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Category: Recipes

Adaptogenic Keto Fat Bombs

The basic ketogenic diet garners about 65-75% energy needs from fat sources. While a good Primal diet offers much in the way of healthy, varied fats, with keto it’s helpful to have extra strategies for incorporating additional good fats. That’s where the keto fat bomb comes in.

But that doesn’t mean shoring yourself up for anything tasteless or unappealing. Many fat bomb recipes—like this one—aren’t even savory. In fact, with just enough sweetness, the prevailing taste of this keto fat bomb is rich, cocoa goodness—deepened by an earthy nuance of chaga mushroom mix.

And here’s what makes these particular fat bombs so special. Not only do you gain all the major benefits of collagen and a healthy dose of nutrient-dense fat from coconut oil and almond butter, you’ll also get the nutritional magic of adaptogenic chaga. One of the true superfoods, chaga is a fungus long used in traditional medicine that is rich in both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory phenols. It has the highest ORAC value of any natural food and is rich in major and trace minerals. So, you can be sure this keto fat bomb offers more than its share of both delicious flavor and essential nutrients.

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Primal Keto Ice Cream

This is the keto ice cream you’ve been waiting for. It’s creamy, rich and luscious, and made with just 5 ingredients. Primal keto ice cream is pure, unadulterated, guilt-free bliss. There’s no dairy, no added sugar or artificial sweeteners, and no additives.

It’s almost impossible to make rich and creamy dairy-free ice cream without dumping sugar or additives into it. Here’s the secret: High-fat coconut milk and macadamia butter, pure vanilla extract, and PRIMAL KITCHEN® Collagen Fuel. This combination is all you need to make delicious dairy-free, high-fat, low-carb, low sugar, keto ice cream.

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Instant Pot Lamb and Sweet Potato Stew

The Instant Pot is a perfect appliance for stew, coaxing flavor and tenderness out of meat and vegetables in a short amount of time. Instead of the typical beef and white potato stew, this recipe uses lamb and sweet potatoes, plus a bunch of spices, for a richly flavorful and comforting meal.

The sweetness of the potatoes is perfect with the slightly gamey flavor of lamb. After a short time in the Instant Pot, both the meat and sweet potatoes melt in your mouth like butter. Cinnamon, coriander, cumin, garlic and ginger all punch up the flavor but don’t overwhelm the dish.

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Lomo Saltado

Lomo Saltado turns an Asian stir-fry into a uniquely Peruvian meal. The recipe starts out in familiar stir-fry territory: thinly sliced steak cook with red onion, soy sauce and vinegar. But then tomatoes are added. And French fries. A fiery green sauce made from PRIMAL KITCHEN® Mayo,
jalapenos, cilantro, and lime finishes the dish, officially turning Lomo Saltado into a stir-fry like no other.

Lomo Saltado isn’t Lomo Saltado without the French fries. There’s just no way around it. For this recipe, the potatoes are fried in tallow, cooled, and then reheated before serving for the sake of the resistant starch. If you’re going to eat French fries, the ones here are probably your best bet. Eat them occasionally, in moderation, and enjoy every crispy, salty bite.

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Sardine Nicoise Salad

Salade nicoise might just be the original “Big Ass Salad”. A French classic, Salade nicoise is a rainbow of ingredients arranged on top of lettuce: green beans, purple potatoes, hardboiled eggs, tomatoes, olives, fresh herbs and, usually, tuna. This recipe follows the French preparation pretty closely—with once exception. Instead of opening a can of tuna, try sardines instead.

Although there’s nothing wrong with using tuna for this salad, it’s a good idea to balance your protein intake from different sources. What do sardines have to offer? Sardines are largely free of the heavy metals other, larger fish tend to accumulate (like tuna). They provide ample calcium, iron, protein, selenium, magnesium and omega-3s.

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Smoked Salmon and Avocado Caesar Salad

PRIMAL KITCHEN® Caesar Dressing is everything you want in Caesar salad dressing—creamy and garlicky with a punch of lemon and pepper. It’s the perfect dressing for a simple bowl of crisp romaine lettuce, but if you want to take your Caesar salad to the next level, you’ll toss in more flavor and nutrients with smoked salmon, avocado, and kale.

This salad can be plated at home like a regular salad, or cleverly brought to work in a glass jar. Layering the dressing and ingredients in a jar stores everything neatly (no salad dressing leaks!) and keeps the salad crisp and fresh. When it’s lunchtime, just shake the salad into a bowl. The dressing will pour out on top of the greens, avocado and salmon, instantly making a Caesar salad your coworkers will envy.

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