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Lamb Chops with Mint Cilantro Chutney
Prep time 10 minutes
Cook time 18-20 minutes
1 Rack of Lamb- sliced into chops
3 teaspoons (or more to taste) of Rosemary Celtic Sea Salt ®
2 teaspoons fresh cracked organic black pepper
4 tablespoons olive oil
Lay lamb chops onto a baking sheet (be sure the baking sheet has raised edges to catch the fat and oil). Drizzle olive oil onto the lamb and generously sprinkle the rosemary celtic sea salt (R) and the black pepper. Do this on both sides of the lamb chops. Broil in the oven on high. Depending on the size and thickness of the chops broil one side for 10 minutes if they are large and 5 minutes if they are small. Once the timer goes off flip all the chops over to the other side and broil on high for another 8 minutes for the large ones and 3 minutes for the smaller ones. Continue reading...
Healing Quest Episode 1007
with Carla DeLangre
Liver Reuben Sandwich
- Organic, grass-fed chicken livers (soaked overnight in water with sea-salt, if desired)
- Grass-fed, pasture-raised corned beef
- Ghee (clarified butter)
- 1/4 Onion, peeled and sliced
- Celtic Sea Salt
- Organic Cayenne or Black Pepper
- Swiss Cheese
Heat pan and add ghee. Caramelize the onion in the pan, adding a small amount of Celtic Sea Salt. Season onions to taste with cayenne or black pepper.
Push onions to one side of the pan and add the chicken livers. Cook 3-4 minutes on each side.
Spread horseradish, if desired, onto a slice of bread before placing the cheese, onions, sauerkraut, and corned beef.
Lightly shred the chicken livers and spread onto the second slice of bread to complete your sandwich.Continue reading...
Healing Quest Episode 902
with Dr. Howard Murad
- Extra virgin olive oil
- Ground turkey
- Lentil beans
- Indian curry
- Chili powder
- Ground cayenne
- Parsley for garnish
Combine the eggs with the lentils and spices.
Heat the extra virgin olive oil in the pan. Add the vegetables to the pan (spinach, broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, etc).
Add the ground turkey to the pan, followed by the egg mixture and walnuts.
Scramble the ingredients together until cooked. Garnish with parsley.
Healing Quest Episode 903
with Cookus Interruptus
Soba noodles are made from a combination of wheat and buckwheat flour. You can also purchase 100% buckwheat soba noodles which are fine for gluten intolerant folks since buckwheat is not a relative of wheat and has no gluten content.
There are many good brands. Eden Foods is one of my favorites. They make several varieties of soba. Wild yam soba has (duh) wild yam added which is an herb thought to promote longevity. It adds a light tender quality to the noodle. Mugwort soba is sort of olive green colored and has mugwort added which is an herb thought to support the female reproductive system.
Best to follow package instructions to cook them. They usually only take about 7-9 minutes of dancing in boiling water.