Easy 30-Minute Paleo Mongolian Beef is so easy to make, and is soy-free, grain-free, and refined sugar-free! This healthy Mongolian Beef recipe includes tender yet crispy chunks of flank steak in a sweet and tangy sauce that will knock your socks off!
How to make the perfect beef tenderloin roast for a super tender, mouth-watering meal. Whether you’re enjoying a fancy evening in with your special someone or serving guests, this beef tenderloin recipe is sure to please! If you checked out my Prime Rib Recipe or my Rack of Lamb Recipe, you can probably pinpoint the …
Instant Pot Beef Bourguignon made gluten-free, and paleo friendly! This easy beef bourguignon recipe is so simple to make in the pressure cooker and results in the most comforting dinner recipe!
Low-Carb Spaghetti Squash Burrito Bowls made with winter squash for a keto-friendly burrito treat. Top these beauties with your favorite toppings for a comforting dinner. If you a.) love spaghetti squash, b.) enjoy a good burrito situation, c.) enjoy a whole food and/or low-carb lifestyle, or d.) any combination of the aforementioned, then these Spaghetti …
The best steak marinade (or Tri Tip marinade)! This easy, flavorful marinade recipe can be used on any type of animal protein for any cooking method! Marinate steak, chicken, pork, or even seafood in advance for amazing dinners throughout the week!
Ribeye, tri-tip, sirloin steak, round roast? Whatever your favorite cut of beef, this easy steak marinade recipe will knock your socks off!
While a great cut of beef only really needs some sea salt and pepper, it can be fun to flavor it up with an amazing marinade.
Truly, this may be the only steak marinade you’ll ever need! You can tweak it depending on what you already have on hand and your desired level of sweet, spice, umami flavors and/or your love for herbs and garlic.
Let’s dive in!
Dazzle your family and friends with quick and easy beef stir fry! This fresh, vibrant recipe comes together in less than 30 minutes and incorporates an amazing homemade soy-free easy stir fry sauce. Psst! This recipe can easily be made paleo or keto!
I’m sure at some point in the nearly nine years I’ve been blogging that I have confessed my unruly obsession with stir fry. You guys, I eat it every day. Often for multiple meals. Always for breakfast.
All the veggies, all the protein, a hefty scoop of rice…stir fry all day err’day, let’s GOOOO!
What can I say? Vegetables + protein brings me life.
I posted a fine and funky Easy Stir Fry Recipe a couple of days ago, which is what I use in this recipe. Before you begin shopping for this beef stir fry, be sure to check out the sauce so that you have everything you need!
Also note there are many, many options for customizing the sauce according to what you keep on hand as well as your dietary restrictions.
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Gluten-Free Meatloaf made paleo friendly. This easy recipe comes with a low-carb keto option and makes for a hearty meal.
Who here is a meatloaf FANATIC??
Authentic story: The inspiration behind this recipe came from the fact that one of the most well-searched recipes in the U.S. currently is – you guessed it – meatloaf.
In addition to banana bread.
Being cognizant of what types of recipes folks are eating up, I figured it was high time I share a straight-forward gluten-free paleo meatloaf recipe.
After making this paleo meatloaf recipe, I admit I now feel I should make it more frequently. It truly is a satisfying main entree!
I even would like to change up the flavors. In fact, I already have a Thai-style meatloaf roaming around in my head with fresh ginger and basil mixed right in. Maybe some curry paste if I’m really letting my hair down. Thoughts? Feelings?
Instant Pot Corned Beef and cabbage is quick and mouth-watering delicious! This easy corned beef made in a pressure cooker is a crowd-pleasing delight! For years, I made Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage using my slow cooker on St. Patrick’s Day. While I love slow cooked meat, I almost exclusively use my Instant Pot now, …
How to brine corned beef at home – an easy photo tutorial on making nitrate-free, refined sugar-free corned beef.
Every year before St. Patrick’s Day, I tell myself, “this is the year I brine my own corned beef.” Yet every year, I wait too long and inevitably end up buying the pre-brined version from the store.
Well. This is the year, and the time is now!
Corned beef takes about 5 to 7 days to brine, which means there is still time to get your brine on! I’m diving into how you can brine your own corned beef at home as well as providing an overview on the various cooking methods you can choose.
First, let’s discuss why one would brine their own beef.
Ultimately, you have control over everything that happens throughout the process, from keeping it nitrate-free, selecting the type of beef you want to use, making it refined sugar-free, and choosing your own picking spices. Let’s dive deeper!