Bone broth is excellent for making soups, stews, sauces, and sautés. If you are on a paleo or AIP diet, bone broth is often recommended for sipping in between meals for extra nutrition.
Bone broth is a delicious, restorative, highly nutritious broth made by simmering meat bones in water for 8-10 hours. The broth completely absorbs all the micronutrients from the bones themselves. AIP and Paleo diets both recommend consuming bone broth every day. However it can get boring, so I tend to add it to a thick soup or make a nice soup out of it from scratch, like this one.
Feel free to swap out the kale and mushrooms with any other vegetables (raw or cooked) you already have in your frig. Continue reading “Quick Bone Broth Veggie “Noodle” Soup”
Using a single frying pan, a spatula, a serving platter, and a few simple ingredients, you can whip up this delicious, nutritious meal of salmon and zucchini. Even with prep work it’s only 30 minutes from start to finish. Continue reading “30-Minute Salmon and Zucchini”
Here’s a great, but rather complicated article on how to make the simplest of deliciously roasted meats – the basic roast chicken.
Read the article if you want a deep dive into the numerous ways you can make this wonderfully succulent food. Or just follow my very simple recipe below and be done with it. Continue reading “Basic Roast Chicken”
This is a great recipe for lobster stock but you can also use shrimp shells, clam shells, salmon skin, fish bones, heads etc. I was surpised to see it takes three hours as I’ve traditionally done mine for only two. I’m not sure how much difference it makes but if you have the extra hour, go for three!
When you roast chicken thighs with the bone in and skin on the result is a much more flavorful meal. This recipe calls for adobo seasoning and pico de gallo so it has a Spanish flavor, but using different combination of seasonings and toppings you can achieve a wide variety of flavors.