Paleo Diet Recipes:
Recipes for the Paleo Diet
2: The Land Meats
here for part 1, seafood dishes)
time for the meat of the paleodiet, which is... well, meat!
if it walked the Earth a hundred thousand years ago, then it's paleodiet viable.
If you're like me, you've never had game meats. Being on the paleodiet is a great
time to incorporate some venison, pheasant, or wild duck into your nutritional
MEGA-SEASONED, SLOW-COOKED ROAST BEEF
a pork bottom roast can be substituted for beef.
beef chuck roast
1 large yellow onion, cut into eighths
1 large carrot,
scrubbed, peeled, and roughly chopped
1/4 head cabbage, sliced into palm-size
2 cup button mushrooms, whole, stems removed
Mrs. Dash seasoning
Ground black pepper for searing
1 Tbs extra virgin olive oil
1/4 cup water
Mushroom gravy, optional *
vegetables and put in crockpot, onions and carrots on the bottom. Add 1/4 water.
rub Mrs. Dash and ground black pepper over every side of roast. You want the roast
pan and add oil. Sear roast until brown on all sides.
roast in crockpot on top of veggies. Cook on low 7-8 hours or high 4-5. Serve
roast and vegetables with optional mushroom gravy, described below.
cups white button mushrooms, stem removed and thinly sliced
1 tsp fresh thyme
1 Tbs minced garlic
1 tsp ground black pepper.
extra virgin olive oil
Broth from cooked crockpot roast
oil in sauce pan on medium low heat. Fry garlic and thyme for thirty seconds,
stirring continuously. Add mushrooms and saute until they shrink by half and give
off liquid. Season with black pepper.
out 1 cup of broth from crockpot (it's okay if some vegetables remain). Add to
pan. Bring to a light boil and constantly stir. Broth will thicken and reduce
we're not using any flour and butter as a roux, this will take a lot longer. But
the end result is well worth the labor.
OF THE CAVEMAN
favorite kind of beef steak (filet, ribeye, porterhouse, sirloin, etc)
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp minced garlic
1/4 cup extra
virgin olive oil
seasonings and oil and stir well (refrigerate overnight for stronger infusion).
Place steaks on cutting board and drizzle or brush with oil mixture.
oven up to 500 degrees.
1 Tbs of olive oil in cast iron pan (you must use cast iron or you'll ruin
your pan) under medium heat. Sear steaks on both sides, browning until you red
cast iron pan in oven.
for one or two minutes and then flip steaks and return to oven. Two minutes for
each side will yield a medium rare steak.
know, I know. You're missing the potatoes -- baked, mashed, or in the form of
the classic steak fry. But I have a surprise that's pretty interesting and almost
just as good: stuffed turnips.
You'll find the recipe in our vegetable section of paleodiet recipes.
MAN GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST
Extra virgin olive oil
Ground black pepper, to taste
Mrs. Dash, to taste
both sides of breasts with oil and seasoning. Heat a 2 Tbs oil in a pan on medium
heat and grill, flipping as breasts cook. Chicken is done when white all the way
through -- you never want any pink in poultry. Always be safe and cook
a few minutes longer to be sure.
what goes with the seafood and meats? No rice, no pasta, no potatoes, no beans.
That leaves vegetables. Lots and lots of vegetables.
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