Paleo recipes for cooking: stovetop

Coconut Milk Hot Chocolate

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Dark chocolate is the king of Paleo indulgences and when combined with the richness of coconut milk you’re in for something really decadent. This hot chocolate is easy to prepare in a few minutes and will keep you warm during the cold winter months. Full of good fat from the…

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Creamy Onion Soup

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Onions are a staple for making the “base” of soups, stews, braises, and stocks, but how often do you see a dish that focuses just on the onions for their own sake? Well, that’s what this soup is: get your onion-chopping goggles out and get ready to transform those tear-jerkers…

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Cauliflower Chowder

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Pureed soups are nice and all, but sometimes you want something with a little more texture and heft to it: enter chowder! Chowder is a fantastic comfort food, only unlike cheap sugar it’s “comfort food” that involves an entire head of cauliflower, miscellaneous other vegetables, healthy fats, and healing bone…

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Swedish Style Meatballs

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Savory and spicy bite-sized meatballs in a satisfyingly thick sauce, no furniture shopping required! (Although if you really wanted to, you could introduce them to your family as MEATBÅLLS and see if they get the joke). Even if you’re not a big IKEA fan though, these meatballs are delicious just…

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Ginger Carrot Soup

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A generous knob of fresh ginger and just a hint of turmeric add some zing to this savory-sweet soup. Carrots, apples, and zucchini might not seem like an obvious combination, but it really works here: all three of them have a slightly different combination of sweet and hearty, and all…

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Cream of Chicken and Leek Soup

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Leeks are the perfect vegetable for a winter soup: rich and warming, with a silky texture and a mild sweetness. They’re actually part of the onion family, so the flavor is very slightly onion-y, but without the bite. Unfortunately, being related to onions, leeks aren’t great for anyone with a…

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Beef and Winter Vegetable Soup

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Carrots and sweet potatoes are the popular kids of the winter vegetable gang, but rutabagas are practically eating lunch alone in the bathroom: they look kind of weird and lumpy, like oversized purple radishes. But if you can get past their fashion sense, rutabagas are actually delicious and very nutritious…

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Chicken Club Wraps

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Nobody knows for sure where the club sandwich came from or how it got its name, but it’s certainly popular, and it’s not hard to see why. Crispy bacon and tender chicken with juicy tomato slices and creamy mayonnaise make for a pretty delicious combination – even better here in…

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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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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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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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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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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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Strawberry Applesauce

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For true apple-lovers, U-pick season can be a bit of a mixed blessing. On the one hand, so many delicious fresh apples! And you get to go out yourself and choose your favorites in the sunshine and the fresh Fall air! But on the other hand, there are only so…

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Ambercup Coconut Milk Dessert

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One of the most popular requests on our interactive guide to finding allergy-friendly desserts was for desserts with no chocolate or carob in them – so here’s one to start you off! The creamy coconut filling is a perfect complement for sweet roasted squash, and a dash of nutmeg adds…

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Chunky Apple Ketchup

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Looking for a unique condiment to add some special flavor to your week? Here’s one: a sweet, fruity ketchup made with fresh tomatoes, apples, and pears. It sounds a little strange, but it’s actually delicious; just try it! Once it’s cooked, it’s almost like a very thick salsa, perfect for…

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Bacon-Wrapped Salmon

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Can’t decide whether you want salmon or bacon for dinner? Try both! Yes, it’s pretty rich, but plenty of fresh tarragon and lemon zest keep the recipe from getting greasy or overwhelming, and the final flavor combination is delicious. If you’re trying to impress anyone special, this is definitely a…

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Old Fashioned Cabbage Soup

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Winter vegetables tend to look grumpy and uninviting: a wrinkly head of cabbage and a big lumpy rutabaga just don’t look as welcoming as a basket of ripe strawberries. But a little patience and a lot of chicken stock will bring out their inner sweetness and transform those tough-looking vegetables…

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