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Paleolithic Diet Recipe: Chicken Fried Steak

In this video clip I demonstrate a way to make a Paleolithic diet recipe of Chicken Fried Steak and Mashed Potatoes. What you are going to need to have: One Flank Steak 1/2 inch thick, 2 eggs, 2 cups of Almond Food (how to make it in this movie), 1Tsp Garlic Powder ,1Tsp Curry Powder, 1Tsp ground Ginger, 1 Tsp fresh Thyme, 3Tbs Olive Oil.  PRE-Heat OVEN: 250 F STEAK: Tenderize and flatten steak to 1/4 inch thick. Soak in eggs. Roll in almond meal. High temperature oil in skillet on medium. Sear meat in skillet (Few minutes). Take steak and put on cookie sheet. Leave in oven for ten minutes. Mashed Potatoes: Steam Cauliflower (5 min in microwave). DO NOT DRAIN! Mash Cauliflower when steamed and incorporate 1 pinch Garlic Powder 2 pinches Chives
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Paleolithic Diet Recipe:  Check out  one more recipe from The Paleo Cookbook identified here. Broccoli and Pine-Nut Soup Components 1 onion, diced; 1 Tbs oil; 3 cups broccoli; 3 cups chicken or vegetable broth; ¼ cup pine-nuts. Directions Fry onion in a large pan with oil on medium heat right up until somewhat browned. Incorporate broccoli and broth and simmer for 10-15 minutes or right up until broccoli has softened. Amazing simple. Blend in a food  processor or use an electric powered blender to get a nice texture. Preparation TIME: 20-25 MINUTES Locate far more Paleolithid Diet  Recipe at: PaleoDietRecipes.net

19 comments

  1. THEGREENVEGAN

    Good job :)

  2. DiabeticDaddy76

    Thanks. I will check it out tonight. I am always looking into to new resources for me to use in this fight against T2!

  3. FathomIessJoy

    … that site I mentioned has an AWESOME diabetic pancake recipe BTW… I tried it and it’s great, LOL. I really missed pancakes when I started the no-flour diet…

  4. FathomIessJoy

    I think I’m going to try the chicken-fried steak too… never had it.

    I use the breading I mentioned for fish and both fried chicken/chicken strips.

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  5. cikaspasoje

    Mmmm I love this recepie, I’ll have to add this to my Paleo99Diet cookbook!

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  7. ncurran1987

    just did this recipe there now. Its flipping easy and nice. It took a very easy 15/20 minutes of waiting for the broccoli to steam and cooking the onions to blending it. Very easy clean up to. Will be doing it again tomorrow

    P.S. I thought there wasnt enough chicken broth and added an extra cup. Don’t do that it lost thickness (though it was still nice)

  8. misssardunia

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  9. Starpawzz

    Great except for the oil. Olive or coconut is much healthier.

  10. Todd Dosenberry

    What a good idea for the soup. Looks delicious!

  11. mertvok

    How many servings does this make? Also, does this taste like brocolli cheddar soup?

  12. TheBahaiGirl

    I’d recommend not using safflower oil. It’s not a natural oil. Coconut oil and olive oil are some of the best options because they aren’t pumped with chemicals to make it into an oil form.

  13. gaudetjaja

    Uh how is this ‘paleo’ food? This looks like very normal, healthy food to me…

  14. psalm143

    I like this recipe, only I use slithered almonds and chop up a chicken breast and throw it all together. It goes wonderfully together.

  15. SpreadingAwareness

    looks nice, i love pine nuts. wish i could get the rest of my family to eat this stuff…

  16. PaleoDietRecipes

    yep I have made it both ways and i prefer the unblended too!

  17. TrueGreatness73

    I would do that except not blend it. I rather do the chewing.

  18. drich51368

    Really easy and quite good. I added some asparagus, and it worked well.

  19. canadianwoman61

    It looked a bit thick to me. I wouldt hin it out with a little water or more broth.

    Glad you have a new spatula.

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