The beauty of this healthy shepherd's pie recipe? The pumpkin puree makes it fast! It's paleo and Whole30-friendly. If you omit the red curry paste, this recipe is also nightshade-free and autoimmune paleo. Regardless of both those dietary accolades, it's delicious AF.
If you're looking for something easier and more interesting than your standard shrimp boil packet, try these papillote-style parchment pouches. The coconut lime shrimp is so tasty and packed with healthy veggies like zucchini, string beans, and peas. It's low FODMAP to boot!
The tarragon-mustard-mayonnaise combo browns and bubbles under the broiler, keeping the breasts juicy and tender and flavorful. You'll love the way your kitchen smells when these breasts are broiling.
Serve it with Ina Garten's Balsamic Brussels Sprouts roasted with olive oil, salt, and pepper, the sprouts and the pancetta crisp up in unison, the fat from the pancetta flavor the sprouts, and its crispy surface emerges glistening and caramelized.
To keep things easy (and we love easy) this meal makes its own delicious sauce while it cooks, so make sure to spoon plenty of it over your chicken before serving. Complimenting this amazing chicken is an out-of-this-world variation on a family favorite by using yuca in place of potatoes.
Salmon steamed with asparagus in parchment paper and topped with mango salsa.