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    Before becoming primal I used to get Chinese Food every Sunday. I loved it! One of my Favorite things was the Crab Rangoon. I would bite off an end or tear it in half creating a spoon like pocket and fill the spoon with the sweet and sour sauce. It was heaven.



    I want to do my best at recreating this as a paleo dish.

    This is what I was thinking.

    Good full fat, raw cream cheese.
    A reduced berry dipping sauce like blue berry.
    Maybe some salt via Pancetta.

    lets say we took the cream cheese and cut in to bite sized logs. Froze it then rolled it in cooled Pancetta. Then we could dip the whole thing in the blue berry sauce with a tooth pick.

    Now I know that this could only be a special thing once or twice per year but that would make it all the more special.

    Any thoughts or recipes, similar dishes would be much appreciated.

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    you could also wrap the cream cheese mixture in a lettuce/cabbage/spinach leaf, or roll it in a flattened piece of meat like a beef roulade. this is a great idea...i might make something similar for a family thing that's coming up in a few weeks.

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    Insanity.

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    Flattened piece of beef sounds good. I'd like to get some kind of crunch texture with it but most of all I want it to be paleo in nature.

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    You could wrap the cream cheese in pancetta and then either pan sear it or deep fry it.

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