Recipes by Topic - cooking: stovetop

Coconut Lime Chicken Soup

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Here’s a flavor-packed way to perk up any leftover chicken hanging around the fridge: give it new life with a creamy coconut milk base, a blend of spicy Thai seasonings, and plenty of lime juice for extra zing. It only takes a few minutes, so it’s perfect for busy nights…

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Brisket Chili

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Got some leftover brisket? Give it a whole new life as a chunky, hearty chili to gobble down right now, freeze for later, or both. If you don’thave any leftovers, you can still get in on the action: just toss some raw brisket into a slow-cooker with all the other…

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Cream of Zucchini Soup

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It’s zucchini season! In the store, it’ll be cheap, but if you have a garden, you probably already have more than you know what to do with: zucchini is one of those crops that appears in a burst of abundance and sends you scrambling around to press huge baskets of…

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Zucchini and Mushroom Pasta

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Tired of serving your Paleo noodles with the same old meatballs and tomato sauce? Here’s a colorful new idea that brings out the heartier side of vegetables like zucchini and mushrooms with just a hint of creamy coconut milk for flavor. Spaghetti squash plays the role of “pasta” in this…

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Tuscan Chicken Skillet

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Calling all tomato-lovers! This easy weeknight dinner has it all: sun-dried and fire-roasted tomatoes to double up on that full-bodied savory flavor. Add the umami from the mushrooms and the time-honored combination of garlic and herbs, and you’ve got a surefire winning recipe, all in just a few minutes of…

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Pomegranate Salmon

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Pan-fried in sumac and pomegranate, this salmon has a fresh, woodsy flavor with just enough sweetness to balance it out. If you haven’t ever really tried Middle Eastern food before, it’s a simple way to start without committing to a huge rack of expensive new spices. And if you’re already…

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Sweet and Sour Chicken

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Throw out that old menu from Panda Express: Paleo is here to reclaim the sweet’n’sour chicken throne. Crispy chunks of pan-fried chicken and juicy bites of pineapple are all coated in a tangy-sweet sauce – and all without a trace of flour or vegetable oil. It’s delicious on its own…

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Ground Beef Tacos

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To follow up with a delicious use for some Paleo tortillas, here’s a basic taco recipe that you can adapt almost endlessly to suit your personal tastes. As long as you’ve got your taco shells and meat ready, the choice of toppings is practically unlimited. Go traditional with bell peppers,…

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BBQ Chicken Salad

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Crunchy and creamy combine in this grill-inspired chicken salad recipe featuring homemade BBQ ranch dressing, avocado, and pan-fried chicken over a crisp bed of greens. The red-and-white dressing adds a colorful touch, and the whole salad is ready in just a few minutes: all you really have to do is…

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Balsamic Steak Rolls

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Quick, colorful, and all wrapped up for your convenience, these juicy steak rolls are packed with vegetables and finished off with a tangy-sweet balsamic glaze. Adding basil and oregano without a pile of tomatoes gives them a very fresh Italian flavor. Pile a few of them on your plate for…

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Guacamole Stuffed Eggs

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Here’s a fresh new twist on the “deviled egg” theme: keep the irresistibly creamy center, but go easy on the mayo and add an avocado instead. The bright, spring-green color is perfect for the early days of warmer weather, and the taste is lighter without being bland. If you always…

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Fried Honey Banana

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Looking for a treat that’s just for one? Big bulk recipes are convenient if you’re feeding a family, but for a solitary cook, two dozen cookies is just too much! All those extras often just end up in the trash can – or worse, they hang around in the fridge…

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Pork Loin Braised in Coconut Milk

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A coconut-milk gravy infused with the woodsy freshness of rosemary and sage adds smoothness and a subtle, aromatic flavor to the meat in this simple but delicious pork loin recipe. If you’ve ever gotten impatient with a pork roast and then had to suffer the leathery consequences, you know the…

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Pad Thai Salad

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What’s faster and tastier than ordering Pad Thai on a busy evening? Making it yourself! This recipe is so quick that it’s ready well before your restaurant food would have arrived, and turning the classic Pad Thai flavors into a salad makes it a much healthier option. With a creamy,…

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Beef Strips with Mushroom Sauce

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Originally named after a 19th-century Russian aristocrat, beef stroganoff has spread to every corner of the world, and the original idea has been adapted to all kinds of local cuisines and personal preferences. Traditionally, beef stroganoff was cubes of meat sautéed with mustard and served with sour cream, but cooks…

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Chicken Mango Salad

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Sometimes, classic recipes are the most fun to modify: you get the familiarity of a favorite lunch, with just one or two little pleasant surprises to help you appreciate the dish even more. It’s a way to rediscover what you’ve always loved about a traditional recipe, and maybe even to…

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Pepper Steak

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This recipe is a real celebration of all things pepper: the steak is first marinated in a peppery vinaigrette, and then stir-fried with sweet pepper slices and Asian-inspired spices to create a zippy, tingly stir-fry with pleasantly crunchy vegetables complementing the thin strips of meat. The marinade in this recipe…

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Chunky Meat and Vegetable Soup

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If you’re looking for something a little bit different to do with ground beef, check this out as an interesting change from meatloaf or scrambles. It’s not quite a chili, but it’s got the same heartiness and comfort value: a rich base of tomatoes and homemade bone broth, the earthy…

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Creamy Zucchini And Mushroom Soup

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Here’s a warm, satisfying soup for a full stomach. First you pan-fry the vegetables to enhance their flavors and get that delicious caramelized richness into the soup. Chicken stock and coconut milk give you the potential for a velvety-rich texture, and a spin in the blender makes it all come…

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Tomato Soup

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Some tomato sauce is so good that you almost want to eat it straight from the jar, and when you make that tomato sauce into a soup, this is the soup you get. It’s a study in the power of fresh, wholesome ingredients: if you’ve never tried tomato soup that…

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Zucchini and Egg Breakfast

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Eating a serving of vegetables for breakfast is great healthy habit to get into, but it’s hard to get started since we don’t usually see vegetables as a “breakfast food.” After a year or two of eating Paleo it feels a little more natural to eat a big pile of…

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Sweet Potato Bacon Cakes

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Got a craving for hash browns to go with your eggs in the morning? Why not make your own, and kick the flavor up a notch with these sweet potato bacon cakes! The potatoes are cooked first to bring out their natural sweetness, and then mixed with just a few…

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Asian Stir-Fried Brussels Sprouts

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What to do with Brussels sprouts? Most of us have had a stomach-turning boiled Brussels sprout experience at some point: a plate full of slimy, green-brown mush is nobody’s friend. So toss out the boiling water and pull out the skillet instead for Brussels sprouts that are browned on the…

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