Eczema Friendly Side Dish
Looking for an eczema friendly side dish to add to a delicious roast chicken or turkey? This may be just what you are looking for. Replace your regular sides of potatoes and peas with this savvy eczema friendly and delicious tasting dish.
3 Organic Beetroots
1 Bunch of Organic Spring Onions/ Shallots
1-2 Cups of Organic Snow peas
1 Cup of Organic Rice
2 Cups of filtered purified water
2-4 Tbsp’s of Rice bran oil
¼ Cup of Organic Chicken Broth
1 sprig of Organic Dill
Organic Golden Flaxseeds
To begin with peel the beetroot and chop into 2-3cm cubes, place them in a steamer and steam until soft. Steaming the beetroot really sweetens the beetroot which add loads of flavour to this side dish.
While the beetroot is steaming, rinse and cook the rice, I always cook with the absorption method, but cook it as you prefer.
Then you can wash the snow peas and the spring onions, finely chop the spring onions and place them a shallow frying pan with the rice bran oil, cook on low heat until shallots turn brown. Add the snow peas as soon as the browning occurs and cook for no more than 2-3 minutes. Remove from heat.
Once the rice and beetroot is cooked get out a large frying pan or wok, add rice bran oil on a medium to high heat and toss in the beetroot and greens, add the ¼ cup of organic chicken stock. Heat until it is almost evaporated and then add rice and the unrefined sea salt to season, mixing everything together quickly and removing from heat within a minute or two.
Serve the side dish with a sprinkling of organic golden flaxseeds and a garnish of organic dill (omit the dill if your eczema is severe and you are very sensitive to salicylates).
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