• Roasted Moroccan Carrots, Brisket with Onion Gravy, and some Passover and Easter Treats

    Comfy Belly- Roasted Moroccan Carrots

    You may be getting down to the wire on Passover and Easter menu planning (or maybe just I am), so I wanted to share a simple meal that I’m making, in case you’re still in search of ideas and recipes. I’ve also created a quick list of some of my other recipes that you may want to add to your menu.

    Comfy Belly- Roasted Moroccan Carrots

    I’ve always loved Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food, which is all about herbs, spices, and other seasoning techniques. This recipe for Moroccan carrots is a great way to introduce something with a nice collection of spices and a savory flair.

    Grass-fed, local beef

    I’ve also added this simple brisket recipe because it is a treat for meat lovers, as I learned from the omnivores in my family. I encourage you to splurge on local, grass-fed beef if you have a good source for this cared-for beef. Since grass-fed beef tends to have less fat, slow-cooking with lots of seasoning is a great way to cook beef that tends to be a bit firmer than corn-fed beef.

    Comfy Belly- Roasted Moroccan Carrots

    Some Passover and Easter Recipes

    Just about every baked treat on Comfy Belly is good for Passover if you’re following guidelines that allow baking soda and baking powder. It just worked out that way because I don’t use yeast to leaven baked goods. With that said, here are some great all-around Passover and Easter recipes.

     
     
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    6 Responses to Roasted Moroccan Carrots, Brisket with Onion Gravy, and some Passover and Easter Treats

    1. michelle says:

      Made your macaroons for our seders. Delicious…

    2. Katie Zuko says:

      I made both the carrots and the Brisket! Perfect!! I’m anemic so I poured balsamic on the onions before putting the meat on top. (Vinegar helps with the absorptions of iron or so my Naturopath says) It was delish!! A hit with the husband of course too.
      I just want to thank you for this page! I have Ulcerative Colitis and your recipes have never done me wrong. I HAVE to stay on SCD with no cheating and it sooo helps to bring my laptop in the kitchen and make something tasty that keeps me feeling good and makes me feel like I’ve had something special and not that I’m on a restrictive diet! Thank you!

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    4. Mindie says:

      Can I do the brisket recipe in an oven? Is so how hot and how long? Thanks

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