We’re kicking of new series called Paleo Journeys, in which we interview bloggers, authors, medial practitioners, fitness gurus and those with amazing, life-changing stories about their health and well being journey. As well as talking about their own paleo/primal/holistic lifestyle experience, our guests will share their favourite ingredients, cooking tips and fun facts. The aim of these interviews is to inspire, educate and motivate you to create your own, optimal paleo journey. We’re very excited to have Scott Gooding as our first guest.
Paleo burgers are packed with protein, they are low carb, and budget friendly. We’ve assembled a list of our favourite Paleo hamburger recipes using a range of meats including beef, lamb, chicken, pork, seafood, turkey, kangaroo, and buffalo. If you can’t find good quality grass-fed mince, you can always grind your own using a food processor. You don’t need a bun – you can serve burgers with a simple salad, between two portobello mushroom, or wrapped in lettuce.
If you’ve ever been to a Tex Mex joint or travelled through California or Texas, you would have seen a tortilla soup on the menu. Although nobody is quite sure of its origins, this hearty and zesty soup has become a bit of a darling of Mexican fusion cuisine. The purists will have to forgive me but as this is a paleo friendly dish, the tortillas no están incluidos! Also, I’ve gone on my own adventure when playing with the traditional recipes so this is another Irey’s special. Es muy delicioso (it’s very tasty) and I hope you like it.
Recipe: Baked Apple & Pork Meatballs
Today’s recipe for apple and pork meatballs comes from Monica at The Movement Menu. She has lots of yummy recipes and ideas on her site and was kind enough to share a few with Eat Drink Paleo readers, so you’ll see her name pop up every now and then.