Imagine being at your favorite Mexican restaurant. You know, back before you had any dietary restrictions. Imagine the smell and sizzling sound that had you hoping the waiter was heading in your direction and your glorious Mexican feast was about to begin. Imagine the signature smokey taste of good fajita meat, done just right. Well, good fajita meat isn’t as refined a skill as I had always imagined it might be! In fact, the more I cook, the more I’ve come to believe that the best food is always the simplest food. Not just because it’s easier to prepare, but because when you’re using high-quality, nutritious ingredients, they tend to speak for themselves. Instead of bell peppers, this recipe uses summer squash with lime juice and a sprinkling of autoimmune protocol-friendly seasonings for zest. With lettuce wraps instead of tortillas and juicy, full-flavored mango on top, these Beef Fajitas with Mango Salsa have become one of A Clean Plate’s all-time most-popular recipes. Considering how easy they are to make and how satisfying their flavor is, it’s no wonder why!
Simplify Your Meal Prep with Batch Cooking
No matter what diet you follow, prepping three solid meals a day can seem like an overwhelming amount of work. Enough work to maybe not even bother trying. That’s where AIP Batch Cook comes in. With these video tutorials from Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and author of The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook Mickey Trescott, you’ll learn how to budget your time in the kitchen to get a whole week’s worth of meals in just a couple of hours. If you’re new to the autoimmune protocol or struggling to stick with it, this is the place to start–but batch cooking is a skill you can use regardless of how you eat! It’s an incredible value for techniques that will revolutionize your food-related time management.