 

One Pot Veal Cutlet and Sauce
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

One Pot Veal Cutlet and Sauce

I love Italian dishes! Of course I do....  However when it's just Glenn and I preparing a great meal in one pot makes me very happy!  That means I get to spend more time with Glenn enjoying a glass of wine and catching up from our busy days.

I hope you enjoy this dish and you can do the same with eggplant or chicken!

Enjoy

 

Oregano Roasted Split Chicken Dinner
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: medium

Oregano Roasted Split Chicken Dinner

My new Paleo recipe Oregano Roasted Split Chicken Dinner was inspired by the fresh Oregano my friend Kathy had in her front yard.  She has the best herbs in her yard and I love going over to her house and picking what I need during the summer while we are down the street at our lake house.  Thanks Kathy!  xo

I made this meal for our lake friends Bill and Lorraine and we all enjoyed every bite!  The spinach, olives and roasted sweet potatoes went great.

My butcher sliced the whole chickens in half to make this dinner super easy for me! Please enjoy this Paleo Chicken Dinner with your family or friends!

 

 

Pork Tenderloin with Peppers and Onions
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Pork Tenderloin with Peppers and Onions

Here is another great one-pot meal that is also ready in 30 minutes!  We just love our Paleo Recipes and especially one-pot that are great for entertaining.  I made this for friends and brought the pan to the table!  Perfect....

If you don't have Cindy's Tuscan Blend then use the following (this is not my blend but a good substitute for this recipe) 

  1. 1 teaspoon dried rosemary
  2. 1 teaspoon dried basil
  3. 1/2 teaspoon dried thyme

 

 

Roasted Cauliflower Bacon Au gratin with sliced Asparagus and a Sherry Soy Reduction
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Roasted Cauliflower Bacon Au gratin with sliced Asparagus and a Sherry Soy Reduction

Hubby and I were at the Farmers Market and picked up tons of fresh vegetables, fish dip and a leg of lamb for Easter and a few tenderloins.  Last night I really wanted salmon and I created this amazing side dish and it's Paleo for you to enjoy!

I used only 3 tablespoons of organic cheddar for the au gratin and wow was this a perfect side.  I hope we have left overs as it will be all stored together and enjoyed for lunch today!

Tuscan Turkey Burger
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Tuscan Turkey Burger

This is a mouthwatering Paleo recipe from my new cookbook Paleo Italian Cooking!  I hope you have your copy and if you do please head over to Amazon and write a review!

When creating Tuscan flavors remember a few key elements. Tuscan flavors include a blend of fresh vegetables and herbs. Lightly sauté to bring out their flavors and textures. This will help you create true Tuscan dishes every time.

I love using ground turkey for my Tuscan burger. Go ahead and enjoy this flavorful burger on a chopped salad and enjoy!