This recipe features a delicious steak seasoned to perfection combined with the perfect homemade salsa of cucumbers, chopped dill, and vinegar.
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.
This overnight tomato sauce has all the classic ingredients you’d expect to find in a tomato sauce with no artificial additives.
This recipe swaps out the spaghetti noodles for spiralized sweet potatoes, which make a perfect alternative to make this classic dish paleo-approved.
This pizza crust is both gluten-free and paleo-friendly with a topping that uses grilled chicken, roasted bell peppers, and a paleo approved marinara sauce.
Tilapia is a nutritious and versatile fish that goes well with ceviches, fish bakes and other serving styles. It loves being paired with fruits and herbs alike, and is mild enough in flavor and texture that you really can be creative. Give some of these recipes a try!
Ravioli is probably my favorite pasta dish, and I bet you love it, too. After all, who wouldn’t love pasta filled with yummy things and topped with more yummy things? No one, that’s who. So if you’re missing ravioli, try out some of these paleo ravioli recipes that are healthy, delicious, and fun.
This delicious cauliflower bake uses arrowroot flour, almond milk and paleo approved mayonnaise along with garlic for even more great taste.
Spiralized zucchini noodles and juicy shrimp are tossed in a homemade fajita style seasoning featuring a delightful mixture of spicy hot ingredients.