New Years Eve is always a big affair in my household. We cook decadent comfort food and watch a movie marathon, and this year was no different. With recipes adapted from my new cookbooks, The Chopped Cookbook and Primal Cravings, I present to you a hearty meal that will warm both heart and home: Steak with Red Wine Mushroom Sauce and Mustard Roasted Asparagus.
If you’re looking for a delicious and easy side dish recipe, this Sautéed Cabbage with Bacon, Onion, Garlic recipe is it! , cabbage is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin C and vitamin B6 and has other health benefits! The bacon, onion, and garlic really adds to the flavor of this dish.
After the holidays, I always go on a crazy cleaning spree. I clean out my house, my closet and my refrigerator. I like to start the year fresh, clean and clutter free. The same is true about my eating. This Spicy Paleo Chicken Tikka Masala is the perfect trick to help get you back on track to healthier eating in the new year!
People often think the Paleo diet is all just meat, meat, and more meat. (I will admit bacon is my weakness though…) However, there’s actually plenty of dishes that are meatless… in fact, there’s plenty that are even vegan! If you’re looking for Paleo and Vegan recipes, I got you covered here with 100+ recipes including breakfast, sides, entrees, snacks, desserts, and more!
With the holidays and New Year right around the corner, I’m getting invites left and right to Holiday Potlucks. That’s why I thought it would be an awesome idea to make Paleo Sriracha Meatballs as my guest blog post on Predominantly Paleo! These are easy, yummy, and perfect for entertaining!
I love meatballs. They are super easy to make and down right addicting! Enjoy them in a good marinara or in a steaming bowl of soup. Heck, serve these Zesty Turkey Meatballs plain on the end of toothpick or a fast and easy appetizer!