As we gear up for 2016, we want to take a look back at some of our favorite recipes from the past year. These were your most requested and re-posted recipes on Facebook & Instagram! Don’t forget to follow us for more exciting recipes, discounts & giveaways in the new year!
If spiralizing vegetables is wrong, then we don’t want to be right! Seriously – have you tried using a spiralizer for vegetables? It’s an excellent alternative to pasta and adds an extra serving of veggies to your day. We paired our sweet potato “noodles” with a buttery sage sauce and a hearty dose of kale. The addition of cinnamon and pecans made this a warm salad a delicious option for cozy, colder nights.
We loved this extra healthy and gluten free take on fish & chips, a classic pub dish. Instead of serving it with chips, we chose to sauté a side of snap peas for optimal crunch and flavor. We paired it with a homemade tarter sauce to bring out the flavor in the cod.
These chicken skewers were so easy to put together, we almost didn’t believe it when Nancy put them on the table. She explained that the recipe was as simple as skewer, grill and blend!
You’ll notice we used rosemary instead of traditional wooden or steal skewers. We found that the sturdiness of the rosemary allowed the chicken to cook thoroughly and of course, the extra flavor didn’t hurt. We paired the dish with a nutty sauce made of peanuts, tahini and fish sauce, which brings the right amount of umami flavor. It’s the perfect balance of salty, sweet and savory.
One of our most popular sustainable seafood options, sablefish can be dressed up or down – depending on your time and dedication to dinner! We love it quickly pan fried with a little bit of oil, slow roasted in the oven with some herbs or even poached in our homemade stock.
The perfect comfort food, Beetnik elevates beef stroganoff to new heights with our chef’s signature rosemary veal stock. The blend of cream, mushrooms and tomatoes really come together and highlight the grass fed tenderloin tips. We used gluten free noodles, but feel free to use whatever you have on hand.