Daniel Fast Recipes Category



Jul 22
2013

Cauliflower Steaks and Potassium Spears


Begin making the most delicious vegetables with the following ingredients: a massive head of cauliflower, a large bunch of asparagus stalks, peanut oil, a fresh lemon, sea salt, and coarse ground black pepper. Start by slicing the cauliflower into one inch thick steaks. Cover with peanut oil and then season with sea salt and pepper. Dredge and season the asparagus. Grill the cauliflower on high heat with the cover on for at least ten minutes….

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Feb 03
2013

Garden Pesto Pasta


This is my favorite Daniel Fast recipe. It’s a modified version of a vegetable pasta dish Hubby and I make, but this is Daniel-friendly and so yummy, that you just might eat it after the fast ends. The ingredients include: ancient grain penne, corn, peppers, onion, garlic, organic tomato sauce, and lots of cilantro and basil for toppings. To start, sauté onion in olive oil with a big pinch of salt. We use Borsari, which…

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Feb 02
2013

Chopped Salad


A fall back staple in our home: chopped salad. The usual ingredients are romaine lettuce, pecan chips, dried cranberries, sautéed corn, a few jalapeno bits, and cilantro. The Daniel Fast requires just one alteration: I switched the dried cranberries (which contain sugar) out for purple cabbage. Dress with Wishbone Zesty Italian (technically this dressing is not Daniel Friendly, but I’m not at the point of making my own salad dressing yet).

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Feb 01
2013

Peruvian Pesto Quinoa Pilaf


While in Miami a few weeks ago I tasted a slightly altered version of this dish, and it was delish. The Daniel Fast really requires you to cook your own meals, so here is my latest favorite. Ingredients: Quinoa, pine nuts, green peppers, corn, anaheim pepper, seasoning and pesto. To start, lightly brush pine nuts with olive oil and then bake at a high temperature for a few minutes. Be careful, pine nuts burn easily!…

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Jan 31
2013

Hidden Collard, Crouching Carrot


Last weekend Hubby wanted to make a smoothie, but we had a hodge podge of fruit and veggies in the fridge. He pulled out some ginger, carrot, lemon, blueberries, collard greens, spinach and frozen strawberries. After juicing the carrots and some ginger, he blended everything together and as you can see, it doesn’t look very yummy. He and I were very afraid to taste it, but Miss C was yipping and babbling, reaching for the…

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