Cranberry Chutney with Papadam Chips

Cranberry chutney with papadams

If you think a low-A detox means months of pale, bland, boring food, you can think again. Cranberries are still on the menu! With their bright red color and spicy tartness, they have become a staple for low-carb dieters, but they are also very low in vitamin A because their cheery hue comes from cyanidins rather than carotenoids. Cranberry Chutney A perfect appetizer or snack for the holidays. Also tasty just spooned over sliced turkey or ham. Ingredients 1 cup water Sweetener equal to ¾…

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SOCCA, HOT OUT OF THE OVEN, IN NICE, ON THE FRENCH RIVIERA Photo: Myrabella / Wikimedia Commons / CC-BY-SA-3.0 & GFDL Socca is a flatbread traditionally made from garbanzo bean flour, the kind used to make Papadams. (Hear me out before you say, “No, no, I don’t eat beans!”) The cuisines of India, Algeria, Italy, France, and most of the countries that border on the Mediterranean all have their own special versions of this bread. Socca is naturally gluten-free, grain-free, egg-free, dairy-free (unless you use ghee…

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