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Recipes tagged with: one pot

Lemon Butter Baked Tilapia Fillets
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Lemon Butter Baked Tilapia Fillets

Are you trying to get your kids to eat seafood?  Try tilapia as its very mild and take on flavors.  You can serve with vegetables or over pasta.  Try my Paleo seafood recipes for your family.  

For a side I grated up summer squash and did a quick sauté with unsalted butter, fresh parsley, thyme, salt and pepper then squeezed a little lemon juice. Perfect!  

Lemon Zucchini Spaghetti with Shrimp
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Lemon Zucchini Spaghetti with Shrimp

We just love our zucchini pasta at home.  I go every Sunday to our farmers market and stock up!  Today I even had some left over fresh spinach from the week and decided to add it in as well. You can omit but if you have spinach or any other left over veggies - Go ahead and add them in!  Enjoy

 

Mixed Seafood in a Tomato Sauce
  • Time: 2 hours
  • Complexity: medium

Mixed Seafood in a Tomato Sauce

This dish was created to use up some seafood I had in the freezer.  Sometimes while at City Fish I get extra fish.  It's an Italian thing - Just in case!  We never know if last minute friends are coming over for dinner therefore I always have enough.....  You know just in case!  I freeze what we don't cook up and use.

I love (as you can imagine) tomato sauce and decided to make one but with all of the fish I had handy.  I defrosted the fish earlier in the day.  You can use any seafood you have handy or decide to pick up for this dish!  This goes great with your favorite pasta or spaghetti squash.  

 

One Pot Veal Cutlet and Sauce
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

One Pot Veal Cutlet and Sauce

I love Italian dishes! Of course I do....  However when it's just Glenn and I preparing a great meal in one pot makes me very happy!  That means I get to spend more time with Glenn enjoying a glass of wine and catching up from our busy days.

I hope you enjoy this dish and you can do the same with eggplant or chicken!

Enjoy

 

Paleo Blueberry Cast Iron Pancake
  • Time: 25 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Paleo Blueberry Cast Iron Pancake

It's almost the end of the season for us at the lake and with us moving to Florida I really want to clean out the refrigerator.  I will be using up what I have over the next few weeks and this morning I found 2 bags of frozen blueberries.  I normally use them for my smoothies and this morning I wanted pancakes.  I love pancakes but don't always want to stand over the stove flipping them. 

This morning I decided to make one in my cast iron skillet and OMG I was in Paleo heaven!  I did drizzle local maple syrup and now I am a happy person ready to start my day.

Another one-pot recipe perfect for your family!  Just carefully bring the skillet to the table and slice to enjoy together.

Paleo Boneless Chicken Wings
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: medium

Paleo Boneless Chicken Wings

I was laughing to myself while making these because there is really no such thing as a boneless chicken wing.  But we are using the same method and using boneless chicken.

I love chicken wings and so do millions of others but when entertaining at home I don't like to make them because of the mess.  The bones that we need to discard, the big pan to fry the wings in and of course all of the sticky fingers!  

My Paleo boneless chicken recipe are not only healthy and easy to make but just pop in toothpicks and there won't be any sticky marks in your house!  

I hope you enjoy my version of chicken wings for your SuperBowl party!

PS:  Be sure to double or triple up this recipe...   Believe me they won't last long and you don't want angry guests.

 

Paleo Chicken and Dumplings
  • Time: 2 1/2 hours
  • Complexity: medium

Paleo Chicken and Dumplings

It's been so cold here in Connecticut that comfort food is perfect sitting by the fireplace.  I just love roasted chicken so I decided to make 2 and create a few dishes at once.  

 

Paleo Italian Pork Loin Roast
  • Time: 6 hours
  • Complexity: easy

Paleo Italian Pork Loin Roast

I love Sunday dinners in the slow cooker.  My Nana always made a Sunday sauce and I just loved when we had Pork Roast.  We would add peas to the platter and pour lots of sauce over the pork. This dish is amazing and is perfect for meal prep during the week.  I love to serve with zucchini noodles or sauté a bunch of greens.  

Note: Because I used a large piece of pork I asked the butcher to tie with kitchen twine. It just kept the roast together and made it easier to take out of the slow cooker and put on a platter.  Then grab a tong and fork as it just falls apart!  Go ahead and use your fingers to taste it.. I did...  

 

Paleo Peach Cobbler with Coconut and Slivered Almonds
  • Time: 35 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Paleo Peach Cobbler with Coconut and Slivered Almonds

I always have frozen fruit and vegetables handy.  Tonight I pulled out a 16ounce bag of frozen peaches and decided to make this yummy Paleo Dessert.  I hope you enjoy.

 

Paleo Spaghetti Squash Primavera
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Paleo Spaghetti Squash Primavera

This was certainly the hit of the party!  I served this Paleo Pasta Primavera with my Paleo Pork Roast Loin and it disappeared right in front of me!  

 

Parmigiana Lasagna DiFiore
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Parmigiana Lasagna DiFiore

I always go to DiFiore's Pasta Shop when I am hungry.  Everything looks amazing and I always go for the cutlets.  Please warm one up for me now and I will take a container full to go!  On this particular Saturday day I was looking at the chicken cutlets and eggplant cutlets and it came to me!  Parmigina Lasagna! I always have homemade sauce in my freezer and a box of no-boil lasagna from DeCecco not to mention my beautiful baking dish from Emile Henry to prepare, bake and serve this delicious dish.

If you don't have sauce handy go ahead and pick some up at DiFiore's!  Or go ahead and make your own.  You won't believe how easy it is to make this delicious lasagna!  Head over to DiFiore's today and make this now!! STAT..

 

Pasta, Sausage and Peas
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Pasta, Sausage and Peas

I love my one-pot recipes and even though I needed a pan to boil the pasta there was no need for a colander nor a platter or bowl to serve the dish.  My beautiful pan served as a perfect serving dish! All of my dried herbs are from Simply Organic!

I used 2 hot and 2 sweet chicken sausage which added amazing flavor to the sauce!  You can also just add the frozen peas into the hot sauce!  This is a 30 minute meal perfect for a family of 4.  

When we enjoy pasta from a box there is only one I will serve my family (and myself). It has to be DeCecco Pasta!  

Tip: You can add in onion, peppers, zucchini or any other vegetables you have handy in the refrigerator.  Go ahead clean out that crisper draw and make this a hearty family meal!

If you love this recipe but don't want to use pasta!  Take a spaghetti squash and poke about 10 holes using a long metal skewer.  Put in the microwave for 10 minutes.  Let cool, slice, remove seeds then take a fork and add strands into the sauce.  Paleo dinner served... 

 

Pork Chops, Kale and Mushroom in a Spicy Broth
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Pork Chops, Kale and Mushroom in a Spicy Broth

Here is another one pot recipe that you can prepare, cook and serve in 30 minutes with no mess to clean after!  Just the pot and your plates.  Enjoy this paleo recipe for 2!  

If you want to know my "secret ingredient" to make the sauce in this dish and some of my others extremely special...   It's adding a little Dijon Mustard in the broth.  I promise once you try it - You will add it to many of your dishes!  Go ahead..  try it..  

Here is the cooking video on this recipe!

Pork Tenderloin with Peppers and Onions
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Pork Tenderloin with Peppers and Onions

Here is another great one-pot meal that is also ready in 30 minutes!  We just love our Paleo Recipes and especially one-pot that are great for entertaining.  I made this for friends and brought the pan to the table!  Perfect....

If you don't have Cindy's Tuscan Blend then use the following (this is not my blend but a good substitute for this recipe) 

  1. 1 teaspoon dried rosemary
  2. 1 teaspoon dried basil
  3. 1/2 teaspoon dried thyme

 

 

Rosted Vegetables in a Creamy Pesto Sauce
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Complexity: easy

Rosted Vegetables in a Creamy Pesto Sauce

The real inspiration for this recipe was using up my leftover vegetables from the week with more pizzaz.  

I threw them all if the pan and warmed them then made the Pesto.  I will list out the recipe to roast for your enjoyment. xo

 

 

Salmon Steaks in a Spicy Tomato Sauce
  • Time: 45 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Salmon Steaks in a Spicy Tomato Sauce

I just love preparing a gourmet looking and tasting dish but it was so easy!

A thank you to City Fish for the salmon steaks.  I just love my Emily Henry baking wear!  Not only is it perfect for this recipe but its beautiful and goes from the oven to the table!  I made the entire recipe in one baking dish!

 

Sauté fish topped with Bruschetta
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Sauté fish topped with Bruschetta

I hope you love my one-pot meals as much as we do!  They are healthy, made in 30 minutes and perfect for everyday to gourmet!  Who knew a paleo recipes would be so amazing and kind of sexy!

Of course there is only place to get the best fish in Connecticut!  Head over to City Fish today...  

 

Sauté White Fish and Greens
  • Time: 30 mintues

Sauté White Fish and Greens

Meal preparation is easy if you are organized.  I love to make a few meals for the week and have them ready to pull out of the freezer in the morning and just warm to enjoy for dinner.

This recipe is perfect.  I just lightly brown both sides of the fish and slightly cook my greens.  I store in the refrigerator to enjoy within a day or 2 them just warm up in the pan for an easy dinner.  

It's really fun to be healthy!

Enjoy xo

 

  • Time: 30 minutes

Sautéed Cauliflower with Tofu and Vegetables

This recipe was created as I pulled out ingredients from the refrigerator.  It was surprisingly really good so I wanted to share with you!  xo

Seasonal Vegetable Casserole
  • Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Seasonal Vegetable Casserole

A great way to enjoy seasonal vegetables is to layer in a casserole.  All of the flavors make an amazing dish.  

Enjoy xo

 

Slow Cooker Leg of Lamb Roast
  • Time: 8 hours
  • Complexity: easy

Slow Cooker Leg of Lamb Roast

While at the farmers market we picked up a 4 pound leg of lamb roast.  I decided to add amazing flavors and cook low and slow for a perfect Sunday dinner.

Here is a conversion if you decided to prepare this recipe in your dutch oven.  

Go here ---> Conversion low cooker vs dutch oven

I served this dish with roasted red pepper risotto and roasted cauliflower.  

 

Spicy Vegetarian Pad Thai
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Spicy Vegetarian Pad Thai

I just love pad thai but when eating out its very high in sodium and that discourages me to order this dish.

I sometimes make it myself and since I had a container full of bean sprouts it seemed like a perfect lunch!

If you are looking for a paleo version then check out this recipe using zucchini. It's really good as well but today I felt like mixing it up a bit.

Enjoy! xo

 

 

Spinach Stuffed Braciole
  • Time: 4-6 hours
  • Complexity: easy

Spinach Stuffed Braciole

Braciole is a popular Italian recipe. This meat is cooked all day in a sauce until tender. What a great way to use flank steak to make an amazing paleo recipe for your family or guests! I love to stuff with spinach and roasted red peppers but you can also add fontina cheese to this dish!

 

Turmeric Fried Rice
  • Time: 30 minutes
  • Complexity: easy

Turmeric Fried Rice

I used jasmine rice for this dish and it was very very good!  I actually love the yellow color and taste from the tumeric.  

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