Author: Paleo on the Go

Paleo Shakshuka (Israeli Eggs)

I enjoy exploring cuisines from different cultures around the world. It can expose us to so many new flavors and spices. History tells us that Shakshuka originated in Tunisia and quickly spread throughout the Middle East and North Africa. It is traditionally cooked in a cast iron pan or Tajine and is often served with a nice crusty bread for sopping up the juices in the pan. The word “Shakshuka” means “A mixture”. Different countries have added items to the mixture making it their own. Basically poached eggs, this is a delicious way to change up your breakfast routine....

Read More

Paleo Kielbasa Pigs in a Blanket

A Childhood Comfort Food Gone Paleo This meal is another take on a comfort food classic from our Executive Chef. Whenever we think she’ll be stumped recreating our childhood favs she shocks us with a new creation. I remember being on a vacation with my family when I was little. We stopped for breakfast somewhere and they had “pigs in a blanket” on the menu. Despite the title and the imagery that popped into my head, mom ordered them anyway for me to try. To my surprise, they were delicious! Of course that dish wasn’t Paleo like this one....

Read More

Paleo House Fried Rice – Paleo on the Go

I love Chinese food and house fried rice is a favorite. When I was younger Chinese restaurants were known to use additives that made some of my family members sick. House fried rice is typically a combination of shrimp, beef and chicken along with assorted vegetables and white rice. Our Executive Chef developed this recipe using all real food clean ingredients. And of course she has replace the white rice with Riced Cauliflower. Why order takeout when you can put this delicious Paleo House Fried Rice together in a matter of minutes! Asian cooking is all about the preparation,...

Read More

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...

Read More

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...

Read More

Subscribe to our newsletter and receive our TOP SECRET AIP Doughnuts recipe!

Archives