Low-carb, gluten-free, grain-free steak is a recipe for the adventurous.
So why would you even think of it?
This is why.
A couple of months ago, I got an email from the founder of the Low-Carb Kitchen, a site that specializes in low-fat, gluten free, and grain-based meals, asking me to join the Low Carb Kitchen team.
I immediately jumped at the opportunity.
My goal was to cook some low-carbon, low-glycemic (GL) recipes to show off to a new audience.
It was a chance to share a few recipes with readers who have been looking for the low-carber to share their own recipes, and it was a great opportunity to introduce myself and my husband to the community of low- carb, gluten intolerant, and paleo folks.
After my first week, the team members were really excited.
They were sharing a ton of low carb recipes that I had created for them, but there was one recipe that they had never tried.
That recipe is one of the best low-Carbs ever made, and we thought it was time to give it a try.
The recipe is called a Low Carb White Steak with Pecans and Roasted Almonds.
I thought this was a perfect recipe for sharing with my readers, and for the Low Carbs readers that would like to try it out.
We started with a base of cauliflower florets and a little bit of red bell pepper, which was just the right amount of garlic to go with it.
I added some walnuts to the recipe, but you could use any nut you like, it was just a matter of what was the best.
I used a few different types of walnuts in the recipe because I had a few ideas for them and they were easy to find, especially for gluten-intolerant people.
After adding the cauliflower, I also added a little red onion, and then added some chopped cilantro, oregano, and some dried sage.
I then topped it off with some fresh avocado and cilantro.
It really turned out well, and the low carb meat was delicious.
I really enjoyed it, and I hope you will too!
We used this recipe for our next batch of recipes, this time with a little less cauliflower.
I had to use a lot less caulicle and added more bell pepper because it was so hard to find any cauliflower that was high in fiber and protein.
You can definitely taste the difference, and you will notice the difference in flavor as well.
It tastes like the real thing, and if you love this low carb recipe, you will love our Low Carb Bacon, Low Carb Eggplant, and Low Carb Turkey recipes.
The next step is to add some olive oil and garlic to the pan.
I mixed some olive butter and garlic in the pan to help it to soften up, and added a few cloves of garlic, which added a wonderful flavor to the dish.
Next, I added a bunch of dried parsley, orevens, and oreganos to the top of the dish, which is a nice touch.
Then, I cooked it up a little and topped it with a bunch more cheese.
It came out perfectly, and even had a little cheese.
I used the same recipe for my turkey.
The only difference is that I substituted half of the white steak for the chicken.
I have found that when I use chicken, I tend to end up with a lot of fat, and as a result, the low carbs end up being a bit of a drag on the fat in the turkey.
I was really surprised at how delicious the turkey ended up, which I love.
This was also the first time I have made a Low-Fat White Steaks with Pectin, which adds great flavor to this dish.
Next, I used this as the base of our low-meat dinner, and started adding some fresh herbs.
I am a huge fan of fresh basil, and so this recipe is perfect for me.
I just add a few herbs and let them do their thing, like a rosemary-lemon-gherkins salad or a cilantro-spiked roasted chicken salad.
I added a bit more lemon juice, and just used fresh herbs like parsley and oreven.
After adding the herbs, I then added a couple slices of lemon cheese to top it off.
Finally, I topped it all off with a bit fresh avocado, cilantro and oregans, and fresh chopped cotija cheese.
I think this was the most delicious dinner of the week, and everyone loved it.
You could easily eat this with a bowl of pasta, but if you wanted to make it more filling, add more roasted vegetables like potatoes, corn, and carrots.
This is one recipe you could make at any time of the day.
I will be posting more recipes as we get closer to our next Low-G