A nightshade-free substitute for anywhere tomato paste, puree, or sauce is called for! YAY. I promised this recipe last month during my AIP food diary, and this is a fantastic AIP spaghetti. Seriously, it was amazing. It smelled like real marinara sauce, with all that oregano… You bet I’m going to be making this one again and again. If you feel the sauce is too thick, you can add water or vegetable broth to taste. I recommend using a mix of purple and orange carrots for the most tomato sauce-like color, but the color varies every time I make this, anywhere from orange to reddish-purple, depending on how large each of the vegetables are and how much liquid gets added.
Batch Cooking Made Easy
One-dish meals are one of my favorite things to batch cook. But if you aren’t familiar with the practice, batch cooking can feel overwhelming. There are a lot of tips and tricks worth knowing before you take the dive. And that’s why I love AIP Batch Cook. In this video series, you’ll learn how to cook and store one week’s worth of meals in just a couple of hours! The provided recipes are 100% autoimmune protocol-friendly, but the strategies can be applied to any diet and lifestyle. It’s a great resource!