Paleo Food Recipes – The Paleolithic 3Spice Tropicana Beef Loin Steaks
Hello esteemed caveman diet followers,
I just got engaged recently and to mark this joyous occasion, I’m pleased to share with you guys what I think is one of the most sumptuous paleo food recipes ever!
Also, I’m currently down with the flu and since I have nothing better to do, I figured why not share some cool recipes online?
I got this recipe sharing habit which I picked up from my late grandma…
Now I tell, you I’m no pansy or anything. As a matter of fact I’m a recreational bodybuilder who happens to love sharing recipe ideas like my home maker grandma used to do, okay? So don’t be thinking that I’m a pansy or anything okay?
Now listen, when I first got started on the caveman diet, I was struck at how shockingly boring most paleo food recipes are!
At first, I didn’t mind eating dull paleo meals each day. But after a while I started yearning for some taste- shattering foods!
I wanted recipes for paleo cookies, snacks and more fancy, tasty yet easy to make paleolithic diet dishes.
So if you feel the same way, then you owe it to yourself to try out this paleo beef recipe that will shock your gastronomic senses!
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Anyway, you should try this recipe right away!
Paleolithic 3-Spice Tropicana Beef Loin Steaks
You’ll need: 2 pieces of fat free beef loin steaks, 2 ½ tbs of dried coconut, 2 glasses of pineapple juice, chili flakes, blended spice of cardamom, pepper and coriander.
(1) Remove bone from loin steaks. Rub chili flakes and spices onto the meat. Rub thoroughly okay because we want the beef to fully absorb the spices.
(2) Cover both steak loins with 2 ½ tbs of dried coconut and place them in a bowl or a Ziploc bag together with just ONE glass of pineapple juice. Marinade for at least one hour in the refrigerator.
(3) Time to cook the steaks! Remove from refrigerator and plop the steaks in a non-stick skillet. Now pour in the remaining pineapple juice, turn on the heat and and wait for the steaks to be cooked. Be sure to add extra juice in case it dries up before the steaks are cooked.
This is definitely one of my favorite paleo food recipes and since I’m feeling pretty hungry right now, I’m just going to make some right this minute!
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