Desserts - Created Date : 16.5.2019
Spinach Cannelloni with No Pasta
This keto cannelloni recipe uses small, thin omelettes instead of pasta tubes. A great low carb and gluten free main dish that is simple to make and full of flavour.
Pasta is one of the things we used to eat a lot of before our low carb days and this is a great substitute. The filling here is spinach and cream cheese, but you could use fillings such as chicken, beef, other veggies…the choice is yours.
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The amount of cannelloni “tubes” will depend upon the size of your eggs. My recent photographs and the video used medium sized eggs which resulted in 4 cannelloni. My first photos for this recipe as below used 4 large eggs and I got 6 cannelloni tubes as per the photo below.
This is a simple but delicious recipe that I often reach to when I want a tasty and quick dish. If you use Parmesan cheese on top you will get a slight crunch to the top which echoes the traditional pasta tubes. I have used Mozzarella cheese in place of this and the topping was more soft, yet still delicious. Hey, it’s smothered in cheese, what’s not to like!
Cook the spinach until tender (if using fresh). Mix with the cream cheese, half the Parmesan cheese and season with nutmeg, salt and pepper.
Whisk the eggs with the water and season with salt and pepper.
Heat the olive oil in a frying pan on a medium heat and pour in 1/4 cup of the egg mixture. This will make a small, thin omelette. Cook until firm and turn over to cook the over side. Remove and place to the side. Continue to do this until all of egg mixture is used.
Spoon some of the spinach mixture onto an edge of an omelette and roll up. Place in a shallow gratin dish and repeat using all the omelettes.
Never fear Connie, try about 3 cups of spinach, 1/2 cup cream cheese and 1/3 cup Parmesan and you should be good to go! (I am European and we cook with both measurement…more gadgets in our kitchens!) ?? Enjoy!
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