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October 03, 2011

Tenderized Yogurt Chicken with Fresh Veggies

By Mark Sisson
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Mark’s Daily Apple reader Marie submitted this Primal Blueprint recipe video as her entry to this year’s Primal Blueprint Recipe Video contest. This is one in a series of recipe videos, workout videos, Grokfeasts and other contest submissions that will be published all week long. View them all and vote for your favorites later this week. Grok on!

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Joanne - The Real Food Mama
4 years 11 months ago

This looks great. I never really enjoy chicken. Never thought to try using yogurt as a tenderizer! Thanks!

Jonathan Kraft
4 years 11 months ago

Hey Mark! This looks awesome! Think you could substitute turkey for the chicken and get the same great result?

Marie B.
4 years 11 months ago

Sure you could! It will taste a little different, but the yogurt should tenderize it in much the same way.

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4 years 11 months ago

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The Banani
4 years 11 months ago
I love the idea of merging the south and primal recipes. Although, have you ever read The Maker’s Diet – I felt he made some really valid health points about avoiding crustacians (ie shrimp), that they are essentially scavengers that are meant to clean ocean debris. And that some animals had the ability to eat them (and other iffy foods like carcases), but not humans. Although I often wonder about combining nutrients with crustacians to neutralize whatever is bad in them – animals do this apparently with clay, for example when they have to eat leaves etc that are really… Read more »
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Anna
4 years 11 months ago

mmm, looks delicious 🙂 Now I know what to do with my big tub of natural yoghurt that’s about to hit it’s use by date!

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