Cheese-free cheese sauce.
I am currently undergoing an elimination diet to get to the bottom of some nagging health issues. Nothing too serious, just nagging stuff. My amazing naturopath suggested I go through an elimination diet to see if some of the nagging issues had underlying food-related causes.
I’ll admit that at first I was pretty resistant, but I know my way around food and food alternatives, and I can’t see any harm in doing the elimination diet, so I got on board.
No dairy. No gluten. No soy. One month.
This recipe for aloo gobi is a direct result of me watching television on a Saturday afternoon. It was featured on an episode of Chef Michael’s Kitchen today on the Food Network.
I watch a lot of Food Network. It’s one of our “default” channels on the TV. I can watch those shows over and over again. Well, most of them. Some I’m not much of a fan of, but such is life.
This recipe was perfect timing for me too, as it fits in perfectly to the Wild Rose cleanse that I’m currently in the middle of undertaking. Today is the half way point, and this is something completely different than what I’ve been eating this week – a nice change.
Both my husband and I really enjoyed this aloo gobi recipe, which is typically made with white potatoes. It was warming and very filling. It would fit in nicely with most diets too, since it’s packed full of vegetables and healthy ingredients. It’s also vegetarian, and can be easily made vegan. Use ghee in place of the butter if you’d like to.