You could easily substitute beef, pork, shrimp or chicken breast for the chicken thighs. Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Pat’s Broccoli and Chicken Stir-Fry recipe from Patrick and Gina Neely. When the oil shimmers, add about half of the chicken thigh pieces. I baked bone-in chicken breasts because that’s what the family prefers. Chicken is one meat that you’ll be eating quite a bit of on Paleo because it’s so easy to make, and takes on flavors quite well. You can cook up any of the Paleo chicken recipes on this page for a nice, satisfying meal. The use of raw honey and an orange gives it the advertised orange honey flavor, and you can feel free to use chicken thighs while on Paleo.
This Chicken Stir Fry with Paleo Almond Satay Sauce is so flavorful, delicious & satisfying. Consistently stir the meat with a wooden spoon until it is cooked through and no longer pink inside, about 10 to 15 minutes. Paleo chicken stir fry is a classic stir fry recipe and is anything but ordinary. The chicken breast (or any meat you consume) is pastured raised, organic, and cage-free. To make the stir-fry, heat the oil in a small frying pan. Add the garlic, leeks and pepper and cook until soft.
Stir-Fry is one of those simple and seemingly benign meals: protein and veggies, how could you go wrong? Unfortunately ordering the dish at a restaurant means lots of gluten-laden soy, who knows what oil and rice to go underneath. 1 lb. chicken thighs or breast, cut into chunks 1-2 cups chopped vegetables of choice 1/4 cup thinly sliced green onions raw cashews & minced cilantro, for garnish Combine palm sugar through starch in a small bowl. Add the chopped chicken thighs and cook until a nice brown crust has developed on the chicken pieces, about 6 minutes. I made this last night, adding stir fry veges and only used 2 tbls of soy because I am sodium sensitive.