Low Carb Round Up – January Week 2

Time for the January Week 2 Low Carb Round-up of enticing low-ish or low carb recipes found around some favorite food blogs this last week. Inspiring!

Yin and Yang Salad with Peanut-Sesame Dressing from Heidi of 101 Cookbooks

For Whom the Cheese Melts (Fondue) by Stephanie of Bay Area Bites

Homemade Ricotta from Sam of Becks and Posh

Seared Trout with Braised Fennel from Helen of Beyond Salmon

Sui Mai (Chinese Pork Dumplings) from David Lebovitz

Braised Red Baby Onions from Nicky and Oliver of Delicious Days

Roasted Vegetable Cheddar Quiche – from Karina of Recipes from a Gluten-free Goddess

Greek Lemon Chicken and Chicken with Kalamata Olives from Kalyn of Kalyn’s Kitchen

Black Mushroom and Leek Soup from Ruth of Once Upon a Feast

Spinach Mushroom Soup from Nupur of One Hot Stove

Baby Calamari Stuffed with Shrimp and Pancetta from Stephen of Stephen Cooks

Salmon Tartare posted by Barrett of Too Many Cooks

Creamed Spinach from Andrea of Andrea’s Recipe Box

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  1. Karina

    Hi Elise!

    How cool – thank you for including my recipe in this week’s Low Carb Round Up. Excellent! And thank you for making me feel so welcome in the blog world.

    warm regards,

  2. Katy Raymond

    Elise, My daughter-in-law Brooke introduced me to your blog. She is a fantastic cook, and yours is her very fave cooking blog. I will be back to try out some of the low-carb recipes. I’ve been low-carbing for six years with great weight-loss success and much-improved health, but I’m craving some different dishes. Thank you!

  3. sylvia

    Wonderful! I have been toying with making a blog of low-carb recipes because I have been struggling so long to find anything but inspiration on the current published recipe books claiming to cater for low-carb.

    It is wonderful to see that someone has already taken the bull by the horns and I look forward to trying these recipes. I’m so pleased I stumbled onto your site. :)

  4. Nupur

    What a great round-up! I love that so many of these are veggie :) Thanks for including me…I really appreciate it.

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