New Favorites

I wanted to share a couple of new found recipes that I’ve tried and love!  These are both simple and require minimal heating of the stove or oven, and very little time to get ready for a meal, both a plus in my book at this busy time of year.  Here are links to the original recipes:

The first is Avocado Spinach Egg Salad ; I used my homemade yogurt in place of the greek yogurt, it’s about as thick and tart as the store bought, and we have had the finished salad plain or on homemade sourdough bread or rice.  There is also a link, below the recipe, to a way to hard boil eggs that I have found to be perfect even for very fresh eggs.  Highly recommend reading!

And the other is Sweet Potato Chips


Hope you enjoy as much as we have!

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About Erin Phelan

Born and raised in western Michigan, Erin came to Polyface first as an intern in the summer of 2009. While here she met and got to know Grady Phelan, an apprentice at the time. The next spring they were married and after a couple years in Oklahoma they are back, working as sub-contractors for Polyface. Erin keeps herself busy with the jobs of a wife and mother, as well as helping with the animals, gardening, sewing, cooking, baking, knitting and reading.
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5 Responses to New Favorites

  1. Chris Dieter says:

    Thanks for posting. Going to try both, but will substitute lard for the canola oil on the chips.

  2. Sheri Salatin says:

    Both of these recipes look amazing. I think I”ll try the sweet potatoes chips tonight! 🙂 (with Lard!)

  3. Jen Edge says:

    Yum, I think I’ll try it with coconut oil.:)
    I also wanted to offer another simple recipe that I can’t get enough of. Avacodo and grapefruit. I know it sounds weird but it’s delicious. Just cut the grapefruit between the membrane. So all you have is tender flesh. And then cut grapefruit pieces and avacodo into bite size pieces and salt and pepper. Yum
    I just discovered you (poly face) and I’m intrigued by your farm/food. Do you have any contemporarys in Philadelphia, Pa area? I have recently changed to eating a paleo way and I’m very interested in a mutually beneficial relationship with a lunatic farmer. 🙂