There seems to be so many new Paleo blogs and Paleo cookbooks in the past year, I was wondering if anyone has found any really outstanding dishes that are so good they plan to incorporate them into this year's Thanksgiving feast. Please provide a link if you can!
What are some new dishes you've made that you now plan to serve? Or what is one of your old favorites that is so tasty you could not imagine Thanksgiving without it?
I'm planning on adding this to the menu... Haven't tried it yet but I love butternut squash!
Holidays for my family are mostly centered around snacking all day. So I've found recipes for butternut squash dip, buffalo chicken meatballs, nut-crusted bacon that I'm going to try. I've also been experimenting with a savory pumpkin casserole of my own creation. Need to attempt a few more versions before the big day.
I am making a modified sweet potato casserole. roasted sweet potatos, rind of two large oranges, juice of two oranges but I will simmer them to concentrate the flavors. cinnamon, nutmeg, butter, cream, coconut oil maybe to get the consistancy I want. Possibly two eggs to firm it up and then roasted pecans (roasted with butter and maple syrup) sprinkled on top.
6 large sweet potatoes (like restaurant baked potato size) rinds of two navel oranges juice of two navel oranges (concentrated by simmering until sticky) 1 stick of butter 1/4 cup cream coconut oil to correct consistancy spices to taste two eggs 2 c roasted pecans (butter and maple syrup)
bake 350 for 45 min. adding pecans in last 10 min or so of baking. Let sit for 15-20 min before serving for it to firm up and cool.
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