Try this steamed fish recipe for lunch while cleansing on the Clean Program. En papillote is the French term for the method of preparing food by steaming or baking it in parchment paper. You can also use aluminum foil, but I love how pretty and crinkly the parchment paper is; it gives the meal an aesthetic that is pleasing to the eye and it creates a beautiful presentation when serving. I love how many possibilities this method of cooking gives you for this steamed fish recipe. I’d love to hear what other meals you prepare en papillote, so feel free to leave your comments at the end!
We almost decided to call this recipe “Better Than Coleslaw,” since it’s a much more healthy version of the traditional side dish. Lighter ingredients like olive oil and apple cider vinegar take the place of mayonnaise. The purple cabbage is eaten raw, which preserves the myrosinase enzymes that aid in fighting cancer. Our autumn coleslaw recipe pairs perfectly with the pulled chicken recipe from last week. It’s also a great salad topping, and as an added bonus, the apple cider vinegar helps with digestion and acid reflux. Try this recipe during the 21-Day Clean Program. We hope you enjoy it.
As the weather turns colder, we welcome chicken recipes like this. Comforting and melt-in-your-mouth flavorful, it’s definitely a favorite of both Clean Chefs and everyone we make it for! It’s okay and cleanse-friendly to use white wine in cooking since the sugar and alcohol cooks off. Try this recipe while on the 21-Day Clean Program. Cheers!
Here is a delicious kelp noodle recipe that is gluten and grain free! These satisfy all pasta cravings and are perfect for your 21-Day Clean Cleanse. Kelp gives our bodies many benefits such as thyroid regulation and healthy skin. Enjoy endless topping and sauce possibilities. We hope you have a blast experimenting with what’s local, in season, or whatever your taste buds desire.
A delicious alternative to a heavy steak, mushroom steaks — made with portobello mushrooms — are quick to cook and are a great alternative to meat. Packed with nutrition, portobellos are low in fat while high in fiber, selenium, potassium and B vitamins. They are excellent options for vegetarians, cleansers on the Clean Program, or anyone looking for a lighter “steak-like” meal. Perfect for throwing on the summer grill too!
Kimchi is a traditional Korean food that influences American food culture. Both food lovers and kimchi newcomers can enjoy the unique taste and fermented benefits of this kimchi recipe. The beneficial microorganisms in this meal promote gut health with probiotics, produce vitamins and amino acids, and are anti-inflammatory.
Raw greens can be difficult to digest, and when it’s cold, our bodies actually need more warming and lightly-cooked foods for optimal digestion. So make this amazing “salad” and be make sure your body is getting the nourishment it needs from your winter greens!