Author: Paleo on the Go

Tasty Garlic and Fresh Herbs Sautéed Mushrooms

I love mushrooms. Did you know that there are more than 10,000 varieties of mushrooms? That’s a lot! There are approximately eight that are commonly available in markets in this country. Combining the different varieties of mushrooms made the flavor in this dish incredible. Adding fresh herbs and garlic all sautéed in Kelapo Ghee makes this a rich, flavorful and meaty tasting dish. Honestly, I could have eaten a whole bowl of this and been completely satisfied. This would be great on its own as a side dish or served on top of a nice grilled ribeye or chicken. Better meal...

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Creamy Avocado Cucumber Soup (AIP)

This is a light,  flavorful soup perfect for the summer months. An AIP alternative to gazpacho, our Avocado Cucumber Soup is served chilled. A nice big salad to serve alongside would make this a great filling meal on a warm summer’s evening. Using our Lemon Dill Avocado Sauce as the base, the addition of more avocado, cucumbers and coconut cream make this a thick hearty yet, light soup. A lovely addition would be to serve it with some of our Southern Sweet Potato Biscuits too!  Avocado Cucumber Soup (AIP) Avocado Cucumber Soup (AIP) 2017-06-08 17:35:27 Serves 2 Write a review Save...

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Basil Chicken & Vegetable Coconut Curry

I find the flavors of Indian cuisine to be very comforting. It’s kind of like an international comfort food. I love a good curry, whether they are hot and spicy or mild like this one. As always, whenever possible use ingredients that are fresh, organic and clean. We also use a good quality organic, cold pressed coconut oil from Kelapo. The blend of spices we know as curry has been around for thousands of years and this our paleo take on the dish. Give the recipe a try and be sure to let us know how it turns out,...

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Tangy Island Cauliflower Rice

Ok, this was some seriously good “riced cauliflower”. The flavors of lime, cilantro and the toasted coconut topping were absolutely delicious. Some may think that cauliflower rice is a fad, but for those who cant eat real rice, it is a godsend. Being able to recreate the texture of rice and prepare it just as you would the real thing is amazing. My favorite thing is that you can use it to soak up sauces and gravy on your plate! Whats your favorite cauliflower rice recipe? Cilantro-Lime Island Cauliflower Rice Cilantro Lime Cauliflower Rice with Coconut 2017-06-16 16:15:08 Write...

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Classic Shrimp Francese

Ok, Shrimp Francese is one of my new favorite things. Our chef told me that it was a popular dish in New York. It’s now popular in Florida too because honestly, I have been craving it since she made it. So delicious! The shrimp were perfectly seasoned and cooked. We chose to cook the shrimp in Kelapo Coconut Oil & Ghee. A new partner company of ours where will begin sourcing our ghee. Surprisingly, they are local to our area! Thanks to Kelapo’s Coconut Oil and Ghee blend, the shrimp has a delicate buttery lemon flavor that I couldn’t get enough of....

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