Organic Ground Beef Paleo Recipe
I just love it when a ground beef recipe is simple, yet delicious enough that you’ll want to make extra portions and freeze them.
This ground beef recipe has the paleo principles you’re aiming for : protéins-vegetables-healthy fats. Make sure your protein portion isn’t bigger that the size of your hand palm.
And bonus, this recipe can also be made during a Whole30®.
The Whole30® is an effort to eliminate all food additives, colourings, alcohol,
food preservatives for a complete 30 days. As an example : liquid vanilla extract without
alcohol – verify your own bottle at home, it probably has some in it!
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This recipe is based on the Whole30® recipe. I wanted you to be able to make in a day or two in advance to let the chicken marinate in its juice for extra mucho flavor!
To learn more about the Whole30® program, you can read It Starts with Food.
This program has changed the way Mike and I see our diets. It revealed all the anxiety and unconscious associations we make with food. In other words, 30 days of extra awareness of what you put in your plate.
Minced Chicken with Sun Dried Tomatoes and Basil.
I often get the complaint that people don’t have enough time to cook healthy meals.
That is why I decided to start a series of videos about quick, delicious and easy to make meals.
This minced chicken recipe (organic please!) is even better a few days after it’s been cooked. All the flavors integrate the chicken strips along with the sun dried tomatoes. It makes a real explosion of flavors in your mouth.
My paleo chicken and shrimp stir-fry is one of the most versatile meal there is. You can almost throw in any types of vegetables, seafood and meat you have handy. When you are out of ideas for your next meal, quickly scan you fridge shelves and bins to explore new possible combinations.
Here are a few tips before you start :
This is a guest post from Paléo Québec – http://paleoqc.com and was originally written in french.
Recently, a blog reader mentioned a problem when she ordered beef on a farm which raises their animals naturally. Because of the lack of demand, the producers are not used to keep certain parts of the animal (such as brain or tendons) and others are hard to obtain. A butcher’s shop confirmed that they threw away some offal every week because of lack of demand. That is really sad because they are not only extremely nourishing but also delicious, if correctly prepared. If you splurge on a high-end restaurant, you’ll notice the menu will be filled with offal.
One of the easiest way to start with sous vide cooking is by using a large pot of water directly on the stove top. If this is your first experience, I recommend you try cooking salmon or any other type of fish, as they require to be cooked for a small 10 to 20 minutes.
Start by rubbing your choice of seasonings on the salmon before placing it in a plastic pouch or bag. You can use the following combinations or be creative as much as you want.