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Hi there! 🙂
Our family has food allergies and I frequently get asked what we eat. Since the American diet is filled with lots of grains, soy and corn (all of which we can’t have), most people tend to think we chew on lettuce all day. I promise, we don’t!
We have a decent amount of variety in our diet and eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. I decided to make a video of one of our dinners (complete with a printable recipe card at the end of this post), so that you can get an idea of what we really eat. It seems a little funny naming our dinners now for the sake of the internet! 😉 Finding recipes that are food allergy friendly can be difficult, so hopefully this will help one of our fellow food allergy suffers. <3
If you have any questions about the recipe, please leave me a comment and I will try to help you!
- One Whole Chicken
- Six White Potatoes
- Three Sweet Potatoes
- One Yellow Onion
- One Bag of Frozen Brussel Sprouts
- One Sprig of Fresh Dill
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
- Cut the chicken out of the bag.
- Rinse the chicken.
- Put the chicken in a deep pan, deep enough so that you can put a lid on it without it touching the top of the chicken.
- Wash, peel and cut the onion. I cut mine into round pieces and placed it on the chicken.
- Wash and peel the white potatoes and place them around the chicken.
- Wash, peel and cut the sweet potatoes into thirds an place them around the chicken.
- Open the bag of frozen brussel sprouts and place them in the remaining room in the pan.
- Retrieve fresh dill (or use Bottled Organic Dill Weed) and sprinkle on top.
- Place the lid on the pan and put it in the oven at 350F for two hours.
- Remove pan from the oven and check the temperature of the chicken. If it registers over 165 degrees, turn the oven off and let the food cool down for a few minutes.
- Season to taste! We love seasoning with Himalayan Pink Salt or Celtic Sea Salt and Red Palm Oil or Extra Virgin Olive Oil
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