Paleo Recipes

Steak With Caramelized Onions

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Flavored with a rich tomato-balsamic marinade and topped with a pile of tender caramelized onions, this steak is a centerpiece worthy of whatever feast you’re planning on dishing up. You can make the steaks on the grill or in a skillet on the stovetop, so you can enjoy it whatever…

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Oven Chicken Fajita Bake

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Colorful slices of bell peppers and red onions top off perfectly-seasoned chicken breast in this fajita-inspired chicken bake. Fajitas are typically made with strips of grilled meat, but this recipe adapts the concept a little to use whole chicken breasts instead. It’s just a slightly different way to try the…

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Rosemary-Skewered Scallops

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Scallops threaded onto sprigs of fresh rosemary pick up a delicious herbal flavor from the inside out – and you don’t even have to worry about whether you remembered to buy skewers! The rosemary also makes for a striking presentation: even though the whole recipe from start to finish takes…

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Chicken Pad Sew Ew

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Pad Sew Ew (also spelled pad see ew, pad si u, or phat si io) is a popular meal in Thailand and Laos: essentially stir-fried noodles with meat, eggs, cooking greens, and soy sauce. To make it Paleo here, the noodles get subbed out for thinly-shaved carrots, and the soy…

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Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes With Eggs

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Microwaves might be convenient, but oven-baked sweet potatoes get a mouthwatering caramelized sweetness that the microwave just can’t seem to replicate – it’s good enough to be worth the extra time, especially if you’re making a recipe like this that will give you several days’ worth of breakfasts in one….

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Crunchy Papaya Salad With Shrimp

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“Bean sprouts” don’t sound like a Paleo food at all: after all, aren’t they legumes? If you personally have a problem with bean sprouts, don’t eat them. But here’s the case for why you might consider them, even though they technically come from legumes: First of all, “Bean sprouts” are…

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Pineapple Pork Chops

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How does your mouth feel about a vacation to Hawai’i? These sweet grilled pork chops with pineapple taste like they came right off a beach somewhere warm and beautiful, even if you’re currently snowed in and hunkered down in a sweatshirt until April. If you’re tired of pork with apples…

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Greek-Style Chicken

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Do you need something tasty to eat, but your planner has enough to-dos to keep three people busy for a year? With a flexible marinating time and very little other prep required, this recipe is an answer to almost any schedule: For a weeknight dinner: put the chicken in to…

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Seared Cod with Fresh Herb Sauce

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Made-to-order herb butter and a lemony coconut milk pan sauce add plenty of flavor and creaminess to these quick pan-seared cod fillets – no tasteless, rubbery white fish here! It’s a great recipe for anyone who likes white fish with a little more flavor attached, but isn’t one for ultra-spicy…

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Mediterranean Salmon Tartare

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You’ve heard of steak tartare, but have you ever considered doing the same thing with a fresh fillet of wild-caught salmon? It’s not for everyone, but if you’re a fan of the beef version (or if you’re interested in experimenting with raw meat), salmon tartare might just be the dish…

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Curried Acorn Squash Soup

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Cinnamon and squash is a classic pairing, and roasting the squash with olive oil and fresh herbs is another. But here’s a type of seasoning you might not have considered with squash before: curry powder. Curry has a rich, full-bodied heat that goes perfectly with the squash: if you’ve been…

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Zucchini Gremolata

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Gremolata is a bright, citrusy Italian condiment made of garlic, chopped herbs and zest from a lemon or orange. It’s typically served over fish, but here it works its magic on some simple zucchini: the vegetables themselves are sweet and mild, so the gremolata adds a nice zip and a…

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Nicoise Chicken Stew

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Tender stewed chicken in a rich base of tomatoes and fresh herbs, with a handful of olives for a tangy flavor contrast: it smells good and tastes better. This is a recipe to make when you have plenty of time to let it slowly simmer away in the oven –…

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Pulled Pork Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

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Pulled pork is delicious, and there’s nothing wrong with just eating it straight off the plate (or straight out of the oven!). But there’s a reason why pulled pork sandwiches are so popular: sometimes, it’s also nice to have your pork with a starchy, slightly sweet delivery vehicle to contrast…

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Pumpkin Pie Bites

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Think of a vegetable, any vegetable. Now imagine adding some healthy fat, an egg or two, and a tasty dose of spices. Healthy and tasty, right? Now add a huge dump of sugar, a crust made of refined flour, and another sprinkle of sugar on top. Oops. In case you…

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Wild Mushroom Soup

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Fall might be best-known as the season for pumpkins and apples, but it’s also the best time of year to get your hands on another delicious treasure: wild mushrooms. Wild mushrooms have a fresher taste than the typical varieties, and a greater variety of flavors: you can get wild mushrooms…

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Red Wine Roast Chicken

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Here’s some real comfort food for a rainy day: chicken roasted in a rich red wine sauce with savory vegetables and fresh herbs. You get the meat and the vegetables all in one pan, all soaked through with the same delicious flavors. And it’s a nice way to use a…

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