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 its a lot better then 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.
Apple crisp makes me think of my mom, and it’s a dessert that can be paleo-ized without sacrificing any of the yummy!
This simple salad of cucumber, onion and olives is tossed with paleo greek dressing.
This greek inspired lamb recipe is great with a simple salad of cucumber, onion and olives tossed with paleo greek dressing.
Italian wedding soup is a tradition in my family for all holidays. This paleo adaptation is just as yummy!
Baklava (from the Farsi for “many leaves”), a pastry perfected by royal bakers in the sultan’s palace in Istanbul, consists of layers of phyllo filled with nuts and spices and drenched in a syrup.
This little bitesize Caprese skewers are quick to assemble and beautiful on a tray.
Quick stir frys are great for a week night dinner. This paleo recipe sacrifices none of the delicious pow of Kung Pao.
I love Siracha sauce and needed a paleo version for many of my favorite recipes. This one is quick and easy!
This paleo take on the traditional Kalbi Korean-style grilled short rib dish is a great combo of meaty, salty, sweet and garlicky flavors.
Like the classic combination of melon and prosciutto? Then you’ll love this main-course pasta salad.
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.
A Mediterranean treat, the fresh herbs and veggies make it delicious.
This delicious spiral zucchini “pasta” will have you wondering why you ever ate pasta. The tangy sauce really makes this a special dish that will be sure to impress.
This is a super easy, crowd pleaser that Scott Gray turned me on to. Everyone always gobbles it down!
Known for its intensely beefy flavor, hanger steak is also sometimes called “butcher’s steak” because butchers often keep it for themselves. If you can’t find it, you can use sirloin tip steak, but it will cook more quickly.
This sweet and tangy marinade makes the delicious bbq chicken. Try to marinade the chicken for at least four hours!
This is the recipe from the wonderful risotto cooking class Melissa, my mom and I took at the Williams-Sonoma Kitchen in San Francisco. You need to stay near the stove, but the flavor is totally worth it!
This indian dish is one of our favorites. It’s hardy, yummy and is even better the next day for lunch. Be warned, its pretty fragrant when you make it 🙂