Paleo Recipes – Cooking Made Easy

The purported benefits of the Paleo diet sound almost too good to be true. It would appear that to achieve optimum well being and sustainable weight loss with the Paleo diet, all one has to do is eat in line with the biology of the human body and consume foods which are friendly to the digestive system.

There must be something difficult to the diet, and surely it must be cooking. With such health benefits cooking must be a nightmare, right?

Well, it’s not as difficult as you might imagine.  We’re going to explain the basics, as well as give you some great recipes to try. If you need help with any of the recipes, this is a great Paleo diet cook book! They’re all contained in there, but we’ll give you a bit more info before you decide.

How to Learn to Cook Paleo

Cooking Paleo has been made easier than ever before by one dedicated Paleo guru named Nikki Young. Nikki is responsible for the most popular Paleo cookbook series on the internet and has recently released a second offering entitled “Simple Paleo Recipes”. The first Paleo cookbook released 2 years ago contains 310 recipes and is widely considered one of the best Paleo cookbooks on the market. Nikki’s latest book contains 200 fresh new recipes with increased accessibility for new Paleo followers.

Simple Paleo Recipes

Learning to cook some Paleo recipes isn’t that difficult, but the types of food are often strange to us and we have no idea how to use them  To assist those first starting out on their Paleo mission, the book incorporates a number of useful features. The first is a handy color coded meal recommendation indicator which helps the reader decide which Paleo diet foods are suitable for which time of day.

  • Green = Breakfast
  • Orange = Lunch
  • Blue = Dinner
  • Purple = Sweets
  • Red = Perfect with a meat dish
  • Yellow = Handy on the move snack

Shopping List and Meal Planner

The book also features a handy shopping list and weekly meal planner print out so ingredients can be written down and remembered at shopping time. At the back of the book is a useful conversion page for global cooking measurements. Cooking temperatures can be converted from Fahrenheit to Celsius, grams to ounces and even tablespoons to ml. The book comes in a handy PDF format which is great if you have a phone capable of displaying documents. If not the book is highly printable.

A Glimpse Inside The Book

The Paleo Diet Book covers all different food groups, and contains more than enough variety to keep anyone interested. The book has feature chapters to cover the following food groups.

  • Salads and Sides
  • Poultry
  • Meat
  • Soups
  • Seafood
  • Eggs
  • Snacks and Sweets
  • Sauces and Dressings

To tickle your taste buds, here are simple variations of the 14 of the featured recipes which demonstrate the broad range of innovation in Simple Paleo Recipes.

  1. Oven Roasted Capsicum Salad
  2. Chicken Avocado, Red Onion & Basil Ciabbatta Sandwiches
  3. Turkey Strips in herby Tomato Sauce
  4. Grilled Porterhouse or T-Bone Steak Recipe
  5. Seared Tuna Steak with Cucumber & Mint Salad
  6. Mint Lamb Skewers with Tomato and Onion Salad
  7. Stuffed Japanese Eggplant Wrapped in Prosciutto
  8. Rosemary & Lamb Sheppard’s Pie
  9. Beef, Tomato & Yellow Squash Casserole
  10. Veal Chops in Cognac & Mushroom Sauce
  11. Blood Orange Fruit Salad with Pomegranate & Coconut
  12. Chewy Honey and Ginger Cookies
  13. Chocolate Nut Pie
  14. Medieval Pork with Almond Hedgehogs

Visit the Paleo Cookbook for more great Paleo Diet recipes.

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