Monday, August 27, 2012


I was doing some web surfing for some new recipe to add to our repetiore of Paleo choices, hoping to find something to satisfy that taco craving and FINALLY I have found something! Thanks to another paleo blog, and some adjustments at home I am happy to be able to post an alternative taco recipe (yummy by the way!!).

1 medium wide Jicama (Pronounce Hickama) *the wider the better because you get bigger strips

Peel the jicama and than slice really thin, if you have a mandoline perfect, if not a really sharp knife is highly recommended. Put the slices in salt water for up to 2 days.

Your favorite taco filling. We made breakfast tacos so we used scrambled eggs and Jimmy Deans all Natural Pork Sausage with some green bell peppers and onions. With some salsa on top.

Heat enough oil in a frying pan to lightly cover the bottom. Place a few slices of Jicama in the pan and flip until edges are browned, place on a paper towel to cool.
Put a spoonful of filling on the shell, fold and...

TA-DA!!!!!! Bite size breakfast Tacos MMMMM!!

Friday, August 3, 2012

Shisking Bob


Sorry the photos a little blurry but the bobs were so good. It's a quick and easy, clean and tasty, sensational summer meal.

4 large chicken breasts cubed

1 fresh pineapple cubed
3 bell peppers cut into chunks
1 large sweet onion cubed
1 box mushrooms

1 cup (wheat free) soy sauce
1 cup (no sugar added) pineapple juice
1 large spoon chopped garlic
1/4 cup sake

We only marinaded the chicken but I recommend the mushrooms too. Mix al all the ingredients for the marinate in a bowl and add chicken. Let sit at least 1 hour.
Microwave the chicken about 1 min or more to help cook the chicken so you don't burn the vegys on the skewers.
If you're using wooden skewers don't forget to soak them for at least 20 minutes before you cook with them or they'll burn.
Take the rest of your ingredients and add randomly to the skewers and BBQ. It's as easy as that. We ended the night with some Coconut Ice Cream and all went to bed happy!!