This recipe is: Paleo + AIP (Autoimmune Protocol) + Whole30 + low carb/ketogenic + vegan + coconut free
Roasting scallions produces crispy chip-like greens with tender, sweetened bulbs. This recipe is easy to make, addictively delish, and made from an often overlooked superfood.
Modern scallions still closely resembled their wild onion ancestors, in both appearance and nutritional density. Unlike most hyper-hybridized foods, which tend to loose their medicinal potency in the process, scallions still retain an incredible array of healing phytonutrients.
So wanna eat Paleo? Then definitely include scallions! And with my Crispy Whole Roasted Scallions recipe, eating this superfood by the bunch is suuuper easy.
When we know that what we’re eating supports healing it makes a difference–because intention is everything! Check out the medicinal benefits of this recipe’s ingredients or jump to the recipe.Scallions → Also known as green onions, spring onions, and Welsh onions, these bunched onions are immune-boosting, disease-fighting powerhouses that have also been linked in studies to suppressed tumor growth. They really are medicine!
Extra Virgin Olive oil → Contains dozens of phenolic compounds that feature impressive anti-microbial properties. Studies have shown that some of the compounds in EVOO have greater antimicrobial activity than commercial disinfectants & can reduce bacterial & viral infections.
Salt → I use Redmond’s Real Salt because it contains minerals & trace minerals necessary for good health. Also, it’s delicious. I used to buy it in small packs but now I buy it in bulk, which saves me some cash & cuts down on waste.Serves: 2 | Total recipe time: 35 min
💚 1 bunch of scallions
💚 1 tablespoon extra virgin oil olive
💚 1/8 teaspoon saltPre-heat the oven to 375 degrees F.
Wash and dry the scallions, trim the ends, and slice the bulbs in half length-wise.
Gently toss the scallions with the oil and salt and spread them on a baking tray without letting them get too cozy with one another.
Bake for 20-25 minutes, checking after 20.
Remove from heat and let cool. Or start eating them immediately and possibly burn your tongue. Both are valid options.
Congratulate yourself on trying a new, healing recipe, give thanks and enjoy!🔹 To make this recipe low FODMAP cut off the white part of the scallions and only roast the greens.
🔹 This recipe was one of the ones I contributed to the AIP By Season recipe ebook. It’s the ULTIMATE guide to eating with the seasons to support self healing and contains 101 recipes organized by season plus guides to seasonal eating.
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May you eat well, live well & enjoy a New Wellness.
Hugs & healthy snacking,
P.S. I’m an all around HUGE fan of scallions, so if you know of any other yummy scallion recipes I wanna know!
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