Anyone who follows me on my social media pages, knows that I love my sardine salads. I eat at least one a week. While I realize they are an acquired taste for many, I have loved sardines since I was a little girl. I remember watching my grandmother open a little tin, containing itty bitty fish. I was fascinated. I asked her if I could taste one. She smiled and said, “I don’t know if you’re going to like this.” Looking into my big, pleading eyes, she took a forkful of fish, and placed it into my open mouth. The salty, oily fish set my tastebuds on fire. I was hooked! Hee hee, get it? Hooked? Fish?
I was planning a really great post for y’all today. But, if you follow me on social media, you most likely know I’ve been in redecorating hell all week. The painting was supposed to be done on Thursday; however, as often happens, there were issues. So, here I am on Friday, still in a mess. Rather than not post at all, I decided to share my recipe for AIP Paleo Red Onion-Lime Chicken. This is a really easy, one skillet meal that you can prepare in about an hour.
Next week, after most of the redecorating is done, I’ll be back to my usual posting schedule. It’s killing me not to be able to work in my kitchen. I also want to start a new series called “Meet My Favorite AIP Bloggers“. In this series, I would introduce you to the AIP bloggers I follow on a daily or weekly basis. I get questions every day from people wanting great AIP recipes, autoimmune information, or tips for batch cooking, traveling AIP, and menu planning. It would take me years of writing to discuss everything available to you. I know you don’t have that kind of time to wait. So, if I can point you in the right direction by introducing you to others in the AIP blogging community, that’s what I’m going to do.
In the meanwhile, if y’all would be so kind as to let me know what information you’re looking for most, that would be wonderful. Just leave it in the comments or email me.
I hope you all enjoy my AIP Paleo Red Onion-Lime Chicken recipe!
I wish you all good health….and good food!
I wanted to share a quick and easy recipe today. My AIP Paleo Mini Meat and Veggie Loaves recipe is delicious and nutritious. It’s completely AIP and TPA (The Paleo Approach) compliant. Plus, it’s a great way to sneak some healthy vegetables into your picky eater’s meal.
You can add these AIP Paleo Mini Meat and Veggie Loaves to your batch cooking roundup. They can be individually wrapped and frozen. Then, simply thaw and reheat. I usually thaw mine in the fridge overnight. When I’m ready to reheat, I wrap my loaf in parchment paper and place in my toaster oven, at a temp of 375 degrees, for about 20 minutes. Continue reading “AIP Paleo Mini Meat and Veggie Loaves Recipe”