Fun, festive and FREE of dairy, legumes and corn - this is the perfect Paleo Taco Dip to bring to a party or enjoy while watching your favorite game! Can be made as individual servings or one big casserole dish.
Fish Tacos with Smoky Slaw (recipe from Make It Paleo 2)
This recipe is one of our favorites from our new cookbook, Make It Paleo 2. We love it for it's balance and fresh flavors... this dish is super refreshing during the summer when the slaw ingredients are in season. If you don't want to go all-in, this would be great in lettuce cups instead of the tortillas, giving it an additional pop of crunch and lightness. If you love this recipe, get your hands on a copy of Make It Paleo 2 (http://bit.ly/MakeItPaleo2)
Having a Moscow Mule says ‘summertime’ to me. This particular drink was popular during the 1950s and has experienced a resurgence in recent years. Like many others, I love the refreshing combination of ginger beer and lime juice. If you want to experiment with our Ginger Beer recipe (pg 288 in our new book, Make It Paleo 2 - available for preorder now on Amazon), this is a great way to fully test it out when the book arrives. My favorite vodka brand to use is Three Hunters Vodka, a Paleo-friendly version of the spirit distilled from grapes and blueberries.
These tortillas take a little patience and finesse, but they are a great grain-free version of the flour tortillas you may be used to. They hold up great, and don't break when you wrap them around your favorite foods. Try them with our Fish Tacos or Lamb Gyros!
This is one of my favorite ways to prepare ribs because it’s quick, yet still yields tender, fall off-the-bone meat. Frankly, ribs are unacceptable any other way. If the meat doesn’t fall off the bone, you’ve done something wrong. This spice blend works well on other cuts of pork, too, so don’t hesitate to change things up. You can purchase our Ready-Made Barbecue Rub to really take this recipe to the NEXT LEVEL, although we have provided an alternate recipe below that will do just fine too.
An Italian classic made paleo! Even the word “cacciatore” is very primal. It means “hunter” in Italian. Chicken cacciatore basically tells you it’s paleo right in the title. How could you go wrong? This meal is delicious enough to eat on its own, but you may also serve it with spaghetti squash or zucchini noodles. It tastes like you spent all day in the kitchen.
Nothing says you can’t still enjoy taco night when you live a grain-free lifestyle! This recipe takes classic taco flavors and deconstructs them to create a deliciously fresh salad. Enjoy this meal for lunch or dinner any day of the week!
Even if you don't like fish, you'll love these easy, healthy and paleo tuna cakes! They contain: no breadcrumbs, no gluten, 100% paleo, they have veggies and they are so easy to make! The best part is that even my now picky toddler will still gobble these up happily, and will get loads of vitamins from them!