Happy Labor Day!
My day off has me feeling very domestic, so I cooked all day. I made fajita chicken for my husband’s lunches this week. I made coconut-breaded chicken nuggets for my lunches (chicken breast cut into nugget shapes, dredged in fine-shredded coconut, sprayed with a little olive oil, and baked/broiled on a cookie sheet).
Then, I tried a new recipe for cauliflower by Nom Nom Paleo.
It is wonderful! I didn’t follow NNP’s recipe to the letter, but as she notes, it’s easily modified to one’s own preference. I cut up the cauliflower by hand (my little food processor is kind of more trouble than it’s worth). I used red onion (same thing, really). I have a slice of pastured butter, and a couple of spoons full of coconut oil on hand. I seasoned my dish with a little sea salt, pepper, and dried parsley during the steaming process. It’s a great savory flavor, and went well with my baked cod loins.
In fact, it tastes SO good that I intend to prepare it for a big family dinner at my house during the winter holidays.
Speaking of that dinner, I will take any and all suggestions on preparing a BIG paleo dinner. There will be at least 20 people at my house. I want to make a mostly paleo dinner that won’t alienate the non-paleo contingency (basically all of them except my mother).
This recipe definitely fits the bill!