Have you recently committed to a Paleo diet, or are interested in pursuing a lower-carb diet primarily focused on whole foods? This recipe collection is for you; here to make your lunch box choices a little more interesting that just steamed chicken and broccoli. From our delicious bun-free turkey burgers, to our 'fried rice' made from cauliflower and organic ham, there's nothing boring about these tasty lunch recipes.
Paleo eating or the 'caveman diet' as it is otherwise known takes inspiration from the diets of our ancestors. It claims to help followers achieve optimal health, minimise the risk of chronic disease and lose weight. The Paleo diet is based on grass-fed meat, fish and seafood, eggs, and non-starchy fruits and vegetables. Nuts and oils such as olive, walnut, flaxseed, coconut, avocado and macadamia are also allowed. Grains, legumes, dairy, refined sugar and oils, and processed foods are not allowed.
This beautiful seafood dish is perfect for entertaining guests. Moist, flaky salmon is beautiful topped with a fragrant olive, capsicum and basil salsa.
Can-do dinner. There’s a reason this BBQ cooking method is still a hit – because it’s great!
Enjoy this warming, fragrant chicken broth as the base for your next casserole or risotto, or simple enjoy on it's own as a light soup on a cold winter's evening.
Put a healthy swing on hot chips with these beautiful home-baked kumara chips. We've used sweet potato in this recipe to lower the starch content, but maximise flavour. Enjoy!
We love this succulent lemon and garlic rack of pork. Score the fat on top diagonally before baking, and you'll be rewarded with an extra crispy crackling that is easy to snap into pieces and share.
Savoury mince on toast is an all-time family favourite; kids and adults of all ages love it. Serve on buttered toast or, to extend the meal even further, mix the mince with cooked pasta. Use any vegetables you like.
This humble vegetable gets an undeserved bad rap in our view. We think these delicious brussels sprouts with crispy pancetta deserve a place on your Christmas table, right next to the duck fat roasted potato.
Ceviche is a centuries-old Latin American dish using citrus juice to 'cook' seafood. We used kingfish fillets in our recipe, but you can use whatever you prefer. Just be certain to buy the freshest sashimi grade fish you can find.