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Karen

6/16/2019
10:28:49 PM
Renaming it a little ball of heaven, looks Delicious!

Hi Everybody,

Ok...here's the easiest recipe ever.

Roasted Cauliflower

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.

Get one organic cauliflower head and clean it up...(wash, dry, and chop the bottom / leaves off)

Put it in a baking dish

Mix some olive oil with some sea salt and pepper in a separate container, and pour it over the cauliflower.

Roast it in the oven until tender crisp.

It looked a little dry toward the end, so I added some pats of butter.

Then I put it on a serving plate and poured the oil /butter that was in the bottom of the baking dish over the top.

You just slice it like you would a loaf of bread and enjoy!

It's very tasty.

Love,

Karen

P.S. Back in my Weight Watcher's days, we used to call this..."the brain"

Karen

6/15/2019
9:40:51 PM

Hi Everybody,

I know...my recipes sometimes kind of follow a theme...chocolate covered things...salads...or some kind of meat cooked in a crock pot...fried things...etc. But...there's a reason...and it's because I like to offer variations.

Here's another one that kind of follows a theme...or actually two themes..."fried things" and "okra." Anyway...here it is, and I hope you'll enjoy it:

Oven "Fried" Okra

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.

Cut up some washed and dried okra and put it in a big bowl.

Put in some sea salt and pepper, and enough olive oil to coat it and then stir it around.

Spread it out on a parchment covered baking sheet and bake until it starts to get golden brown on the edges.

You have to make sure to cut up the okra fairly evenly or you'll get some burnt pieces of the small ones before the larger pieces get done.

Watch it closely in the oven and get it out right as it starts turning brown on the edges. There's a fine line between crispy and delicious and burnt.

To me, this is as good as actual fried okra, and it's less carbs because there's no coating. It's a lot easier too and very little clean up.

Here's the best part...you can have a whole CUP for just FOUR net carbs.

This is extra good with mashed cauliflower (fake mashed potatoes) and meat loaf.

Enjoy!

Love,

Karen



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