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5-Minute Sprouted Buddha Bowl

Breakfast, lunch or dinner, this is a great way to use leftovers. If you have brown rice and a few veggies on hand, it's a nutritious 5-minute meal. Start with 2 cups brown rice, preferably sprouted. Add lightly sautéed veggies, and top with avocado. Egg and meat are optional. Sprouted rice is tastier ...

Paleo Egg Foo Yong in 5 Minutes

My first teenage infatuation was a young Chinese artist and family friend, Fong Yiu Lee. He painted portraits and taught us to cook authentic Cantonese dishes. Egg Foo Yong is a favorite 5-minute breakfast, lunch, or dinner, with optional meat. It's a great use for leftover veggies, and you won't miss the sticky-sweet sauce. ...

Gong Fu Chicken!

Someone recently asked what is my favorite sauce. Well, this is it! I call it Gong Fu Chicken. In English that means Achievement of Man, which describes this sauce perfectly. You'll never find anything this yummy in Chinatown. The closest thing is sweet & sour chicken. ...

Kale with Sesame Tahini Sauce

I used to think kale was terribly boring, however this sesame tahini sauce perks it right up into a tasty vegetable everyone loves. Kale is loaded with nutrients such as vitamins A, B, C, and especially K - a vitamin many people need. Just 1 serving of kale contains almost 4 grams of protein....

Sesame Seaweed Superfood Squares

Sweet toasted sesame seeds make these squares crunchy with a hint of Asian flavor. Mild tasting hiziki seaweed makes these nutrient-dense and irresistibly scrumptious. Also called hijiki, you can find it in the Asian section of most grocery stores. It may appear expensive, however you only need a tiny bit, ...

Paleo Orange Sesame Chicken on Zoodles

If sesame chicken is yummy, then orange sesame chicken is even yummier. A symphony of Asian flavors, the orange is is combined with sesame tahini, ginger, and shiitake mushrooms. I serve it over zoodles, so it's high-protein, low-carb, and loaded with flavorful nutrition. ...

Hiziki Seaweed Carrot Salad

This nutritious salad is a tasty way to get your sea vegetables. A delicious nutrient-dense superfood, seaweed is high in fiber, enzymes, amino acids, vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and K. It's the Vitamin K that's really critical, as it’s the single vitamin most of us are lacking! ...

Cauliflower Fried Rice

You won't find this yummy dish in Chinatown. There's only one way to enjoy tasty fried rice that's grain-free, low-carb and gmo-free, and that's to do it yourself! Cauliflower rice is very easy to prepare in 10 minutes or less. It's super-low in carbs, and...

Egg Drop Soup with Seaweed

Authentic Egg Drop Soup is hard to find. It's often full of gluten, MSG, preservatives, GMO soy and cornstarch. How healthy is that? Here's a delicious traditional Chinese recipe that you can make in minutes, with all natural (and Paleo) ingredients. Make it Vegan, or add chicken or shrimp....

Wild Salmon Salad with Fennel

This zesty Asian-style salad is loaded with flavor and omega-3 nutrition. Steaming is a quick and gentle way of cooking salmon that retains enzymes and never exceeds boiling 212°F. Serve warm or cold, either as a lunch or a light main meal. Fennel's delicious flavor compliments salmon, ...

Paleo Sesame Seaweed Crackers

These crispy Sesame Seaweed Crackers are fantastic with Vegan Cream Cheese Dip with Seaweed, or Vegan Blue Cheese Dip with Garlic! You'll love the rich flavors of sesame and cracked black pepper. Seaweed has a delicious flavor and is loaded with healthy minerals from the sea, such as B-vitamin, ...

Paleo No Peanut Sauce in 1-Minute

This is a Thai Peanut Sauce with no peanuts! Instead it uses almond, cashew, or sunflower butter. Whisk it together in less than a minute. Tasty, sweet, and slightly spicy, it makes an incredibly delicious sauce for Chicken Satay, sautéed veggies, spring rolls, or a raw vegetable dip. Use it as a marinade or dressing for chicken and meats. Unlike most peanut sauces, it's free of sugar and nightshades!

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