As long as you are following these Paleo stir fry recipes you’ll be all set because they do a great job of combining roughly equal portions of meat and vegetables, so you get a complete meal and only end up using one pan. Wombok is simply the name for Chinese cabbage, so you’re getting a nice mix of meat and vegetable in one easy to make meal. That’s what makes Paleo eating so healthy, all of the vegetables and healthy fats you take in. The ingredients list is simple enough, just some bell peppers, chicken, coconut aminos, and chili powder. Paleo Asian Chicken Stir Fry – this meal is naturally gluten free, easy to make.
Paleo, gluten-free, grain-free Asian Stir Fry from Paleo Cooking, made with superfood vegetables and chicken -healthy vegetable side dish. Chinese Vegetable Stir-Fry (Vegan, Paleo). My husband and kids love this with chicken added in, but I usually prefer mine with extra veggies and a scrambled egg. Tosca Reno’s Colorful Chicken Stir-Fry with Sweet Potatoes and Hoisin Sauce.
If you are very patient or have more time, peel with a vegetable peeler. Slice the stalks lengthwise into thin strips. Chinese stir fries typically use cornstarch and soy sauce, but in this paleo and Whole30 compliant recipe I’ve replaced them with arrowroot starch and coconut aminos (gluten-free tamari sauce is another paleo-friendly alternative). You can die from eating too much Bok Choy! All my Asian friends were shocked when I told them that. After all, it’s a common vegetable consumed by millio.