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.
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.
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.
In just 20 minutes, you can have dinner on the table. All it takes is browning some meat, adding some veggies and sauces to the mix, then layering on even more flavor with some chopped nuts, toasted sesame seeds and fresh lime juice. One-pot dinner for the win!
Our Fried Guacamole marries the classic chips and guac combo into a handheld showstopper appetizer—no double dipping or browning-in-the-bowl guac concerns necessary. To keep things Primal/paleo, gluten- and grain-free, we used cassava flour and grain-free tortilla chips, and instead of deep frying, we used an AirFryer.
Our lamb chops with BBQ gravy recipe is a classic meat-and-potatoes meal with a slightly unique twist. Our Primal Kitchen Golden BBQ Sauce adds a mustardy, slightly acidic kick that helps cut through the umami savoriness of the lamb chop gravy.
In this Mediterranean version of chicken and rice, we use two Primal Kitchen vinaigrettes and marinades to add herby, slightly sweet flavor to the chicken, and cook the chicken with rich, clean-tasting avocado oil. We keep the carbs low by subbing cauliflower rice instead of regular rice.
This low-carb, keto-friendly Pesto Keto Cauliflower Pizza recipe is filled with summertime flavor—from homemade pesto made with avocado oil to bright and sweet cherry tomatoes, you'll want to make this dish year-round.