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Recipes tagged with: one pot recipe

 Pork Cacciatore
  • Time: 5-6 hours
  • Complexity: easy

Pork Cacciatore

Here is another amazing (if I may say so myself) one-pot Paleo Italian recipe!  OMG OMG OMG is all everyone was saying after each bite!  This is why I love to cook and entertain. We normally grill when we have company at the lake but I wanted to just relax in the sun with my girlfriend Pam and let the oven do the cooking.  What a big hit!  I served with sauteé spinach.

Cindy's Note: I used boneless pork shoulder and they came in 3 pound packages.   I picked up 2 because it really is better the next day!

To prepare on you BGE - Heat your grill to a medium temperature and set the covered pan in the center for 2 hours!

Baked Root Vegetable Chips
  • Time: 35 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Baked Root Vegetable Chips

I just love these chips!  Not to mention the bowl is absolutely beautiful and what a great way to get your kids to eat vegetables!

I love using my mandolin for these chips but you can also use a sharp chefs knife. You may want to rinse the beets and maybe even wear gloves.  

Chicken and Peppers Egg Drop Stew
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Chicken and Peppers Egg Drop Stew

OMG OMG OMG - I have to start this recipe with OMG and its Paleo....  I love my random Paleo one-pot meals and it only took 30 minutes.  This recipe was developed as I was taking the ingredients out of my refrigerator and this is what I created!  

Perfect dinner for 2!

 

Chicken Sauté with Tomatoes, Garlic and Italian Herbs
  • Time: 20 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Chicken Sauté with Tomatoes, Garlic and Italian Herbs

This dish just couldn't be any easier but full of flavor.  We have so many cherry tomatoes in the garden that this dish was a perfect Paleo One-Pot Dinner!  Enjoy this flavorful recipe.

 

Easy One-Pot Shrimp Scampi
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Easy One-Pot Shrimp Scampi

This one-pot Paleo recipe is perfect for an appetizer or main course.  I served at our lake house with company as an appetizer and it was a big hit!  Go ahead and make these...  so yummy!!

 

Garden Gazpacho
  • Time: 25 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Garden Gazpacho

With all of the garden vegetables my husband requested a gazpacho and OMG it was great to use what I had just picked from my friends garden.  We just love living at the lake during the summer and our friends came over to enjoy this with us.  

I do realize how lucky I am and try to show my gratitude every day!  We have a wonderful family and friends who truly love to be around us.

I did state it takes 25 minutes and that is the time to chop, put together and clean up.  The longer you let it sit in the refrigerator the better. Try to give it 2 hours to let the flavors combine.

All you need for this recipe are the ingredients (and add other fresh vegetables), a food processor and a bowl! Enjoy this Paleo Summer Soup!

 

 

One-Pot Grilled Steak and Vegetables
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

One-Pot Grilled Steak and Vegetables

I found by cooking all of this dinner in one pot added so much flavor to the dish and prevented the grill from flaming or pieces falling in the grate!  Using my Cast Iron Pan made it super easy and I served dinner right from the pan!  How easy is this.........  Love one pot recipes and this one is Paleo too...

Glenn and I are not very big eaters and I don't go wow over steak (just me) but I go crazy over eggplant.  I did pick up 2 boneless rib eyes at Highland Park Market but we only cooked up one and save the other (wrapped and froze for another dish).  This was a perfect meal for the two of us.  For the bigger eaters - go ahead and cook up 2 steaks!

You can make the same amount of vegetables for 2!  You can also grill the steak on the grates.  We are just loving the cast iron pan.

 

Pork Cutlet with baby potatoes and Italian herbs
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Pork Cutlet with baby potatoes and Italian herbs

I just love my one-pot recipes!  Especially when I cook in a beautiful pan then serve form it as well.  You get to scoop up all of the extra flavors.  

You can add any potatoes (sweet as well and just chop them up) but the colorful baby potatoes just looked to amazing and I couldn't pass it up.  Hubby really enjoyed this meal after a long trip to NYC!

Oh and before I forget - This is also a 30 minute meal and a perfect dinner for 2! 

 

 

 

 

Roasted Cauliflower Bacon Au gratin with sliced Asparagus and a Sherry Soy Reduction
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Roasted Cauliflower Bacon Au gratin with sliced Asparagus and a Sherry Soy Reduction

Hubby and I were at the Farmers Market and picked up tons of fresh vegetables, fish dip and a leg of lamb for Easter and a few tenderloins.  Last night I really wanted salmon and I created this amazing side dish and it's Paleo for you to enjoy!

I used only 3 tablespoons of organic cheddar for the au gratin and wow was this a perfect side.  I hope we have left overs as it will be all stored together and enjoyed for lunch today!

Sauté Spinach and Kale topped with Caramelized Shallots
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Sauté Spinach and Kale topped with Caramelized Shallots

I was watching the foodnetwork and Bobby Flay was making this recipe and OMG it looked so good but I wanted to make it a little healthier so this is what inspired me.  I just LOVE shallots and OMG was this side dish amazing. I served it with my Stuffed Turkey and enjoyed this dinner with my lake neighbors and hubby.  

My husband pared this dish with our favorite Peju wine!

Enjoy!

Cindy's Note: You can make the shallots up to a day in advance and just store in the refrigerator until you made the spinach and kale.  (that is what I did)

Shrimp with Lemon, Garlic and Parsley
  • Time: 10 minutes
  • Complexity: very easy

Shrimp with Lemon, Garlic and Parsley

Are you looking for a super easy, delicious appetizer that will make your guests to WOW!  Always keep a bag of frozen shrimp in your freezer.  You can also enjoy with pasta (spaghetti squash) to make it a meal.  

We make this appetizer all summer long at the lake and it's a big hit.

Enjoy

 

Stuffed Pork Roast
  • Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Stuffed Pork Roast

Are you looking for the perfect Easter dish?  Then head over to D&D Market in Hartford or Wethersfield, CT.  All of the ingredients for this amazing came from one store!  For this recipe you do need to butterfly the roast for stuffing.  I recommend you asking one of the nice gentleman behind the counter and they would be more than happy to assist and provide you with kitchen twine.

PS

If you want this a true Paleo recipe then omit the cheese but it's really good with it.  You decided...

 

Yogurt Marinated Chicken Breast with a Red Pepper Puree
  • Time: 3 hours
  • Complexity: easy

Yogurt Marinated Chicken Breast with a Red Pepper Puree

You may have noticed many of my new one pot recipes are using Lodge Cast Iron Pans!  I am just loving them including this recipe which we cooked on the Big Green Egg!  What a perfect combination.  

I love how the yogurt marinated the chicken.  This is a recipe you will want to try.  Now, you don't have to cook it in a pan on the grill - that was our choice.  You can cook it right on the grill or roast in the oven.

You really want to marinate the chicken for 2 hours! 

Enjoy

 

Zucchini and Tomato Egg Scramble
  • Time: 40 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Zucchini and Tomato Egg Scramble

This is certainly a crowd pleaser!  At the lake house during the summer we have busy weekends and I love my One Pot Breakfast!  This is a great paleo breakfast and go ahead and fry up some bacon!  We enjoyed this with my paleo crumpets!