This five-minute, no-cook Asian Slaw actually comes together in less than five minutes if you use pre-cut cabbage and carrots. Dump all veggies into a large bowl with some fresh herbs, chopped cashews, and Primal Kitchen Sesame Ginger Vinaigrette and it's ready!
For evenings when time seems too short to finish science projects, finalize reports for tomorrow’s work day, and fold the laundry that’s been sitting in the dryer for three days, try these quick-cook dinner recipes. You can have a delicious meal made with high-quality ingredients on the table in 30 minutes or less.
Gluten-free pasta that’s made with chickpeas, lentils, or corn has similar toothsome bite and neutral flavor as traditional pasta. When you want a fresh, verdant, straight-from-the-garden pasta that the entire family can enjoy, this plant-based chickpea penne with pesto and vegetables is it.
Crisp breading on the outside, soft and moist on the inside, coated in a sticky, salty, aromatic sauce, General Tso's chicken has become an iconic dish. We remade this it to give it a more modern flair. Instead of chicken, we used cauliflower florets and made a sauce from honey and Primal Kitchen No Soy Teriyaki Sauce.
The BLT (bacon, lettuce, tomato) sandwich may be the most serendipitous sandwich ever created—refreshing romaine provides a sturdy bed to sop up the summer sweet juices dripping from thick slices of vine-ripened ruby tomato, salty snaps of smoked pork meat and crisp fat, gilded with a thick, creamy smear of mayo. We think a BLT is strong enough to stand alone, breadless; here's our version.
If you’re planning to start a Whole30 and would like to make the transition a little easier and more convenient, check out all of the amazing Whole30 recipes you can create with the Primal Kitchen line of Whole30-Approved oils, dressings, vinaigrettes and marinades, sauces, and condiments.
To pay homage to Primal Kitchen’s origin city, we crafted our own version of the Los Angeles danger dog. This substantial, rich dog hugged in crisped bacon has a tangle of griddled fajita veggies on top along with ketchup, mustard, and sometimes even mayo and a roasted poblano.
This simple Primal/paleo (and even keto) burger with butter lettuce, tomato, bacon, red onion, and avocado slices would be delightful on its own, but we can’t leave well enough alone. Top this burger with Primal Kitchen BBQ Ranch Dressing to highlight the smoky, salty flavor of the bacon scattered on top.
This burger is a study in contrasting flavors and textures—ideal for those who crave more tongue-tingling interest than a beef patty cloaked only in melted cheese offers. A bit confused in its identity; this dish is half barbecue and half burger, but the fusion is refreshingly delectable.
If you’re grilling or making burgers at home, you can make a classic cheeseburger keto and include all of the time-honored toppings like dill-spiked sour pickles, a slice of sun-ripened juicy red tomato, and no sugar added ketchup and spicy mustard. No more plain-jane beef-and-cheese patties with a side of wilted iceberg.
Celebrate America’s birthday with this patriotic spin on the quintessential backyard barbecue classic—a beefy, char-grilled handheld meal made even more tantalizing with oozing cheese and a drippy sauce with the funky piquancy of blue cheese and the soothing mellowness of mayo.