When the weather permits, I grill my meats. Grilling is fairly easy and delicious. This week I put quite a few things on the grill and it lasted for four days. I love using these all natural fire starters for my charcoal grill. These fire starters are great and they provide employment for individuals with disabilities.
Below are some recipes for the grill.
What are some of your favorite things to put on the grill?
It has been my desire to include more recipes on my blog. At the end of each week, I plan to post what I cooked. Pray for me that I will be consistent…PLEASE and THANK YOU! Here we go!
Slow cooked ribs (these are a huge hit in our house)
1. Preheat oven or tabletop roaster to 250.
2. Season the ribs with salt and pepper or seasoning of choice.
3. Put ribs in baking dish, meat side down.
4. Use aluminum foil to cover dish before placing in oven. Use roaster cover if you are using tabletop roaster.
5. Check ribs after 4 hours, they should be tender.
6. Drain drippings, flip ribs over and coat with barbecue sauce. You can make your own if you are feeling ambitious. When I don’t have the time, I use the trader Joe’s brand.
I have tried cooking ribs on the grill and they always turn out chewy. They are ALWAYS tender and delicious when I use this slow cooked method.
I used this beef shank recipe and served it with roasted mini potatoes.
I also made this chicken breast recipe suggested by a good friend. It was super easy and delicious. To continue with the theme of easy, I just cut the chicken up and put it on top of a bed of premade salad mix from Costco.
What delicious recipes did you make this week? Leave a comment and let me know.
Since I have gone Paleo, my children have not been happy about the absence of bread from our household; especially the missing tooth child pictured above. She is not thrilled with the idea of bringing a chicken leg for lunch. She has a field trip tomorrow and is begging me to make a sandwich for her sack lunch. So today this mama got in the kitchen and made a Paleo friendly bread. It is super easy to make. I modified the original recipe and it was a total hit with the younger three. Let us hope their older sister shares the same sentiments. This recipe is not Whole30 approved because they discourage you from making any Paleo version of all off limits food; bread being one of them. For those doing the Whole30, I will post more approved recipes this week to make up for it. Deal? Ok! Glad we are friends again. Now for the recipe.
Simple Paleo Plantain Bread
Be adventurous and experiment with different seasonings.
I must add that this is more like a flat bread, but it is still yummy!
Today is THE big day, another round of WHOLE30! I am excited for all those that are joining especially because I was told by three individuals that their husbands are on board. How awesome is that? Things are so much easier when you receive support from the home front, but that’s another post all by itself. On to tips and recipes, shall we? You may not be able to implement all of the suggested strategies but find what works for you.
Perhaps you have some tips and recipe you would like to share, please leave a comment below. Remember you can do this!
Products used for Coconut Milk
Products Used for Paleo Mayo
Products used for spiralized vegetable noodles and vegetable chips