Tag Archives: Coconut Milk

Allergy Friendly Chicken Tikka Masala

Allergy Friendly Chicken Tikka Masala

I love Indian food. Love it. I can’t get enough of it, but I’ve had enough of it. Almost every Indian dish out there contains traces of pistachios (cashews or almonds), cardamom, and dairy. Escaping these ingredients is impossible, along with an allergic reaction. Therefore, when it comes to date nights, if we’re craving IndianContinue Reading

Paleo Roasted Pineapple

Paleo Roasted Pineapple

One of my goals in switching to a more paleo-conscious and whole-foods friendly life style was to calm down my body’s overactive immune system. Since my body did not recognize proteins in certain foods, especially peanuts, nuts and gluten, it was in a constant state of irritation and inflammation. This spiraled into more food allergiesContinue Reading

Leftovers: Red Chicken Curry Eggplant Lasagna

Leftovers: Red Chicken Curry Eggplant Lasagna

Remember that crockpot chicken that I posted a week ago? Well, the Hubster and I certainly didn’t eat all of that four and a half pound bird in one night. Once we finished our meal, we vacuumed sealed the leftover meat after shredding it, and put the bones, innards, and skin into a container toContinue Reading

Strawberry Birthday Sorbet

Strawberry Birthday Sorbet

Happy birthday to me! Feels like every other day, though. Seriously, I even forgot that it was my birthday until I started getting my first well-wishes on the phone. Then I was like, “Oh duh, Julie. You forgot your birthday? Seriously?” Then, realizing that I forgot it made me feel old. Boo. The Hubster andContinue Reading

The Great Pumpkin Pudding Pie

The Great Pumpkin Pudding Pie

Death Defying Diet now has a Facebook page! When I post new recipes here, they automatically get posted into the news feed, which is awesome. For blog followers who have Facebook, all you have to do is click on the square box with an F in it on the right side of this page, whichContinue Reading

Paleo Mango Lassi

Paleo Mango Lassi

Mangoes. I can’t get enough of them. They’re delicious, and chock full of nutritional benefits. They contain pre-biotic dietary fiber, are an excellent source of vitamin A and antioxidants, and some studies have shown that they help combat against certain cancers. Something this tasty is quite a treat when you’re on a Paleo diet. Traditionally,Continue Reading