This Korean barbecue recipe is traditionally made with soy sauce, brown sugar, and sesame oil, but this AIP version isn’t far off in terms of taste. It pairs exceptionally well with cauliflower rice and stir-fried vegetables!
These recipes are not only gluten-free, but free of the most common gluten cross-reactive foods, which include but are not limited to other grains like corn, oats, and millet as well as soy.
With a rich sweetness from the mango and honey and a touch of cinnamon and vanilla, this Mango Jam is a simple, delectable treat.
If you love savory, tangy, pickled veggies, this Garlic Dill Pickled Okra won’t last long! It’s easy to make, keeps well, and oh-so-delicious.
This Roasted Cauliflower Soup makes for a healthy, vegetarian meal or side dish that’s perfect for those cold winter months!
This AIP-friendly version of Thai Tuna Salad is a modest ode to Thai flavors, served up on a lettuce wrap with plenty of spice despite the lack of red chilies. It’s my all-time favorite way to eat tuna!
Inspired by green curry, this Cilantro-Lime Chicken is both rich and flavorful and free of common allergens, making it safe for the autoimmune protocol.
This rich, creamy Vanilla Coconut Milk makes for a warming winter treat served hot or a delicious refreshment served chilled. It’s dairy-free and AIP!
This Sausage Spaghetti Squash Casserole takes minutes to prepare and offers lots of healthy vegetables and a comforting flavor perfect for winter.