Thanks for checking out my recipes section. These simple, whole food recipes will nourish your body and spirit. I promise all of the NourishYourLife.org™ Recipes are made with REAL ingredients you can easily find in any grocery store. And I promise, they will be quick and easy to prepare.
All of the recipes will include nutrient information in the form of ACTUAL nutrients. They will not include nutritional fact labels. Eating for nourishment and pleasure is different from eating a designated number of calories each day. Instead be gentle with yourself, listen to the still, small voice within you to know when you have had enough wholesome foods and are no longer hungry. Full is not the opposite of hunger. Enough is the opposite of hunger.
These spicy grilled hot wings are the perfect healthy alternative to deep fried wings. They are LOADED with flavor and have a nice smokiness that only the grill can offer.
This no-sugar added pickled red onion recipe is HEALTHY and SUPER easy. They are a slightly tangy, slightly sweet condiment you can serve up with almost anything: Mexican food, BBQ meats, salads or just munch on them straight out of the jar.
Texas Caviar is a Lone Star Favorite. It's a cool, light and refreshing appetizer to munch on with tortilla chips or served up alongside Texas brisket. And this one is made with ALL REAL ingredients. A must have for any BBQ.
This Shrimp and Grits recipe is a healthy twist on a beloved classic. Rich, cheesy polenta topped with blackened rockfish and spicy shrimp in a veggie loaded etouffée like sauce. This IS healthy comfort food at it's best.
Brucciloni is a thin steak that is filled with herbs, cheese, bread crumbs and hard boiled eggs. Then it's rolled, tied with kitchen twine and simmered in a rich tomato sauce for hours. It literally melts in your mouth.
Chicken Cacciatore is a rustic hunter-style dish of onions, garlic, tomatoes, chicken, earthy mushrooms, and wine. It's hearty, it's earthy, it's saucey... MMMM.... and it's one of those dishes you can let cook low and slow or whip up in under 30 minutes depending on how much time you have.
These Asian Ahi Tuna Cakes are an interesting twist on the traditional old bay style crab cakes. They are crunchy on the outside, tender on the inside, loaded with veggies and bursting with fresh flavors of cilantro, garlic and ginger. Enjoy a little heat? Add more sriacha or fresh jalapeno. They are grain-free and gluten-free as well. Serve them up with cauliflower fried rice or brown rice and stir-fried veggies.
A gorgeous Beet and Red Cabbage Slaw with homemade citrus viniegrette. This bold colored detoxifying slaw is bursting with flavor AND nutrition! It's rich in vitamins, antioxidants, anti-inflammatory compounds and detoxifying properties! This is the perfect slaw when you are feeling a bit sluggish and just need a bit more energy.
Frijoles charros or in America "charro beans" translates to cowboy beans, a rustic bean stew born on the ranches of Mexico. This simple dish of pinto beans stewed with onion, garlic, bacon, chilis and tomatoes is FULL of flavor and yet so simple to make. You can eat them as a side dish, on salads, in soups and my personal favorite in a sprouted corn tortilla with Cotija cheese. Heart full.