The Ultimate Paleo Indian Recipes Roundup

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Do you ever super crave Indian, but are pretty darn sure that it’s pretty much the opposite of paleo if you were to go to the nearest Indian Restaurant?  Well, here I’ve put together over 40 Paleo Indian Recipes you can make at home the next time you’re cravin’!  There’s everything from Paleo Chicken, Mutton, Beef (What!), Beverages, Naan recipes, and more.

Chicken

Spicy Paleo Chicken Tikka Masala from Oh Snap! Let’s Eat!

Spicy Paleo Chicken Tikka Masala

Paleo Chicken Tikka Masala

Easy Butter Chicken

Paleo Butter Chicken

Northern Indian Curry Stew

Super Easy Tandoori Chicken

Punjabi Style Chicken Soup with Cabbage

Easy Slow Cooker Curry

Indian Chicken Coconut Korma

Paleo Instant Pot Chicken Tikka Masala

 Pumpkin Curry

Paleo Chicken Tikka Masala

Simple Chicken Curry Recipe

Warming Coconut Chicken Curry

Chicken Curry with Zucchini Noodles

 Pressure Cooker Butter Chicken

Paleo Chicken Makhani (Butter Chicken)

Crispy Indian Chicken Drumsticks

Child Friendly Paleo Chicken Curry

Easy Chicken Thigh Curry

 Lamb / Mutton

Scrummy Coconut Lamb Curry

Slow Cooker Lamb Vindaloo

AIP Mutton and Spinach Curry

Saag Gosht (lamb with spinach sauce)

Other Meats

Beef Madras

Paleo Indian Turkey Tikka

Paleo Goan Fish Curry

Pakistani Kima Beef Curry

Naan and other breads

3 Ingredient Paleo Naan

Paleo Naan Bread

Paleo Roti

Paleo Paratha (Stuffed Flatbread)

Beverages

Coconut Masala Chai Tea

Turmeric Milk

Kanji (Indian Probiotic Drink)

Indian Masala Chai

Veggies and Other

Paleo Cumin Cauliflower Rice

Paleo Cauliflower & Pumpkin ‘Dal’

Indian Spiced Roasted Cabbage Steaks

Paleo Vegan “Butter Chicken”

Paleo Samosa

Ghee Recipe

Looking for more Asian recipes?  Check out The Ultimate Paleo Asian Recipes Round Up which has over 80 Asian recipes including Chinese, Thai, Indian, Indonesian, Japanese, Filipino, Korean, and Vietnamese food!

5 comments

  1. Loved your ideas and will try them.
    Have a question too.
    Am a software guys and I work at a 9-10 hour shift job.
    Would like to eat healthy and pack multiple lunch boxes, if necessary.
    How long will the recipes last in an air conditioned IT office.
    How to plan a lunch box, that isn’t going to spoil, which you might eat say 9-10 hours after packing?
    This has been a sticking point in my health journey,
    awaiting your help.

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