Sunday, May 15, 2016

Sunday's Mixed Grill - Easy Low Carb

Today was an absolutely gorgeous day here. It was breezy, bright and sunny and didn't get much above 70 degrees. It was actually cold when I stepped out early this morning to water my potted flowers. Since it was so gorgeous out, we took advantage of grilling out for dinner. I seasoned steaks and chicken breasts with my favorite McCormick's Chipotle & Roasted Garlic Seasoning and cut up red, yellow and orange bell peppers as well as green Poblano peppers and skewered them to make veggie kebabs. I also cut up a Vidalia onion and skewered it as well. While the meats and veggies were cooking, I made the guys baked potatoes and sauteed sliced mushroom in Kerrygold's Garlic & Herb Butter for me. Earlier in the day I made a batch of my Easy Coleslaw. It was a simple and fresh meal. I snapped a couple of photos below. Enjoy!



        

4 comments:

905lovestostamp said...

This looks YUMMY!!!

Just saw on Facebook a photo of Salmon Wellington, and I thought if anyone could turn that recipe into a grain-free masterpiece, it is YOU, Gourmet Girl!!! Perhaps you've already made a version, I couldn't remember one but that doesn't mean anything...

Here's the link-- https://www.buzzfeed.com/alvinzhou/heres-an-out-of-this-world-recipe-for-salmon-wellington?utm_term=.ugzLxqELY&bffbtasty#.pfLZ6xzZr

I hope you find it interesting and hope we can have a grain-free version sometime if you haven't already created one.

Thanks so much, Gourmet Girl!!! I appreciate you and your recipes SO much!!! You give me hope that I can eat healthy longterm with your recipes!!!

Joanne

Gourmet Girl Cooks said...

Hi Joanne,

I will check out the link to the salmon wellington recipe. I used to love eating beef wellington. So happy you are enjoying my recipes and as always...thanks for the kind remarks! :-)

Becky @ Becky's Place said...

I have yet to try poblano peppers but wonder if they are a "hot" pepper or if they are a mild/sweet pepper as the red and yellow bells?

Gourmet Girl Cooks said...

Hi Becky...they are not hot but mild (not sweet). I would say they have a very mild spiciness to them. Definitely not sweet though. :-)