These basic but meaty, zippy, umami, a touch salty and deeply savory grilled portobello mushrooms are the perfect stand-in for meat as a main dish; a complimentary accent to serve alongside a grill-crusted rib eye; or a keto, Primal/paleo and Whole30 bun substitute for a garlic aioli burger, pulled chicken slider, or salmon cakes.
When you’re short on time, inspiration, or are just looking for a minimalist way to add big flavor with little effort, these recipes using Primal Kitchen Italian Dressing & Marinade and Primal Kitchen Dreamy Italian are for you.
Our sticky ribs recipe makes use of two delectable sauces to flavor pork spare ribs. We start with a sweet, salty, umami marinade with nuanced spice from chili sauce and the warm bite of fresh ginger, and let that seep into the ribs for a few hours. Then, we baste the slabs with Primal Kitchen No Soy Teriyaki before grilling.
This no-muss, no-fuss chicken dinner for one is as easy as it gets. In just 40 minutes (or less), you can have a homemade, protein-packed dinner ready to plate and devour. It’s the perfect weeknight recipe to make when you don’t want to wash a bunch of dishes or spend a lot of time thinking about what to cook.
Whip up this easy, inspired soup in the AirFryer in just 30 minutes. Primal Kitchen Sesame Ginger Dressing marries harmoniously with the liquid that leaches from the beef meatballs to create a heady, aromatic broth that’s rich in umami.
This chicken macro bowl provides ideal post-workout fuel to help you replenish. It’s calorically dense but packed with satisfying fat from avocados, muscle-repairing lean protein from skinless chicken, and glycogen-restoring carbs packed with beta-carotene, B vitamins, vitamin C and potassium from a sweet potato.
Make these four-ingredient, no-bake, no-fry donut holes. Macadamia nuts provide an unctuous base that, when pulverized in a food processor or high-speed blender, develop a texture similar to cookie dough. Simply roll the buttery dough into balls, chill, then roll in powdered natural sweetener. We boosted our donut holes with collagen—our gorgeously Golden Turmeric Collagen.
This seven-ingredient spinach salmon salad is one of these easy-to-assemble workday salad lunches. The key to keeping all of the components fresh is to pack them separately: 1 container for the cooked salmon, 1 container for the salad fixings, 1 for the sliced avocado, and 1 for the dressing.
Chicken wings and drumsticks are as Primal, paleo, keto, carnivore and even Whole30 as you can get—if you don’t deep fry them in refined oil or coat them in sugary sauces. Sure, baked chicken wings do the job, but that’s no fun. The AirFryer provides the perfect middle-ground solution: You get crispy skin on the outside without coating your kitchen in oil stains, and the meat inside stays moist and tender.
Our low-carb Asian noodle bowl uses shirataki or kelp noodles, which are very low in carbs, to add that twirly flare; both stir-fried and raw veggies for crunch and color; kimchi for spice and fermented probiotic goodness; and chicken marinated in our Sesame Ginger Dressing to impart lightly sweet, sour, and spicy flavor.
Every cook should have a trustworthy and simple stew recipe that they can make time and again and feel confident it will satiate and satisfy. Even if you’re cooking for one, stews make great freezer-friendly meals you can portion and stash in freezer bags to have at the ready.