Today at the grocery store, bell peppers were on sale, so I decided we would have fajitas tonight. I also had ingredients for pico de gallo, so I decided to give that a try. For the protein meal, I did a really easy salsa verde chicken in the crock pot. Fajitas are really simple. I… Continue reading Fajitas con Pico de Gallo
My friend who is from Peru brought a potato beet salad to a church BBQ recently. (Yes, in Arizona we can have barbecues in January) It was so good! I decided to try making it. She didn’t have a recipe so I found some online. I mostly followed this one, though I left out the… Continue reading Ensalada Rusa Peruana
This is what I had for dinner tonight! I made crock pot white chicken chili for my husband and daughter. I decided to invent something similar (sort of) for myself. Here I go with a rough recipe! 1 can tomato soup + 1 1/2 cans water 1 tsp chicken Better Than Bouillon 1 tsp… Continue reading Taco Soup Invention
This was one of those spur-of-the-moment cooking experiments that was a success! I was making my husband enchiladas, which I can’t eat. Normally I make myself some mexi-rice for this meal, but I had run out of time to cook rice, and I even felt too lazy to cook low-pro pasta. I had some cabbage… Continue reading Cabbage Burritos!
Hi everyone! It’s been a while. I guess I got pretty busy with the holidays and traveling. This meal was actually inspired by a comment on my page about making ziti bake for protein-eating family with a low-protein version on the side. Sounded good! The protein version I made was inspired by this recipe: Taste… Continue reading “Ziti” Bake
I have been excited to post about this dish ever since I learned about it from Chef Andy at my recent PKU Event. This recipe is so simple, and so delicious! Have you ever even heard of Jack Fruit? I hadn’t. But it turns out it is the perfect substitute for pulled pork. It’s appearance… Continue reading BBQ Pulled Jackfruit!
You may be thinking that was a typo. But no, I meant, “protein cooking,” not, “Low-protein cooking.” Because, for many of us, we are not living our PKU life in isolation, we are a part of a family! We often end up cooking protein and low-protein food side by side. Growing up I am sure… Continue reading Protein Cooking