Slow Cooker Curry Chicken

You don’t need to wait for a special occasion, or themed dinner party, to sample a curry so delicious that... The post Slow Cooker Curry Chicken appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips. SOURCE: Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips - Read entire story here. Read more

Pichelsteiner

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I’m currently sitting at my computer with a blanket and a cat on my lap, and wearing a hoodie and house slippers for the first time this year. Sounds like the perfect time to break out a stew recipe. Pichelsteiner is a very typical stew, found in similar shapes and sizes all over the world. There are several stories to explain its invention, a common trait among stews. One folk tale details how a farmer’s wife fed the stew to a Read more

Shakshuka

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Shakshuka is a dish of tomatoes, peppers, and poached eggs, ubiquitous in North Africa and the Middle East. Countries across the Middle East, from Yemen to Turkey, claim to have first created the dish, where it then supposedly spread across North Africa. Regardless of origin, I like to think the best Shakshuka embodies many of the countries and cultures that claim ownership of this dish, so I like to incorporate many influences, like Harissa Read more

Fathead Keto Gnocchi – Low Carb

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This Fathead Keto Gnocchi gives you the pillowy yet chewy texture you’ve been missing from pasta on a low carb diet!  This keto gnocchi is the perfect low carb vehicle for all of your favorite pasta sauces and flavors!  Can you really eat gnocchi on a low carb or keto diet?  You better believe it!!!... The post Fathead Keto Gnocchi – Low Carb appeared first on I Breathe I'm Hungry. SOURCE: I Breathe I'm Hungry - Read entire Read more

Keto Chicken Pot Pie – Low Carb

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This Keto Chicken Pot Pie has a biscuit top crust and a creamy, rich filling!  Perfect fall comfort food, this low carb chicken pot pie is courtesy of Annissa from Simply So Healthy, and it looks simply so AMAZING!!!  Thanks Annissa, this incredible chicken pot pie will be getting made at our house as soon... The post Keto Chicken Pot Pie – Low Carb appeared first on I Breathe I'm Hungry. SOURCE: I Breathe I'm Hungry - Read entire Read more

Beef Stew

Beef stew is a hearty, warming meal that you can count on to fill your belly and feed your soul.... The post Beef Stew appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips. SOURCE: Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips - Read entire story here. Read more

Honey Sriracha Chicken

If you are absolutely in love with chili peppers and Sriracha makes your mouth water at the very thought of... The post Honey Sriracha Chicken appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips. SOURCE: Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips - Read entire story here. Read more

Buttermilk-Garlic Roast Chicken

In the past you would have soaked/bathed/marinated your chicken in buttermilk with mouth-watering results, but if you are dairy-free for... The post Buttermilk-Garlic Roast Chicken appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips. SOURCE: Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips - Read entire story here. Read more

Salmon with Lemon-Butter and Capers

You have to admit, one of the best things about eating fish is that you can cook it up pretty... The post Salmon with Lemon-Butter and Capers appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips. SOURCE: Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips - Read entire story here. Read more

Argentenian-style Tri-Tip with Chimichurri

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Yesterday, we celebrated Memorial Day here in the US. Previously known as Decoration Day, it was first celebrated after the American Civil War to honor those who had died in the war. It later expanded to encompass anyone in the Armed Forces who had died while in service to the country. As a tradition, families would gather to put flowers on the graves of those who had fallen, and would follow it with a potluck meal. It became a Federal holiday Read more

Fajita-Stuffed Chicken

We love Mexican food for a ton of reasons – it’s delicious, it’s quick to prepare, and it allows for... The post Fajita-Stuffed Chicken appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips. SOURCE: Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips - Read entire story here. Read more

Beef Tinaktak

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I’ve been to the small Pacific island of Guam about a dozen times in my life, but never for long – usually I was disembarking from a US Navy ship and headed to the airport, on my way back home. There were a few moments when I was lucky enough to spend a day or two on the island before catching a flight, relaxing by the beach and reveling in the novelty of not having to wear a uniform 24/7. Regrettably, though, I never got a chance Read more

Basic Mashed Potatoes

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I recently completed some housekeeping on the blog, long overdue; I redeveloped the categories on my sidebar navigation, to include specific ingredients (like shrimp and other sub-categories instead of just seafood), as well as certain types of dishes (like soups & stews) or preparations (pressure cooker recipes). I hope this makes this website a little more user-friendly, and please be sure to share any feedback in the comments below. In Read more

Vietnamese Chicken and Cabbage Salad

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Summer’s heat is finally, lazily, starting to wane here in NW Florida; but it’s nowhere near stew season yet. And judging from recent reports, the rest of the US is experiencing some pretty hot weather, so you’re likely not ready to crank on the oven right now, either. So I think it’s the perfect time to share my Gỏi Gà (Vietnamese Chicken and Cabbage Salad) recipe. Gỏi is the common salad dish in Southern Vietnam Read more

Pulehu Steak

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Pulehu is a Hawaiian cooking method, which translates to “roast over hot embers”. This method was traditionally used for items like breadfruit, but today it’s most associated with steak, typically seasoned simply with ginger, garlic, salt, pepper, and a bit of sugar. If you haven’t already, I encourage you to read my short history on beef in Hawaii, at the start of my recent Pipikaula recipe post. If you’ve already Read more

Greek Spiced Lamb Burger

Make this hearty Greek Lamb Burger filled with decadent flavor and a grain-free bun. It won’t only make for… The post Greek Spiced Lamb Burger appeared first on Paleo Blog. SOURCE: Paleo Blog - Read entire story here. Read more

Coconut chicken fingers with spicy fruit chutney

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One of the foods my husband and I really miss on the paleo or primal diet is breaded chicken. It's just soul satisfying comfort food for both of us. I do make a gluten free, grain free version of chicken fingers with almond flour sometimes, but tonight I thought I'd try something different. Keeping with the coconut theme I've had lately, I decided to dredge the chicken in unsweetened dried shredded coconut. I didn't want them to be naked, so Read more

a bunch of old meal pics

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I was going through some of my old pictures today and I found some that I took before I started my blog. I don't intend to really write any of them up as individual posts, but I thought people might be interested in seeing them to get ideas. If you want to see them in a bigger size just click on the picture.Steak, mustardy mushrooms, salad with almonds and I think tahini dressing.Blended salad soup. It was, um, an experiment. An experiment Read more

Creamy Tomato Soup

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It is officially cold where I live now. So bring on the soup! This rich and creamy tomato soup is both satisfying and healthy! Plus it's a great way to get in a ton of vegetables without having to eat a cold salad.Creamy Tomato SoupPrep Time: 20 minutesCoot Time 20 minutesServes: 6Ingredients:1 large onion, chopped3 large carrots, peeled and chopped4 celery stalks, chopped2 cloves of garlic1 tablespoon olive oil1 can whole tomatoes, 28 oz1 can of Read more

Recipe: Mustard-Cider Glazed Pork Shoulder

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I’ma just say this right upfront: I can take no credit for this recipe. I’m merely sharing what was a delicious baby born of the combination of this recipe’s flavors and Melissa Joulwan’s pork shoulder carnitas technique. See, I was looking for something new for my pork shoulder, and I had played around with that carnitas technique before, and the results were awesome. So I thought, “Hmm…what if instead of Read more