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Posts Tagged ‘ poultry ’

18 Jul

Primal Chicken Spaghetti

Chicken spaghetti is comfort food at its best and worst. It has that comforting casserole flavor that’s mild, but not bland, and a creamy, baked texture. But that’s where the goodness stops. Layers of spaghetti noodles, canned cream of mushroom soup and gooey cheese make chicken spaghetti a meal to be avoided at all costs. […]

6 Jun

Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites

This is a guest post from Louise Hendon, the co-author of the Essential Paleo Cookbook and co-founder of PaleoMagazine.com. She used to hate cooking, but that changed when she started a Primal/Paleo lifestyle over five years ago and discovered how food could taste delicious without spending hours slaving in the kitchen. And in this recipe, […]

16 May

Homemade Yogurt (plus Turkey Kefta & Grilled Veggies with Savory Yogurt Dressing)

If you’ve only ever eaten store-bought yogurt, then homemade yogurt is a revelation. Obviously, homemade yogurt easily surpasses Yoplait and the like, both in terms of nutrition and flavor. But you might be surprised to find out that your very first homemade batch will taste just as good, if not better, than the most expensive, […]

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 […]

4 Apr

Madras Chicken Salad

This a guest post from Michelle Tam of Nom Nom Paleo. Whipping up some chicken salad? Don’t you dare make a bland-tasting version tossed with plain old mayonnaise. Instead, punch it up with smoky, aromatic curry powder, crisp apples, fresh herbs, and toasted almonds. With just a few pantry items, you can radically transform a […]

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