Golden Goulash

As a mom of 7, I love a good skillet meal. If it includes potatoes, then my whole crew is excited too!

With the addition of potatoes back into the Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle, thanks Pearl and Serene, we are finding all the ways to use these little buddies in new and healthy way.

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Ingredients:

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Method:

Cook, and rinse if necessary, ground meat. Boil the diced golden potatoes, and drain. Then, add all ingredients to the same pot as the meat and cook until heated through.

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Peanut Sauce

One of my favorite things, EVER, is rice and peanut sauce! We had an authentic Thai restaurant in our town growing up, and it was a must for me every time we went.

I have wanted to recreate that meal for a long time, especially now that we no longer live there, but I kept getting caught up trying to figure out how to make it a sauce for every occasion, because the rice is very important to me here.

Have I told you how much I love defatted peanut powder? This is one of the reasons why!

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Ingredients:

We buy most of our bulk spices here

Method:

Put all dry ingredients in a sauce pan, then add wet ingredients. Whisk together until there are no more lumps. Place heat on high, whisking frequently until it begins to thicken, but not quite boiling. Turn off heat and continue to whisk so that it doesn’t get burnt on the bottom as it continues to thicken as it cools.

***This is a fuel pull recipe on the Trim Healthy Plan, up to 1/4 of the whole batch, and this recipe was plenty for our family of 9.***

Chili Mac

This recipe really brings back some memories. We ate chili mac, well really anything with macaroni and cheese, when my dad was away hunting. Mac was not his favorite food.

And, because our children have celiac disease, you can read more about that here, they had never had anything like it before. But, desperation is where recipes are born, so here is my gluten free rendition of this old favorite.

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Ingredients:

We buy most of our bulk spices here, and you can find more of the products we use here.

Method:

Brown Meat, and drain. Add diced onion and Chili seasoning, cooking until onions are translucent. Drain and rinse konjac noodles while the meat mixture cooks. Add other ingredients and cook on medium heat for a few minutes to meld flavors. Taste and adjust to suit you and your family.

***This recipe could be made S, E or, FP on the Trim Healthy Plan. Just pay attention to the fat content of your ground meat, and choose your sides and condiments accordingly.***

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