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Paleo Friendly Recipes
Paleo is, according to Wikipedia: The Paleolithic diet, Paleo diet, caveman diet, or stone-age diet is a modern fad diet requiring the sole or predominant consumption of foods presumed to have been the only foods available to or consumed by humans during the Paleolithic era,
Recipes below originally posted in 2016 at my old Blog Crea Bea in Europe.
I like Frittata Muffins.
They are so easy to make and you can add the filling you like and vary as much as you want.
I use a Muffin pan for 8 Muffins.
Preheat oven at 180 Celsius
Ingredients for 4 Muffins:
1 Tablespoon water (or leave it out)
Little Himalayan Salt
Chopped dried Spicy Peppers to taste
Turmeric (I LOVE Turmeric, though it has a special taste. Turmeric is one of the most healthy spices)
Other Spices & Herbs you like
The filling I used this time:
50-75 gram Cantarel, chopped
1 small Onion chopped
Mix all ingredients well together and add them in 4 of the Muffin parts from your Muffin pan.
For the other 4 Frittatas I used:
1 small Onion chopped
Also mixed well together and added to the Muffin pan.
30 Minutes at 180 Celsius.
Remember every oven is different time can vary a little.
These Frittatas also taste really good with Chorizo, Tuna (shorten the time in the oven, otherwise they will be to dry) or even Blue Cheese (not Paleo Friendly!).
Healthy Lunch Wrap
Stuffing I used:
Green beans (use with cautious)
Large raw tomato
Stuffing can be changed to taste.
You can also add, for example, several kinds of fruit and eat it as a dessert.
Cook the beans until al dente and let them cool.
Fry the chanterelles in a little coconut oil. Let them cool.
Cut tomato and onion in small pieces
Mix the ingredients.
Spread a wrap with a layer of homemade Tzatziki (recipe below).
Add a layer of mixed vegetables.
Divide small pieces of smoked salmon on top of the vegetables.
Roll the wrap. And wrap it in kitchen plastic.
Your healthy Lunch Wrap is ready.
The wraps can be frozen (without lettuce).
Or 2-3 days kept in the fridge.
Home Made Tzatziki
When you need a no sugar sauce for meat, feel free to use this recipe.
You can save it for a few days in the fridge but fresh is always better.
I always make it fresh and let it stay a few hours in de fridge.
1/2-1 small cucumber (as I do live in Greece I use the Greek cucumbers)
5-10 tablespoons Greek yoghurt (be careful when using with Paleo Diet)
Garlic Cloves (I use 2-3 for a small amount of Tzatziki)
1-2 tablespoons coconut milk or water (biological, without sugar)
Salt to taste (I use Himalaya salt)
Olive oil to taste (I use this rarely)
Greek yoghurt in a bowl
Squeeze the cucumber off after cutting (so you have less water from the cucumber)
Add the finely ground cucumber.
Finely chopped garlic cloves (or from the press)
Salt to taste
Add the coconut milk/water when the sauce is to thick
Olive oil to taste
Stir together and you are finished.
Below recipe from Paleo Flourish
Spetember 9th 2018: It’s National Steak au Poivre day!
Prep: 5 min | Cook: 10 min | Yield: 1
1 filet mignon or similar steak (6 oz approx 1-inch thick)
1 Tablespoon (15 g) salt
2 Tablespoons (10 g) peppercorns
1 sprig of thyme
2 cloves of garlic, crushed
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) ghee, to cook with
Remove steaks from the refrigerator, season with salt and let sit for 30 minutes.
Crush the peppercorns, using a mortar and pestle or a flat board or pan.
Press the crushed peppercorns onto both sides of the steak.
In a hot skillet, add the ghee, thyme, and garlic. When the ghee is hot, add in the steak. Cook the steak for 3-4 minutes per side. This should get it to medium rare.
Calories: 696 | Fat: 58 g | Total Carbs: 2 g | Fiber: 0 g | Sugar: 0 g | Net Carbs: 2 g | Protein: 42 g
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