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Posts Tagged ‘ dinner ’

25 Apr

Nori-Wrapped Roasted Salmon

If you’ve cooked fish wrapped in parchment paper before, which gently steams the fish and keeps the flesh moist, this recipe will make total sense. But in this case, instead of parchment, the wrapper is edible, nutritious and delicious. Nori, a sea vegetable best known as a wrap for sushi, can also be used to […]

11 Apr

Primal Chinese Orange Chicken

Orange chicken probably needs no introduction, but for those of you who have never ordered from a Chinese-American take-out menu, it’s battered and deep-fried chicken pieces coated in a sticky, sweet orange sauce. Health food, it is not. But sometimes, it’s surprisingly easy to transform a recipe from something SAD into something deliciously Primal. This […]

28 Feb

Slow Baked BLT Frittata

A frittata is a meal suitable for any time of day. Served alone for breakfast or with a side salad for lunch or dinner, it’s a step up from scrambled eggs and less fussy than an omelet. Frittatas are generally shoved under the broiler for quick cooking and therein lies the only problem with a […]

21 Feb

Fish Tacos with Primal Mayo

Primal Mayo has arrived, a delicious and healthful Primal and Paleo approved mayonnaise that’s made from real food ingredients and tastes like real mayonnaise. Finally, mayonnaise can once again be a convenient condiment that’s always in your fridge, rather than something you have to whisk together by hand every time! Even if you’re not someone […]

14 Feb

Rogan Josh Lamb Stew

Rogan Josh is lamb stew with an unusual but memorable name. It’s a meal that fills your house with the comforting aroma of spices and slow cooked meat. Luckily, in this quick and easy (and dairy-free) version of Rogan Josh, “slow” only means an hour, so you won’t be tortured by the mouth-watering aroma for […]

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