Here are some of the items you need to grab on your next trip to the grocery store:
This is a pretty good start to make some of the dishes that I have tried and think that you might enjoy as well. Now, the only proteins I eat are chicken and fish. If you eat other meats, then your meal possibilities are even greater than mine. As I mentioned before, I purchased a Paleo cookbook written by two bloggers. I chose this cookbook because while thumbing through it the recipes looked simple and the photographs beautiful. And then as I looked closer, I was really impressed with all of the great information this book provided. It gave lists of items to eat and not to eat. Foods to stock up on for Paleo cooking and even recipes for making your own condiments and milks.
PaleOMG. Click on the link to learn more about Juli and get some GREAT recipes.
Civilized Caveman Cooking Creations. Check it out too to get LOTS of Paleo recipes.
I previously shared their Bacon Pecan Cabbage Recipe and today I want to share another delicious recipes from their cookbook.
*Coconut oil for greasing the wire rack
*2 pounds chicken wings
*1 tsp. course sea salt
*1 tsp. freshly ground black pepper
*1 tsp. granulated garlic
*1 cup of your favorite hot sauce
1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Line a rimmed baking sheet with aluminum foil, place a wire rack
on top and grease the wire rack with coconut oil.
2. Arrange the chicken wings on the rack and season with salt, pepper and granulated garlic. Place
in the oven and bake for 15 minutes.
3. After 15 mins. remove the wings and place in a large bowl. Pour the hot sauce on them, tossing
to make sure they are evenly coated.
4. Place the wings back on the wire rack and place in the oven. The recipe says to keep them in
there for an additional 15 mins. but I think I left mine in there a little longer. Use a thermometer
to make sure they are done!
And for those of you who have a sweet tooth here is a quick fix I found on Pinterest:
FRIED HONEY BANANAS:
*1 slightly under-ripened banana
*1 Tablespoon honey
*Olive oil or coconut oil
Lightly drizzle some oil in a skillet over heat. Slice the banana and place in the heated oil. Cook on each side for a couple of minutes. Whisk the honey and 1 T. water together. Remove the pan from the heat and pour honey mixture over the bananas and then sprinkle with cinnamon. This tastes sort of like Bananas Foster!
HERE to see original Pinterest post.
I hope you will try these recipes and see how fun, easy and delicious Paleo cooking can be!
Remember to EAT GOOD FOOD!