Paleo Sunday Morning Asian Frittata

Paleo Sunday Morning Asian Frittata
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She has a ton of well-thought-out Paleo recipes that look and taste delicious. You could easily make it on a Saturday or Sunday morning. I have used regular breakfast sausage, added spinach, used an Asian potato, and added goat cheese. I work hard to make paleo food as appealing and craveable as possible. If you’ve ever spent the weekend with me, you know how much I love a good Sunday morning breakfast frittata. This morning I put together a Coconut Milk and Curry Frittata. Sounds crazy, right? Crazy but good! Authentic Indian egg curry recipes usually include a list of ingredients as long as my arm and on a Tuesday morning with all my kids home from school, I decided to whip up a frittata with the same concept of egg curry but much faster and easier. Perfect for a lazy sunday morning.

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Start your day off right with these super quick and easy paleo one-minute muffins made with almond and flax meal. It was stupidly early on a Sunday morning. This entry was posted in Food Diary, Recipes and tagged breakfast, eggs, frittata, Mexican, mince, paleo, recipe on March 2, 2015 by paleovirtus. The culinary shenanigans of a Paleo-eating, Asian food loving Englishman, living in Scandinavia. Baked Omelet Roll Paleo Omelet Muffins Sunday Morning Chilaquiles.

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