This melt in your mouth, lemon roasted lamb and potatoes is one of my favorite. It’s inspired by a great dinner we had with Sam and Scott in Palm Springs.
Wonderfully delicious and super easy, this quick and healthy meal is surprisingly flavorful despite its minimal ingredients.
Lamb is a great way to break out of the usual beef-chicken-pork rut, especially when used in a quick-cooking but complex-tasting dish like this.
This stir-fry uses the strong flavors of chilies and the refreshing flavor of basil to create a nice contrast of tastes. Beef is a good choice of meat for such a strong-flavored stir-fry.
I love the tang of lemony, garlicky Greek chicken. This recipe does not disappoint.
This paleo adaption of Ahi Poke which is Hawaiian Tuna Tartar.
I can honestly say it’s a lot better than any Francese I’ve had. So lemony and fresh tasting!
Chicken Marsala is my favorite food and I have really missed it since we’ve gone Paleo. This is a very easy yummy version.
It’s easy to forget that some of my winter favorite comfort foods are pretty close to paleo already. This very tasty paleo pot roast won’t disappoint.
This greek inspired lamb recipe is great with a simple salad of cucumber, onion and olives tossed with paleo greek dressing.
Honey mustard is absolutely delicious on these chicken thighs!
I love balsamic vinegar and when paired with honey and garlic, well just amazing!!! These are also great on a salad.
This recipe is a great one to impress guests at your next cocktail party. It’s really quick and simple, yet it looks very decadent and time-consuming. To make the roll-ups extra elegant for entertaining, wrap the roast beef close to the bottom of the spears, then stand them on a platter.
This whole grill-roasted chicken is rubbed with an intense spice paste and then basted with a tangy honey glaze on the grill for a double dose of flavor. It’s easy to double for a summer BBQ.
This is a paleo-ization of one of my favorite summer BBQ recipes. The paleo version is even BETTER than the original.
Quick stir frys are great for a week night dinner. This paleo recipe sacrifices none of the delicious pow of Kung Pao.
This paleo take on the traditional Kalbi Korean-style grilled short rib dish is a great combo of meaty, salty, sweet and garlicky flavors.
This is delicious as a side for a BBQ or as a meal on it’s own. I love the full body flavor of roasted vegetables.
Like the classic combination of melon and prosciutto? Then you’ll love this main-course pasta salad.
This meal is SUPER simple and it lasted me quite a few days. I would even recommend making a bit more of the mustard mixture to top your meals off with…can’t hurt having a bit more, right?
The trick to this delicious recipe is cooking it fat side up.
Pesto has always been a big “love” of mine. This Paleo friendly recipe scratches that itch.
This is just the right amount of garlicky, red-peppery bite.
By searing the beef over high heat and then moving to a cool zone to roast, the meat picks up an extra layer of smoky flavor it wouldn’t get in the oven.
So good it can’t be described, explosion on your taste buds chicken.
Crackling and crunchy, these boneless chicken thighs will leave you begging for more!