Every spoonful of this Paleo-friendly stew is filled with good-for-you ingredients.
Can’t decide if you want to have tacos, a sandwich or a slice of pizza? This meal is all three in one tasty, Paleo-approved meal.
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Stay cozy indoors with this super simple, winter-ready soup that's made with ingredients you already have on hand.
From crunchy base to herbaceous tomato topping, this appetizer is perfect for every gathering or get-together – and it’s easy to throw together.
Pop This Lamb Tagine into Your Slow Cooker Tomorrow Morning to Build a Savory, Moroccan-Inspired Stew by Dinner Time
With this easy, hands-off recipe, you’ll be able to get a succulent stew on the table without even turning on your stove.
What could make buffalo shrimp with ranch dressing even better? Serving it taco-style.
If you’re tired of the same ol’ sandwiches and salads, you’ve got to make this richly spiced and curry-inspired spin on classic chicken salad.
When those spicy cravings hit, you need to make a big bowl of this easy curry (and you’ll only need a few ingredients!).
Creamy, sweet and full of banana flavor, this pudding makes for one seriously delicious morning meal – all while satisfying your nutritional needs.
It’s hard to believe, but we’ve got a super quick and easy cooking technique that’ll get dinner on the table in 10 minutes flat – seriously!
Put down your smartphone and skip the takeout tonight. If you make a batch of these spicy veggie-based noodles, you’ll get everything you’re craving (and it’ll be extra healthy).
You’ve made it into rice, into steak, even into pizza crust – now, enjoy this chameleon of a vegetable as a crunchy alternative to nuggets.
Nope, it’s not a joke – you really can indulge in this bar-food favorite and still feel great afterwards.
Eating decadent dinners on the Paleo diet is indeed possible on Thanksgiving. We’re proving it with this selection of compliant recipes fit for a party.
You’ll never have to say “eat your vegetables” when you make these fritters.
Chicken gets coated in a seasoned, nutty mix and baked for a crispy pecan-crusted chicken dinner.
Pete Evans has taken the classic miso soup and replaced bland tofu with something that will please the whole family – meatballs! Here, he uses chicken, but any ground protein, such as pork, shrimp or beef, will work well. You can even gently poach a fillet of fish if you prefer.
There's a new steak in town – and, surprisingly, it's made from cauliflower. Here we cut the cruciferous veggie into thick steaks, coat it with spices then roast it 'til golden for maximum caramelization (read: flavor).
A 3-ounce serving of our broiled eye of round steak recipe has only 180 calories, 1 gram of saturated fat and 3.5 grams of total fat, so it's no surprise that it's one of our favorite dishes.