do you eat rice? what about fried rice with lots of vegies. if using stewing meat just cut the meat up into small thin strips & quick fry in your spices of choice (garlic, ginger, lemongrass etc) before adding to the rice/vegies/eggs
Curry powder + garlic (or garlic powder) + cream = yummy on almost any meat or fish dish.
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This is pretty simple and your mileage may vary depending on how tough your meat it, but I've used stew meat for "taco" meat. Slice it up, add some veggies (I use chopped carrots, cabbage, onion, and garlic), add in your usual taco seasonings (oregano, cayenne, red pepper, cumin, chili powder, more garlic, whatever) with some water to coat everything. Then I dump it on a bed of spinach and baby kale and go to town. This is especially good if you can tolerate sour cream
This is my fave:
Slow Cooker Thai Yellow Curry With Grass Fed Beef Brisket | Award-Winning Paleo Recipes | Nom Nom Paleo
I'm not sure what "no nightshades" means besides the obvious of peppers and tomatoes so I don't know if Thai curry spices are out... I use the Thai Kitchen green curry.
Potatoes and eggplants are also common nightshades.
Originally Posted by lorichka6