So a little bit more on Abby’s Table. If you are looking for an awesome way to learn how to cook delicious gluten-free, dairy-free and soy-free cuisine, check out http://www.abbys-table.com . She offers fun and comfortable cooking classes with tips from how to hold your knife to great gluten-free substitutions. She is really knowledgable and the food rocks. You get to cook with Abby and other students and then sit down to a lovely meal courtesy of you! Here is a pic of our table after Kim and I finished making March Madness appetizers. We made Sweet Potato Fritters with Chive Sour cream, Sweet and Spicy Chicken wings with “sour cream” ranch dip, Avocado stuffed deviled eggs, Daikon Canapes with Lemon Lentil Spread and Baked Kale chips. So easy and so fun. We also met some great ladies who we enjoyed sharing a meal with. You can also find recipes on Abby’s website.
Here is one of the awesome recipes we made:
Lemon Lentil Spread
24 slices of fresh daikon ( 1/4 inch slices)
2 T. chickpea miso
1 c cooked red lentils
2 cloves garlic
1/2 T. olive oil
2 T. lemon juice
1/2 t. lemon zest
1/4 t. ground cumin
seas salt to taste
1. Pulse garlic and ginger in a food processor until well minced
2. Add lentils and remaining ingredients and blend until smooth
3. Season with extra lemon and salt to taste
Place a spoonfull of lentil spread in each daikon slice and garnish with green onion or parsley. Maybe some ground red pepper for color.
This can be used as a dip for veggies or sandwich spread. It is awesome!
Lately, I have had a lot of requests for smoothie recipes. Now, for those of you that have eaten my food, you know that I never use a recipe so everyday is a surprise, however, I did carefully compile six recipes that I know I like. Some are my own and some are from Kris Carr or Kimberly Snyder. Click green smoothie recipes for a copy! Bon Appetit!