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Turkey, Rice and Veggie Dog Meatballs
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Turkey, Rice and Veggie Dog Meatballs

I love making treats for Jake.  We are getting ready to head up North for the summer therefore it's time to clean out the freezer and pantry.  I had frozen turkey burgers in the freezer along with a bag of frozen vegetables (peas, green beans and carrots).  We had 1 bag left of the rice (about 1 cup cooked) along with 1 can of sweet potato puree.  These made perfect meatballs for my amazing dog. 

He loved them very much!  Give them a try for your doggie.

 

Turmeric Fried Rice
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Turmeric Fried Rice

I used jasmine rice for this dish and it was very very good!  I actually love the yellow color and taste from the tumeric.  

Turmeric Hummus
  • Time: 10 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Turmeric Hummus

You will start to see many new recipes using turmeric.  We hope you enjoy them! We certainly loved this turmeric hummus.  Enjoy xo

 

Turmeric Paleo Yorkshire Pudding
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Turmeric Paleo Yorkshire Pudding

As I continue on my Turmeric journey this recipe has been born.  I was at the store and found Bob Mills Paleo Baking Flour.  It contains Almond Flour, Arrowroot Starch, Organic Coconut Flour, Tapioca Flour so I thought; let's try it!  I just loved this recipe.  I enjoyed with my turkey and lentil meatloaf and of course made some vegetarian gravy!  Yummy..  

Enjoy xo

 

Tuscan Beef Tenderloin

Tuscan Beef Tenderloin

A large beef tenderloin is very common in many Italian homes.  My Nana would slice it very thin and serve as an appetizer as well as the main course!  This tender piece of beef is perfect for any family gathering!

Tuscan Style Bolognese
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Tuscan Style Bolognese

This recipe is in my cookbook Paleo Italian Cooking along with many other Italian favorites from our travels through Tuscany.

My Tuscan Style Bolognese is a family favorite!

 

Veal Medallions Over A Pea Salad With A Lemon Sauce
  • Time: 40 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Veal Medallions Over A Pea Salad With A Lemon Sauce

As I was planning my post for Veal Made Easy, the perfect recipe came to me!  Veal medallions over a pea salad with a lemon sauce. I love easy dishes that are full of flavor and perfect for everyday to gourmet.

Many of my favorite ingredients are included in this healthy veal dish.  This recipe and opinions from this post are solely mine. 

I am a proud Italian and grew up in my Nana’s kitchen. We loved cooking our weeknight meals but more importantly our Family Sunday dinners.. She and I would talk about what we should make 3 days before. I cherish all of the memories with her and still love to share them with my readers on www.CindysTable.com. One of our family favorites is veal and that made writing this post extremely exciting to me.

My husband and I love cooking veal dishes and some of the ones you can find on my blog are herb crusted veal chopsveal scaloppini with sage leavesbraised veal shanks with fresh herbs, Veal chop Milaneseveal stuffed meatballs to name just a few.

Many of my friends tell me they don’t care for veal so I always ask if I could prepare a veal dish for them. Each and every time I have they’ve been delighted!  

There are many different cuts of veal and, depending on the recipe, it’s important to buy the appropriate cut. I always call the butcher to make sure the right cut is available.

I love sharing good cooking tips with my readers. Here are the different cuts of veal and how best to use them. 

  • Breasts: The veal breasts are great for slow cooking. I love to prepare the breast in my slow cooker with vegetables and lots of herbs.
  • Chuck: The chuck cut is also great for slow cooking and especially for a stew.
  • Leg: The leg is a perfect cut for roasting. This is considered a premium cut.
  • Loan: Another great choice for braising or stews. Low and slow cooking!
  • Rib Chop: This cut of veal reminds me of a tender steak. You can find these either bone-in or boneless.
  • Rib roast: Great for roasting, perfect for a family gathering.
  • Scaloppini: One of my favorite cuts to prepare cutlet style dishes. They can come thin or as a thicker cut where I would use a mallet to pound nice and thin. These also pan sear up very quickly.
  • Shank: Osso Bucco is one of my favorite braised dishes. I start this dish on my stove top with vegetables, sauce, wine and bay leaves then place in the oven on a low heat for 6-8 hours.

When cooking with a rib roast or rib chops be sure to cook until the internal temperature is 140 degrees F.

For more recipes, cooking tips, nutritional information and more, be sure to visit Veal Made Easy and follow them on FacebookTwitter, Pinterest, and YouTube.

 

Veal Medallions with a Tuna and Caper Sauce

Veal Medallions with a Tuna and Caper Sauce

Veal is another common meat used in Italian kitchens.  I love the thin medallions with the tuna and capers.  This is a real authentic Italian dish that we make in our hours over and over!

Vegan Sloppy Joes over Zucchini Noodles
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Vegan Sloppy Joes over Zucchini Noodles

As we are preparing for Daniel Fast at my Church I wanted to create some recipes to enjoy while we focus on prayer during this 21 day fasting.  This one was a big hit as I was testing the recipe and invited my girl friends over.  Enjoy xo

 

 

Vegetable Lasagna
  • Time: 1 hour or more
  • Complexity: medium

Vegetable Lasagna

Even living in Florida we enjoy a lasagna on occasions.  I feel very fortunate that we have so many farmers markets and the vegetables are just perfect.  I thought a vegetable lasagna would be perfect.  

You can easily make your own tomato sauce and here is my recipe for you!

Lasagna is traditionally prepared in a rectangle baking pan.  I am preparing this vegetable lasagna in a 5 qt. brazing pan then slicing into wedges.  I thought this would be a lasagna look fancy!  

 

Vegetable Loaded Zucchini Boat
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Vegetable Loaded Zucchini Boat

This is a great recipe for Daniel Fast and to use up left over vegetables to stuff your zucchini boat.

I used my herb marinade and dressing to add amazing flavor to these boats!

 

Zucchini and Carrot Muffins
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Zucchini and Carrot Muffins

I have been buying so many local zucchini's lately and enjoying all of them.  I didn't realize there were 3 good size ones in my refrigerator along with a bag of carrots so I made muffins.  All of the other ingredients were handy in my pantry!  These paleo zucchini and carrot muffins are great.

Enjoy xo

 

Zucchini and Eggplant Lasagna
  • Time: 2 hours
  • Complexity: easy

Zucchini and Eggplant Lasagna

I love living in Florida!  We have farmers markets every weekend with local fruit and vegetables along with other meats, herbs, so on and so forth.  Today I loaded up on vegetables and organic meat therefore this Lasagna was created.  

We just loved it and now I can't wait for left overs tomorrow.

Go ahead and make this Paleo Lasagna!  Yummy xo 

 

Zucchini Leek Soup
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Zucchini Leek Soup

This recipe was an experiment with zucchini and leeks that I had handy in the house and I was extremely impressed with the wonderful flavors. I hope you enjoy this soup as much as we do in our house. 

You can also find this recipe in my cookbook "Paleo Italian Cooking"

 

Zucchini Paleo Fries with Sriracha Mayo
  • Time: 2 hours
  • Complexity: medium

Zucchini Paleo Fries with Sriracha Mayo

OMG - Don't you just love Paleo recipes....  

 

Zucchini Soft Tortilla Shells
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Zucchini Soft Tortilla Shells

There are so many zucchini right now and I am loving it!  My friend Kathy sent me to her garden as she is traveling and I decided to make these with my dinner.  I grilled up a chicken breast I seasoned with salt, pepper and Italian seasonings then I sautéed up some sliced peppers and onions then cut up an avocado - Dinner for me!  YUM....

Add any of your favorite spices!  You know mine are Italian...  Next time I may add in a few shakes of red pepper flakes.  All I can say is Paleo OMG you are delicious!

 

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