Missing your calamari? Well, look no further, Paleo calamari is here! This is a simple recipe that delivers big results. Coconut flour adds a light texture that highlights the delicious squid flavor. Serve with your favorite Paleo tomato sauce or marinara. This is a great dinner party appetizer that will impress your guests. Enjoy! Just …
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Black rice, full of antioxidants & super good for you. And fun too. A Thai restaurant used to layer this in a moon mold with jasmine. It was a neat presentation (even if the restaurant smelled like cat pee- ha)
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Spicy Quick-Cooking Calamari - Slicing calamari into thin rings and simmering them in a spicy tomato sauce creates a flavorful Southern Italian-inspired meal in a flash. Serve the tomato mixture in shallow bowls with garlic bread. The dish is delicious as is, but feel free to top your serving with an extra drizzle of olive oil.