- Guacamole Recipe - Chard Raisin Pine-Nut Salad Recipe- Organic Teas/Paleo Sweetener
Paleo Recipes - Vegan Recipe
Gluten Free Recipes | Wheat Free Recipes
|Roasted Carrot w. Honey Balsamic Sauce|
-2 bunches baby carrots, ends cut off
-10 small white onions, peeled, cut in half
-2tbs olive oil
-3tbs balsamic vinegar
-Line a baking tray with baking paper, spread carrots and onions on tray.
-In a small bowl combine olive oil, balsamic vinegar and honey. Drizzle evenly over vegetables and toss to coat.
Provided: The Paleo Recipes Cookbook
-4 red onions, peeled and sliced
-4tbs rosemary leaves, chopped
-4tbs olive oil
-Pre‐heat oven to 180 degrees Celsius, fan-forced.
-Line a baking tray with baking paper. Place pumpkin, onion and rosemary leaves on the baking tray and coat with olive oil.
-Place tray in the oven and bake for 15‐20minutes or until pumpkin has cooked and onions have browned.
Provided: Paleo Recipe Cookbooks
Broccoli, Bacon and Cashew Salad
|Provided: Paleo Recipe Cookbooks|
- 1 broccoli, cut into florets and stalk diced
- 3 rashes of bacon, fat removed, diced
- ½ cup toasted cashews
- 1tbs oil
- Boil broccoli in water on high heat for 5‐7minutes or until tender and cooked through.
- Remove water and place broccoli in a large serving bowl.
- Cook bacon in a frying pan for 4‐5minutes or until crispy. Remove bacon from pan and
place into serving bowl along with broccoli and cashews. Combine well.
|Baked Japanese Yam|
- -1 pound baby carrots
- -8 ounces mushrooms
- -1 green squash sliced
- - 1 slice red pepper
- -1/4 cup olive oil
- -1 Tbsp sea salt (to taste
- -2 Tbsp. chopped fresh garlic
- -2 tsp chopped fresh rosemary
- -1 tsp ground black pepper
- Toss all vegetables in liquid mixture.
- Place the vegetables on glass cookie sheets. Roast in preheated oven at 450ºF. until soft (carrots will take longer).
T.G.I. FRIDAY'S Vegetable Grill
|Provided: America's Secret Recipes|
- - Portabella Mushroom
- - Remove stem from mushroom and discard.
- - Rinse mushroom with cold water.
- - Add your favorite vinaigrette dressing - just enough to fill the bottom of
- the mushroom cap; marinate for one hour.
- - Place mushroom on grill, cap side up.
- - Grill until tender.
- Zucchini - wash and dry, cut into large round slices, about 3/4" thick.
- Summer Squash - wash and dry, cut into large round slices, about 3/4" thick.
- Roma Tomato - wash and dry, remove core and discard, cut in 1/2" w edges.
- Use bamboo or wood skewers - soak in water for 30 minutes before use so skewers do not burn on the grill or splinter.
- Assemble skewers in color array such as - red pepper, zucchini, Roma tomato, squash. When assembling place vegetable flat on cutting board and insert skewer through skin side and out through skin side for a flat, long skewer of fresh vegetables.
- Grill until vegetables are just tender and slightly crunchy.
Provided: America's Secret Recipes
|Vegetable Winter Stew|
2 bunches Asparagus, green, bottom 1/3 of stem removed
2 lbs. Carrots, peeled, cut oblong or large dice
1 lb. Baby Brussels Sprouts, fresh, cleaned or frozen can be used
1 lb. Wax Beans, ends snipped
2 oz Butter (Replace butter with Olive Oil for Paleo Diet)
1 each Zest from orange
4 oz. Olive
Salt and Pepper to taste.
- Asparagus: preheat grill or large heavy bottom sauté pan. Rub 2 oz of olive oil on asparagus and season with pinch of salt and pepper. Lay flat on grill or sauté pan until lightly browned. Using long fork or tongs, rotate the asparagus to brown other sides. Usually 2 or 3 minutes per side. The asparagus is done when you can use a fork to cut through. Do not overcook, this will cause asparagus to become stringy. Keep warm until ready to serve.
- Carrots: bring 3 qt salted water to a boil, add carrots to water and cook until fork tender, meaning a fork will easily pass through the carrot. Drain the water from the pot and toss 1 oz butter (replace butter with Olive Oil for Paleo Diet_ and zest of orange and mix until carrots are coated. Season with pinch of salt and enjoy. Keep warm until ready to serve.
- Brussels Sprouts: For Fresh: Bring 3 qt salted water to a boil, cut into the stem of the sprout with a pairing knife to create an X on the bottom, this will allow the stem to cook more evenly. Place sprout in boiling water and allow to cook until bottom of sprout is tender and easily cut with a knife. Preheat a heavy bottom saute while the sprouts are cooking. Remove sprouts from water and allow all water to drain completely. Add 2 oz oil to saute pan and add the sprouts, season with salt and pepper while tossing the sprouts around to evenly brown in the pan. If sprouts are too big, you can cut them in half, keep warm until ready to serve.
- For Frozen: Bring 3 qt salted water to a boil and drop frozen Brussels sprouts into water, these are precooked so you are only thawing them out. Remove from water and saute as above.
- Yellow Wax beans: bring 3 qt salted water to boil, add snipped wax beans to water and allow to cook done. Remove from water and toss with 1 oz butter (replace butter with Olive Oil for Paleo Diet) and season with salt and pepper.
Provided: America Secret Recipes
|Paleo Vegetable Kale Recipes|
Kale Honey Walnut Recipe
Kale Soup Recipe
Mushroom Cilantro Recipe
|Mushroom Cilantro Recipe|
Guacamole side dish great with tacos, enchiladas, dip and chips. Avocado known as alligator pear is. Grown in tropical and Mediterranean climates worldwide. Can be pear-shaped or egg-shaped. Large fruit green-skinned, ample body with single seed. Nutritious loaded with vitamins and minerals
Paleo Guacamole Recipe
Sautee Chard Golden Raisin Pine-Nut Recipe
- 3 cups sliced chard's (washed and dried)
- 1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1/2 teaspoon sea salt (season to taste)
- 1 teaspoon black pepper (season to taste)
- 3 finely chopped garlic
- 1/2 cup golden or brown raisins
- 1/2 cup pine nuts
- Saute seasoned chard and garlic until tender.
- Once chard's is tender remove from heat
- Mix sauteed chard's with raisins and pine nuts
Sweeteners allowed in Paleo Diet
I have 1 cups a tea every morning and 1 cup of tea evening and add a small amount of honey. Honey not allowed in the Orthodoxes Paleo Diet but I enjoy my teas sweetened. with honey.
- Low Fats
- Low Cholesterol
- Small source of Magnesium, Potassium, Copper and Magnanese
- Aids in digestion
- Some studies suggest that raw ginger reduces pain in legs
Mints are herbs and can be grow in your garden.
Finely chopped approximately 2 tablespoons of fresh mint. Or add 3 - 5 mint leaves to tea (to taste). Let mint simmer with selected tea and boiling water for approximately 5 minutes.
- Low in Fat
- Low in Cholesterol
- Good source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C
- Source of Protein, Calcium, Iron, Copper and Potassium
Lemon Nutritional Value
- Mixed with hot water can aid in bodies digestion
- Lemon is a diuretic
- Apply a few drops of lemon juice on Cotton ball and insert in nostrils. Helps to stop nose bleeds
- Vitamin B6, Vitamin C
- Low in Cholesterol
- Low in Fats
- Low in Sodium