If you’re cutting those carbs and staying on the paleo lifestyle then this is a good recipe to make. This meatloaf is super easy to make and leftovers are excellent for next day lunch.
Beef Stroganoff or Beef Stroganov is a Russian dish, named after one of the members of the influential Stroganov family, of sautéed pieces of beef served in a sauce with sour cream (smetana). From its origins in mid 19th century Russia, it has become popular around the world with considerable variations from the original recipe. Beef Stroganoff preparation varies significantly not only based on geography, but based on other factors as well, such as the cut of meat and seasonings selected. Meat for the dish can be cut in different ways and is sometimes diced, cubed, or cut into strips. Some variations include mushrooms and onions or other vegetables and varied seasonings such as sugar, salt, black pepper, and bottled marinades, especially Worcestershire sauce, and rubs. In the version often prepared in the United States today it consists of strips of beef filet with a mushroom, onion, and sour cream sauce, and is served over rice or noodles.
A complete one-pot meal, this stew is perfect for chilly nights at home or your next tailgate. The sauerkraut will mellow as it cooks.
Pantry staples like coconut milk and curry paste liven up simple chicken in the fast and flavorful weeknight meal.
Chicken paired with a classic Italian bread salad is a nice dish for both weeknights and weekends.
This fried chicken is marinated in buttermilk and honey for 24 hours.
The perfect combination of chicken Parm and hearty Italian meatballs. Each bite is packed with cheese and satiating protein. Pair with whole grain pasta or zucchini noodles.
Fresh and dried ginger combined with orange and honey make for an irresistible ham glaze.
This is a nice dish to make on a busy weeknight.
Coating chicken cutlets with flour before searing creates a nice light breading.