Posts Tagged ‘paleo recipe’

This was a last minute lunch I threw together last week that turned out to be pretty awesome. It’s inspired in part by Arun’s lunch meat ceviche, and I ate it in the style of Lyssa’s tuna bombs.

Green cabbage
Green apple
Cooked chicken
Olive oil
Lime juice

Simply chop the first 4 ingredients, then add olive oil, lime juice, and pepper to taste.

You could eat it by itself, like a salad, or you can use it to fill sweet bell peppers.

This salad had a very “clean” feel to it. Most paleo food does (as it should, since we are only eating pure, real food), but there was something about the combination of the crisp cabbage and apple with the lime juice that gave this salad an extra cleanness.


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Super easy, visually appealing side dish!


  • 1 bundle of asparagus
  • 10 slices of prosciutto (I used applegate farms)
  • Olive oil and pepper, to taste


  1. Wash and trim asparagus. Place in a baking dish with olive oil and pepper.
  2. Roast the asparagus at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes. You can vary this depending on how you like your asparagus, but don’t cook them all the way just yet)
  3. Assemble “bundles”- 3-5 asparagus wrapped with a slice of prosciutto.
  4. Before serving, roast for about 5 minutes so that prosciutto is slightly crispy.

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