You asked and I listened!
My inbox was recently flooded with requests for quick, easy, and flexible gluten-free recipes that will save you both time and energy. Well, guess what? I’m about to give you just that! As my team and I get closer to launching Season 3 of The Flexible Chef show, I’m excited to share a sneak peek of what’s to come:
One Dish Served Multiple Ways
Gluten-free banana bread, banana muffins, and a banana parfait. Seared salmon, salmon salad, and salmon tacos. Salad in a jar, salad on a stick, and salad molded into a pretty circle.
Are you seeing a pattern here?
This season on The Flexible Chef show, I’m going to teach you how to make one master dish and then plate it several different ways. Adding a few great recipes to your repertoire and then learning how to play around with presentation will keep you and your diners excited for meal time!
Various Ways To Use Up Leftovers
You guys keep asking me for time-saving tips that will slash cooking time in half (so you can get the heck out of the kitchen and have more time for the things that really matter). One of my best-kept secrets? Leftovers! Hold on … I’m not proposing you serve the same exact meal twice—although, you totally can. If your hungry brood is less than thrilled about digging into yesterday’s dinner then simply get creative and morph it into a completely new dish. One example you saw in the video above is using leftover grilled salmon to make salmon burgers. I have a ton of ideas up my sleeve and I can’t wait to share them with you in this upcoming season. Hopefully they spark your kitchen creativity!
I know a lot of you are running on limited time, meaning you’re forced to eat in the car or at a desk. But your crazy schedule doesn’t mean you have to compromise a healthy meal by hitting up the drive-thru. That’s why, this season, I will focus on easy, on-the-go food options that you can whip up in minutes.
Cheat Your Way To A Semi-Homemade Meal
Cooking an entire meal from scratch is great, but do you ever look at the clock and think to yourself, “I just don’t have the time!” Trust me, I know the feeling. That’s why, this season, I’m showing you my tips and tricks to cheating an impressive home-cooked meal. Find out what elements of a dish you can buy pre-made and how to jazz things up so your diners can’t tell the local supermarket helped you out!
Bring On The Kids
For all of you moms out there, I hear you loud and clear. You always ask me how I get my kids excited about filling their plates with nourishing foods, and you’re in luck. I’ve dedicated a few episodes to answer that burning question. Following The Flexible Chef method, you can get your kids excited about salad too.
The Flexible Chef Season 3 premiers in just a few short weeks, so make sure to check back soon!