What’s the secret to every good chili recipe? It’s all about the sauce. With that in mind, I wanted to share a truly excellent instant pot sweet chili sauce recipe that’s 100% paleo-friendly. From start to finish, you can have this sauce ready to go in 25 minutes, making it a quick and easy option to whip up when you’re looking to spice up your chili a bit. And spice it up, it will—the sauce is made with two fresh long red chili peppers, along with a few other tasty ingredients like garlic, ginger, and honey (which all have the added benefit of making sure the sauce doesn’t just taste great, but it’s packed with antioxidants as well).
If you’ve been craving Chinese food but would rather cook your own meals from scratch, then this crockpot egg drop soup recipe is going to be a treat. It offers a paleo twist on a classic Chinese dish by adding in hearty ingredients like chicken breasts and eggs to really beef up the protein content of the dish. What makes this dish give off that authentic Asian vibe is the fresh ginger, garlic cloves, and scallions. It all comes together beautifully to make a bowl of crockpot soup that’s simultaneously nice and light while also being paleo approved.
This recipe has everything you could ask for — protein packed meatballs, a tasty mix of fresh veggies, and a paleo teriyaki sauce that’s one for the books.
These addictive meatballs are made with lean ground beef featuring a hint of garlic and ginger flavor combined with a tasty homemade sweet and sour sauce.
Chicken satay skewers are an excellent high-protein, low-carb, and moderate fat meal to provide the body with essential nutrients and much-needed energy.
This salad has plenty of protein provided by chicken strips that have been marinated to perfection, a variety of healthy veggies, and a homemade dressing.
Kung pao chicken is an extremely versatile dish and can be cooked using a variety of ingredients. It can be made paleo with a few simple tweaks.
Sushi doesn’t have to be off limits for paleo enthusiasts due to its rice content; simply replace the rice with blended cauliflower florets.