Healthy, Hearty Paleo Meals Without the Dishes, Mess or StressPaleo cooking has never been so easy! In One-Pot Paleo, Jenny Castaneda shares delicious recipes for enticing Paleo meals that only require one pot, pan or bowl. That means tasty, filling Paleo meals without the mess. You'll spend less time cooking and cleaning and more time enjoying your meals.One-Pot Paleo's cHealthy, Hearty Paleo Meals Without the Dishes, Mess or StressPaleo cooking has never been so easy! In One-Pot Paleo, Jenny Castaneda shares delicious recipes for enticing Paleo meals that only require one pot, pan or bowl. That means tasty, filling Paleo meals without the mess. You'll spend less time cooking and cleaning and more time enjoying your meals.One-Pot Paleo's casseroles, stir fries, bakes, broils, soups and stews are a mix of Paleo essentials like Pan Seared Steak, Portobello Sandwiches, Chicken Pesto Zucchini and Plantain Pizza, as well as dishes Jenny has gathered from around the globe, like Loaded Spanish Tortillas, Hawaiian Meatballs and Austrian Pancake Bites. One-Pot Paleo is all about convenience, and Jenny makes it easy for readers to determine which recipes contain potential allergens and how to swap ingredients to tailor meals to individual dietary restrictions and preferences. She'll also help you prep a week's worth of meals on the weekend to save you even more time. Let One-Pot Paleo simplify your life and spice up your Paleo diet in the process!...
|Title||:||One-Pot Paleo: Simple to Make, Delicious to Eat and Gluten-free to Boot|
|Number of Pages||:||208 Pages|
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One-Pot Paleo: Simple to Make, Delicious to Eat and Gluten-free to Boot Reviews
Meh, a lot of orange food. The “meatball noodle soup” just looked undercooked, the paleness of the ball having some sort of weird resemblance to boiled ground turkey. Plus — most of us probably cannot afford to eat this much expensive seafood. That aside, I DID end up jotting down -and tweaking- two recipes.
While the recipes were fine, too many of them were far from paleo. White rice? Rice noodles? The author should commit to the paleo moniker or drop it as it is misleading.
Finally!I've always been curious about the paleo concept but I didn't want to go overboard with the plan nor change my diet altogether. I'm a big fan of comfort food that represents who I am, and by the same token, thoroughly enjoy the cultural heritage behind the dishes I grew up with. When I came across One-Pot Paleo I was immediately smitten...the thought of cooking paleo-friendly Filipino dishes excited me. From our traditional pancit recipe, to the bold flavors of pork belly, this cookbook definitely hit one out of the ballpark! As far as cons, perhaps some dessert ideas would have completed the entire paleo Filipino-food package for me...
You guessed it...I'm a self-proclaimed foodie. I love to try new things in the kitchen and the Paleo craze has totally engaged me. I love the thought behind each meal...not to mention that they only use one pot (which my teenagers love). There are some items I won't be cooking in my kitchen - squid, pork belly or liver of any type - but it was interesting to read those preparations. She sold me with One-Pot....
VERY VERY INTERESTINGThere are a few interesting delicious recipes that I have bookmarked and will return to them. This book is all about fresh and dry ingredients that I am sure we all have in our cupboards...can't wait to try.
My idea of what a cookbook should be! Lots of easy-to-follow recipes, each with a colorful opposite page photo of the dish.
lots of yummy food. I can't wait to try some of them!
3.5-4this book will be very helpful to many!
A picture for every recipe, love it!