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Trying to get all of the spices figured out. Butterchicken is the one I am going for, just need the fenugreek leaves. Here in Canada Indian food is so expensive at restaurants and not paleo. Happy to hear that my blog is on your list of favs!
Definitely let me know how you like the butter chicken and any other recipes you try! You have great website. It is so easy to read, especially for foreigners like me. English is my third language, so sometimes it is hard. You are very friendly and nice person. Why did you start blogging? Is there someone who inspired you to start blogging? What is the purpose of your blogs? I ran across your blog while searching recipes. Your recipes include many foods I was concerned about missing, like naan, samosas, etc.
My husband and I recently switched to Paleo lifestyle. Just found your blog and am really appreciating your Costco guides. I just wanted to say, you have the most amazing eyes!
Hope you are having a great day! My doctor recently started me on a FODMAP diet and although not all the recipes work, they give me lots of good ideas! The Naan bread was super easy!! I love your website and your recipes! I made Paleo chicken fajitas using your Naan Bread as tortillas and they were fabulous! The Naan Bread is so versatile and great tasting. I been on Paleo diet for 4 months.
The last diet I was on was Nutrisystem. I cringe at the chemicals I was putting into my body. It had boiled down to weight watchers yet again or Paleo. I have lost The cooking surprises me. Hello, I am a new subscriber from Australia. I found your blog a few months ago and then as with many things, I totally forgot all about it.
However I did remember that I had seen a recipe for Samosas so went looking for it again and made them that night. Oh my god, they were just divine. I have added the recipe to my Paprika recipe manager app so that I will never lose it.
I have yet to try it as Naan bread, but as both my hubby and I love indian food I will be trying it very soon. Hello, I really enjoy your website. I have made some of your recipes and my husband and I enjoyed them immensely! I have been diagnosed having leaky gut and further testing is taking place next.
Needless to say food has been an enemy for me and I have been very worried about what my future holds in what I can eat. I will say that finding your site has been a life saver for me. I have many medical issues and finding that food has been my enemy has been not only eye opening but traumatic. I have been going through traditional medicine and pill on top of pill. Now, I am turning to natural. My food allergies are walnuts, bananas, asparagus, green beans, yeast, dairy, gluten, crab, pineapple and pecans.
Everything I had been eating. All the best, Tammy. Have you tried making my beef bone broth yet? I just want to thank you for all your great recipes! I have been following Paleo for the past 6 months…. Your recipes have helped me so much……I am English and my husband is from Madras and we gave been married for 42years….. I love my Indian food and you have made it possible for me too still enjoy it while following paleo. I love your naan recipe and also beetroot Thoran just to name a couple.
I just came across one of your recipes for Paleo Naan on Pinterest and did a little jump for joy when I also saw a link to Paleo Samosas one of the few things I will eat thats non Paleo cause I love them so much! Thank you so much for spending time sharing family and food.
I grew up in the UK and spent my allowance money at every hole in the wall Indian restaurant I could find. I have had a serious love affair with Indian cuisine for fifty plus years and to make it paleo just took it to a new level. Thank you again so much… I will be kitchen bound momentarily, okra in fridge right now heading to my face in minutes. You made my year. Good fortune to you and yours. I hope you will let me know how any recipes you try turn out for you!
I tried your nann, love indian food and was missing the bread, o. I happen to find you on random. Keep up d good work. Ashley, I am absolutely in love with your website. Perhaps that is because I am in the Midwest. That aside, I am so grateful you started this; definitely am looking forward to learning from these recipes! Found your site a day or two ago 1 link led to another, you know how it goes. Looking forward to exploring your site and enjoying your recipes. Just found your site and signed up for your newsletter.
Delighted to find a paleo site with a real Indian bent as Indian food is my favourite cuisine. My son is spending a year in Bangaloru and while he grew up with my version of Indian food he is getting a chance to eat the real thing. I am so jealous. Every page takes forever to load and even after I cancel the script the site is very slow. I really want to check out more recipes but this problem makes it very hard. Miriam, so glad you found my website!!
I am so happy there is a site like yours out there. Hi Ashley, Thank you for sharing your passion for cooking awesome, healthy food. I am new to your website and I am already excited about all I am going to learn about cooking. I have recently decided to follow a grain-free diet.
I have occasional allergies and issues with pain in the joints…issues that can cause major problems down the road. Also, I am 15 lbs over-weight due to not eating right. So my goal is to eat clean, good food and I know that my body will take care of these issues by healing itself as I make smart food choices.
Thank you for all the recipes you are sharing because it will make cooking fun and exciting for me to try new foods…. I love cooking but I am not very creative in coming up with new recipes.
I am about to make your 3 ingredient Paleo Naan. I have been craving bread but have managed to stay away from it…so I am excited to try your Naan. Have a great day! I made your Kofta Curry from your cookbook 2 days ago and it was a huge hit. The spices in the recipe made for an amazing flavor and the texture of the meatballs pureed in the food processor was very smooth. We loved the dish. Yesterday I again made your Sarson ka Saag in my crock pot. With all these recipes, they taste even better on Day 2 as the flavors blend even more.
Thank you for creating and sharing them. From your experience what would be the best oil to fry anything with? Any suggestions or have you experimented with avocado oil as far as deep frying?
I love cooking Indian food. My box of spices is like my alchemy set. Your crockpot goat curry was fantastic. I cooked it recently for my work buddies and they absolutely loved it. So easy and tasty. I have never cooked a curry in a crockpot before and was surprised how well it turned out. Thanks so much for all these great recipes. Congratulations on the success of the blog. Send me an email when you get a chance! Hi Ashley, Your chicken curry recipe has become a firm favourite with my family.
And they are picky! I love the 3-ingredient naan breads, although I am the only one in this case, lol. Hi Ashley, so glad to have found your Blog, I do not know much about Paleo, but willing to learn. I am 83 years old, retired Farmer, do most of the cooking, and just recently got an Instant Pot, which, I just love!!!. Live in Southern Minnesota. Thanks for this blog! I just used your chicken curry recipe.
As an Americanized-desi girl looking for Indian paleo meals and recipes from another fellow desi I heart you! Your recipes are easy to follow and I really appreciate your diverse collection. Thank you for gracing the internet with your delicious recipes!
If you ever want me to try and paleo-ify something let me know! Hi Ashley, I just found your site and am so glad that I did. I have lived for years being gluten and dairy free but have just found out that I have so many more food intolerances the reason for continued sickness and not enjoying anything I ate. I can now cook and bake a variety of tasty dishes that my husband will also enjoy with me.
Thank you so so much!! I just joined your blog on October 15, and am much impressed, love it. I too love everything food-wise from the Middle and Far East. That came after WW II ended when we were repatriated back to the Netherlands and met in the school system. I never liked it in Holland, too cold and wet, and I emigrated to the States in I got reacquainted with my wife to be and she come over to the States in and were married.
I am a double cancer survivor and now cancer free for four years. In the meantime I have done a lot of research in nutrition and health and have adopted the Paleo lifestyle as best I can. I now automatically convert all my recipes to Paleo regardless whether they are Western or Eastern. Our most favorite recipes are Indonesian, Thai, Indian, Chinese — — — oh heck, we like most everything.
Yes, I do have many Indian and Thai recipes but most are Indonesian. After my retirement we settled in Florida but miss our daughter and grandson who live near Pittsburgh, PA. I love learning about my readers! I hope you will let me know what recipes you try from the blog and how they turn out for you!
Happy New Year, Ashley! Just wanted to say Thank You for the great recipes and I look forward to trying more. Also, I see that you and your husband went to the University of Virginia. I have been a professor at UVa English department since Happy New Year to you too! So sorry for the delay in replying to you! Do you have a weekly batch plan meal prep for Indian cuisine, preferably gluten free and dairy free.
If you do, can you please let me know where to find it. Hi Just cooked your goat curry. It was better than I could have possibly imagined. If so, yes I do and you can find them here: Hope my husband likes it! I just stumbled onto your blog when I was looking for ways to use almond flour.
I have wanted to learn more about it and begin to learn cooking it, but it is SO intimidating to try to begin cooking it. So GLAD you are here! I just checked my gmail account and it looks like I emailed you two days ago — do you mind checking your spam folder? Let me know if there are any issues!
I saw you have a previous Indian cookbook. I was wondering if you could direct me to where I could buy it. I have a Paleo Indian eBook available here: I love your recipies and just bought your ebook. However i did not receive book yet…..
Hi Rebia, I got your email and sent the book! You make amazing things, Roby has a taste for the exquisite, and Antony is completely adorable! Thank you, to no end, for giving me amazing recipes for the niche food I love, despite my living in the uncultured middle of nowhere. You guys rock my socks! He especially loves butter chicken and my vegan butter chicken recipe butter chickpeas — maybe you can try those with your daughter? He also really likes my vegan pumpkin mac and cheese recipe.
Let me know if she ends up liking any of those! I love Indian cooking.. Her father is an excellent cook. At this time of year.. I hope you can help me translate to using canned tomatoes.. Dieters can expect to lose an average of 1 - 2 pounds per week on the program.
Members go to their Daily Food Journal each day to select their meals, veggies, fruit, and snacks from approved lists, by clicking on them. The Daily Food Journal calculates everything automatically, from calories to your daily progress in reaching the recommended fruit, veggie, and dairy servings. Most are under calories and include a dairy and fruit serving.
Selections range from cereal to bagels, pancakes, and more exciting dishes like breakfast parfaits and soufflés. Most members choose to have a frozen meal for lunch, and a frozen meal for dinner. As with all foods on the program, calories are tallied automatically as you select them, and you are also credited with veggie, fruit, and dairy servings contained in the frozen meals you eat, which show on your Daily Food Journal to keep you on track nutritionally. You can also substitute a quick and easy option from the Salad Guide, such as a Soup and Salad Combo.
Yet another option is to use the Build Your Own Meal feature, which allows you to create a version of just about any meal, as long as you stick to I Love This Diet's approved foods as ingredients. Most frozen meals in the frozen food aisle are not allowed in this program for nutritional reasons.
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The program stresses that it only uses the lowest sodium frozen meals. The "Build Your Own Salad" feature gives you almost complete flexibility to create a robust meal-sized salad from dietitian-approved lists of ingredients from different food categories. You can add almost anything to your salad to make it a filling meal: Fruit and veggies must be added each day for optimum nutrition, as well as dairy or dairy substitutes.
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Its great variety will keep you from feeling deprived. You are only billed once i. You can choose to renew your membership when it expires by clicking the "Extend My Membership" link on the Home Page. There are over frozen meals to choose from, including everything from pizza to chicken teriyaki.
You won't easily burnout on this meal plan because of the large variety of food from multiple food manufacturers which can be a problem with Jenny Craig, which offers fewer than 70 frozen meals. Depending on your weight and your gender, you'll be eating between and calories per day. The site does offer member forums where I Love This Dieters can read other members' advice, and share their own experiences.
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