Lectin Free Recipe

Lectin Free Recipe for Breakfast/Lunch or Dinner – Korean Yam Recipe

It is the best Korean yam Lectin Free Recipe that you can serve as healthy dinner lunch or breakfast recipe!

The Lectin Free dish is so delicious and flavorful. You will get all the healthy nutrients in a single dish that your body needs.


Try ultimate Lectin-Free Korean Yam with Eggs and Pesto

The combination of baked Korean yam with pasture-raised eggs is fantastic. In addition,  the basil parsley pistachio pesto and goat feta cheese combination is amazingly delicious!

This will become your once-a-week favorite just because it’s so easy quick and delicious.


Lectin Free Recipe Ingredients

In this recipe, I’ll provide a complete guideline about making the super delicious Korean yam with a handful of ingredients. A complete list of ingredients is below.

  • Baked Korean Yam
  • Scrambled eggs of 2 pasture-raised eggs that are cooked on low heat
  • 4 tablespoons of my  pesto recipe
  • 2 tablespoons of goat or sheep’s milk feta cheese


  • 1 cup of organic basil
  • 1 cup of organic parsley
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 3 tablespoons of pistachios
  • Little over 1/4 cup of extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 small lemon squeezed or half of large lemon
  • 1/2 teaspoon of iodized sea salt


Directions – Steps of Lectin Free Recipe for Breakfast Lunch or Dinner

Here is a link of step by step video


Step 1. Bake Korean Yam

Bake Korean Yam very well until completely soft – I bake for 40- 50 min @350 until its is completely baked

Step 2. Make basil parsley pesto

The next simple step is to make basil parsley pesto. The making of basil parsley pesto takes 10 min to make. Here is the recipe click HERE

Step 3. cooking scrambled eggs

Once Korean yam is baked, start cooking scrambled eggs on low heat.

Step 4. Cut the baked yam into halves

Cut the baked yam into halves and put 1 tablespoon of olive oil on both parts of the yam. Now,  sprinkle with iodized sea salt, then put the scrambled eggs over.

Top it with pesto and goat cheese.


Important note

Please bake Korean yam for 50 min @350 Or until very soft. You can also make this with sweet potato. In addition, you can also make this without pesto, but pesto gives amazing flavor and this pesto is gut healthy and so quick and easy to make.

Seasoning is very important

Season the dish with Iodized sea salt 1/4 teaspoon 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil.


The recipe is for serving 2 persons and serve it hot. You can serve it as breakfast, lunch, or dinner.


Why Korean yam Recipe with pesto is good for you?

Multiple reasons add nutritional and healthier benefits to the Korean yam recipe.

  • Yams- Rich in resistant starches that feeds good buddies in your gut. In addition, it also has a great source of fiber, potassium, manganese, copper, and antioxidants.
  • Eggs– are loaded with high-quality proteins, vitamins, minerals, good fats, and various trace nutrients.
  • Basil parsley pesto with pistachios is antioxidant polyphenol rich – you r good bacteria will love it.

basil parsley pistachio – lemony pesto is fantastic for your healthy lifestyle because it contains nutrients that are very important for our body and healthy lifestyle.


here are some links for you:

🌱LINK FOR CALIFORNIA OLIVE OIL – I trust this brand for olive oil

🌱LINK FOR IODIZED SEA SALT – Dr. Gundry recommends using Iodized sea salt, it is not sold in every store, here is a link for you

📚📖 IMPORTANT If you are new to lectin free lifestyle I highly recommend this book by doctor Gundry to Educate yourself

💡 The Plant Paradox Cookbook this is my favorite book

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