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Saturday, 19 March 2016

Sunday Roast Dinner : The Low Carb Way


take a joint of beef and cook to your preference - I like medium rare



add some lovely Brussels Sprouts flavoured with some shaved Parmesan Cheese

Ingredients:
4 servings 
1¼ lbs (600 g) fresh Brussels sprouts 
2–3 tablespoons olive oil 
1 teaspoon dried rosemary or thyme 
Salt and pepper
3–4 oz. (100 g) shaved Parmesan cheese 
See cooking instructions here

you may also like to serve a few roasted celeriac chunks 
just cut celeriac into rough-shaped chunks and roast for around 40 minutes




and how about a slice of lime and vanilla low carb cheesecake for dessert
see recipe here

What a perfect combination for a Sunday Dinner 
Now the word 'Yum' comes to mind


Enjoy your day

All the best Jan

14 comments:

Sandi said...

Inspiration! I am going to make those grilled brussel sprouts today!

Conniecrafter said...

Looks like a delicious meal, I am not a very good cook, but over 30 years of marriage my husband has learned to like what I make, LOL! Thanks for your birthday wishes!

Debbie said...

this would make an insanely awesome easter dinner!!! have a wonderful weekend you guys and many thanks for all the very kind and personal comments you leave at my place!!!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, this looks like a yummy Sunday dinner to me. Thanks for sharing! Have a happy weekend!

a writing place said...

Cool brussel sprouts recipe!!!

Gentle Spring hugs,
Tessa

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

All so delicious! Your home must smell wonderful all the time!

Jo said...

Roast beef is my favourite Sunday dinner, though we rarely have a roast on a Sunday so we have it on a different day of the week.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Definitely making the cheesecake to satisfy my need for desert, merci beaucoup Jan.

Anonymous said...

Jan, you left out the bottle of wine.
I'll bring a red.

Ben

Phil Slade said...

The beef looks yummie but no sprouts if you don't mind. I like the cheesecake idea. I'm off to Knott End chippie in a minute or two - our very occasional treat of haddock, chips and mushy peas.

handmade by amalia said...

A proper meal, Jan. I love Brussels Sprouts.
Amalia
xo

Lowcarb team member said...

Sandi - you can't beat Brussels Sprouts with a roast dinner!

Connie - I'm sure your dinner's are great!

Debbie - it would be an Easter dinner hit! Many thanks for your thoughts here too ...

Eileen - this is a favourite of ours!

Tessa - glad you liked the Brussels Sprouts suggestion, they just go so well with beef!

Martha - I do my best with my cooking, not all turns out a success!

Jo - enjoy a Roast dinner any-day of the week, whatever day suits best!

Grace - isn't cheesecake so lovely, but I only have one slice at a time!

Ben - oops! Red wine will be great, thanks!

Phil - I bet that chippie at Knott End serves some wonderful fish! Enjoy a Roast Dinner another time!

Amalia - I always think this a meal that everyone can enjoy together!

Many thanks to you all for taking time to leave your comments.
Hope you may enjoy a gorgeous Roast Dinner soon.

All the best Jan

The Happy Whisk said...

Yum on the good eats. Even if I cannot eat most of it. Still, looks darn good.

Lowcarb team member said...

Ivy
Yes, 'Yum' these are good eats!
... but we all have to eat what best suits us.

Thanks for taking time to comment, it's appreciated.

All the best Jan