Italian Nut Crumbs Turkey and Pork Meatballs

Italian Nut Crumbs Turkey and Pork Meatballs

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Nothing says comfort food like spaghetti and meatballs...am I right? When you are Whole30, Paleo, or Gluten-Free this dish becomes somewhat of an issue...until now :) These are the best meatballs I've ever had..period. The best part? Serve up with some spaghetti squash and you have yourself a delicious, comfort food that is gluten-free, Whole30, and Paleo!

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Orginal Nut Crumbs Encrusted, Fried Scotch Eggs

Orginal Nut Crumbs Encrusted, Fried Scotch Eggs

Yes...they are called Scotch Eggs. Why, you ask? Because a store in London claims to have invented the dish in 1738. The earliest documented recipe dates back to 1809. Scotch eggs are a common picnic food and you can find them all over the UK. Most importantly...Scotch Eggs are insanely delicious!

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Italian Nut Crumbs Encrusted Eggplant Ricotta Grilled Pizza
Original Nut Crumbs Encrusted Sweet Potato Fries

Original Nut Crumbs Encrusted Sweet Potato Fries

Who doesn't love french fries? When you're craving that potato crunch, but are trying to eat healthy, this should be your go to snack!

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Sunny Side Up Egg Over Coconut Curry Nut Crumbs Encrusted Salmon

Sunny Side Up Egg Over Coconut Curry Nut Crumbs Encrusted Salmon

Ever wake up in the morning and crave the most decadent, yet healthy breakfast? This morning meal is fit for royalty and it's also super easy to make and jam packed with protein. Here is your shopping list...

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Original Nut Crumbs Encrusted Shrimp Over Pesto Zucchini

Original Nut Crumbs Encrusted Shrimp Over Pesto Zucchini

This lunch or dinner is light, fresh and delicious! We obviously love healthy alternatives and the zucchini spirals are the perfect pasta substitute. You can pick up a veggie spiralizer almost anywhere these days, and it's the perfect tool to make "noodles" out of your favorite vegetables. To start this fabulous recipe...here is your shopping list!

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Spicy Nut Crumbs Encrusted Pork Cutlets

Spicy Nut Crumbs Encrusted Pork Cutlets

Pork can be one of the yummiest cuts of meat to cook. Especially when covered with Nut Crumbs! This is a super simple recipe that is great for busy week nights and meal prep. 

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Original Nut Crumbs Encrusted Shrimp Tacos

Original Nut Crumbs Encrusted Shrimp Tacos

So it's Taco Tuesday, and you are CRAVING the perfect fried shrimp taco, but then you just remembered...you're eating clean. What do you do? You make these bad boys!

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Ingredients

Original Nut Crumbs 
Shrimp
Almond Milk
Eggs
Green Onion
Butter Lettuce
Avocados 
White Onion
Tomato
Salt
Pepper
Garlic clove
Majestic Garlic's Jalepeno Garlic Spread (Optional)
Make sure your shrimp are peeled, de-veined and clean! Make an egg and almond milk binding concoction with a few eggs and a splash of almond milk. Take the raw shrimp and dunk in the egg mixture then dredge in Nut Crumbs. 
Heat up coconut oil in skillet. (You can substitute with the oil of your liking.) Once oil is hot, place Nut Crumbed shrimp in the pan. Cook a few minutes then flip the shrimp over to cook the other side. Make sure oil temp stays between medium and high for the best results. Once shrimp are cooked on both sides, place on cooling rack (or paper towels.)
Mix up some guacamole to serve on the side. Take your avocados and mash them up with some chopped white onion, a garlic clove or two, chopped tomato, and s&p. 
Lay out your butter lettuce and top with the fried shrimp. A dallup of the Majestic Garlic spread adds an extra zing to these beauties. Top with some chopped green onion and enjoy...without the guilt.
Need a margarita to get your #tacotuesday on? Mix some tequila, agave nector, fresh squeezed limes, and a splash of sparking water together and pour. 

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Italian Nut Crumbs Encrusted Eggplant Parmigiana

Italian Nut Crumbs Encrusted Eggplant Parmigiana

Feeling slightly indulgent? This recipe is sure to satisfy your craving for a savory Italian meal, without the carbs!
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Ingredients
Italian Nut Crumbs
Eggplant
Eggs
Almond milk (or whole milk)
Marinara sauce (whichever kind you fancy!)
Parmigiana cheese
Mozzarella cheese
Fresh basil
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Kosher Salt

To start off this fabulous dish, you will want to peel and slice your eggplant. Some people prefer to leave the skin on the eggplant, which is totally fine, its up to you! Sometimes the skin can get chewy, which is why we choose to peel it off.

Once your eggplant is sliced, you will want to lay out all your slices and salt heavily. Salting the raw eggplant draws out some liquid and (apparently) bitterness. Some think this step is a wives tale. You may forgo if you wish. Google it. Decide if you believe in the folklore and comment below!

Let the salted eggplant sit for a half an hour. Rinse thoroughly and pat dry.
In a small bowl, whisk together about 3 eggs and a splash of almond milk. Place your Italian Nut Crumbs in a bowl or plate. Drench each slice of eggplant in the egg mixture then coat with Nut Crumbs on both sides. 
Add about a cup of the extra virgin olive oil to a skillet. If you're really going for it, add some butter to the skillet as well. Why not. This recipe is under the indulgent section right? Heat up your oil on med/high for a couple minutes until oil starts slightly sizzling. 
*Do not add the eggplant to unheated oil, it will absorb too much oil and the end product will be greasy.
Start adding your eggplant slices to the pan and let them sizzle a few minutes on each side. Be sure to be monitoring the oil temperature, and don't let it get too hot...we don't want you burning your Nut Crumbs!

After both sides of the eggplant slices are browned, remove them from the pan and place on a paper towel or cooling rack. Repeat until all your eggplant is golden brown!
Pick your favorite baking dish, and lay each slice of eggplant flat, topping with marinara.

Continue to layer the eggplant and sauce until the dish is full.

Add your cheese...as much as you'd like!

Stick this beautiful masterpiece in a 350 degrees oven for about 20 minutes and enjoy!

 

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NUT CRUMBS IS BORN!

NUT CRUMBS IS BORN!

 

We are excited to bring Nut Crumbs from our kitchen to yours!

This is a labor of love and if you love cooking delicious and healthy food like we do, you'll love using Nut Crumbs to your dishes!

 

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