Below you will find all of the great Kaufmann Diet friendly recipes that we have featured over the years on our Holiday specials. These are some of our families favorite recipes and are sure to be a hit at the table this holiday season.
|Holiday Green Dip w/Veggie Sticks|
1. Rinse the herbs and dry in a salad spinner. Put in a food processor and pulse until minced.
|Cranberry Chicken Salad on Green Apple Slices|
|Apple Fennel Salad|
|This side dish is light and refreshing and gets lots of crunch from the fennel, apples, and pecans. It’s even better for leftovers, so don’t hesitate to make it a day before…(Read More)|
Holiday In The Kitchen Recipes
If abstaining from the occasional cocktail has caused you to feel deprived, this should cheer you up. It’s refreshing, tasty and seems to have a similar flavor profile to a very light alcoholic beverage.
When ordering the roast, ask your butcher to remove the ribs and then tie them back on. (Any meat roasted with the bones always has more flavor.) This will make carving much easier.
Crème Brûlée is a classic French dessert, basically a rich custard with a burnt sugar crust. We’ve recreated it Phase One style, minus the crust, but if you’re on Phase Two you can use a tiny bit of coconut crystals to “brûlée” the top.
While they may sound “fancy,” compound butters (beurre composé in French) are really simple and take only minutes to prepare.
Parsnips are a sweet, almost floral-tasting vegetable that go well with all kinds of roasted or braised meals. Served alongside a prime rib roast, with a bit of horseradish if desired, they make a perfect substitute for potatoes.