I think it’s time for a post on true and tried recipes! These are recipes that I have found online over the years and have made multiple times. Most of these are meat recipes, however, you should serve them up with loads of veggies!
Without further ado…
Eat Drink Paleo’s Rosemary & Beetroot Burgers
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These burgers are deeelish! Not hard to make and you can freeze them as soon as you make them into patties. These can be cooked from frozen in the oven for about 20 mins at 200 degrees C.
Three Owls Kitchen’s Shrimp and Bacon Stuffed Mushrooms
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This is makes a great appetizer, entree or a main – so full of flavour. I have made this a number of times served with a japanese sweet potato salad.
Eat Drink Paleo’s Spicy Paprika and Lime Chicken
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The recipe uses chicken tenderloins. When I made this, I used chicken breast. It’s really the marinade, so doesn’t matter what cut of chicken you use. Make a whole big batch and serve with veggies. There’s your work lunches sorted for the week!
Civilized Caveman’s Crock Pot Pulled Pork
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You must try this… must always use spices for meats. And must leave to marinade overnight. Makes the world of difference in flavour! This will also make up a few lunches and dinners for the week. Bonus!
Justine Schofield’s One Pan Pepper Steak and Potatoes over at Everyday Gourmet
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So simple, so delicious. Make this if you want to make the way to your man or woman’s heart. Please note: Use the best quality beef that you can afford for this. Grass-fed, organic… get my drift?
Nom Nom Paleo’s Damn Fine Chicken
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Yep, this is definitely damn fine chicken alright. Full of flavour, make sure to marinate this at least overnight!
Butter Chicken in a Silky Sauce over at Mark’s Daily Apple
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This has so much flavour and full of good fats. You don’t need rice with this, eat it like it’s a chunky stew. I serve this on top of roasted sweet potatoes or some greenage of some sort. But if you do rice, that’s okay too 🙂
Beer Marinated Chicken Thighs over at Simply Scratch
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These are excellent for a BBQ or just bulk cook a load of them to last you a few days for work lunches or dinners. For the beer, I used the Matso’s chilli beer. It’s a terrible beer to drink, but great to use in food! Make sure to marinate these for a couple of hours. I baked mine in the oven, you will get a bit of liquid from it, it can be reduced into a sauce. I have also done these on the BBQ and they are superb.