Recipe list

Recipes – summary

This article is a work in process. This section starts with this list of recipes. Later, I intend to add ingredients, procedures, photos, adjustments by number of people to be served, metric and imperial measures, and maybe videos. This list is divided into the following categories:

With few exceptions, these recipes apply these ideas:

Most of all, with few exceptions, these recipes:

  • use commonly available foods and ingredients,
  • are quick, easy, and cheap to prepare in twenty to sixty minutes, and
  • can be prepared for a single person or for a family.

Required tools and budget

These recipes require simple tools – merely a sharp knife, a sturdy potato peeler, a cutting board, a blender, a steamer basket, a pot, and a frying pan. The only other tools required are a spiralizer for the paleo spagehetti and a food processor for the pesto sauce and for the hummus.

On a budget, these recipes are based on broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, spinach, beets, celery, cabbage, onions, parsley, kale, sweet potatoes, parsnips, turnips, cucumber, lemons, plums, apples, pears, bananas, eggs, pumpkin seeds, and almonds. This may indeed cost more than soda, beer, cereal, cakes, and pizza, but what about the price of ill health? By the way, most of what I eat are smoothies, steamed vegetables (carrots, broccoli, and sweet potatoes), fruit, omelettes, turkey, nuts, and seeds. 

Notation

The recipes are also marked for the blood type (A, B, O or AB), according to the ideas and methods of Drs. D’Adamo and Mozzi for blood type eating.

The notation after the recipe is as follows:
p = paleo, v = vegan; and o, a, b, ab = suitable for one or more blood types.

To be suitable for a blood type, the recipe includes beneficial or neutral foods only and excludes all foods to be avoided, according to blood type eating. In general, paleo recipes are suitable for blood types O and B, while vegan recipes are suitable for blood type A and AB.

Herbs and spices

Included in these recipes is a liberal use of the following herbs & spices (adjust to your taste) – stevia (pure extract or powdered leaf) for a sugar-free sweet taste, ginger, clove, cinnamon, parsley, coriander (cilantro), rosemary, thyme, fenugreek, cumin, curcuma, peppermint, nettle, horsetail, dandelion, cayenne, horseradish, and garlic. If you do not like these spices or prefer others, then leave them out or substitute others. Local availability of spices varies.

Soups, smoothies, and teas

Green smoothie
Fruit smoothie
A smoothie
B smoothie
O smoothie
Herbal tea
Paleo vegetable soup (paleogrubs)
Red beet soup with horseradish
Borscht (Irena Macri)
Gazpacho (Irena Macri)
Miso soup (Is miso paleo?)
Lemonade – sugar-free
Sweet and sour apple cider
Coco milk (Wellness Mama)
Almond milk (herb-info.com)

 

Salads, vegetables, and sauces

Steamed broccoli (or carrots)
Mashed sweet potatoes
Fried sweet potatoes
Spicy, creamy spinach – Saak paneer
Veggie paleo spaghettidetails (Mark Hyman)
Pesto sauce
Kale chips
Guacamole
Hummus
Steamed root vegetables with miso (South River Miso)

 

Paleo main dishes – eggs, fish, and meat

Omelette with onion and spinach
Fried eggs with onions, parsley, and paprika – huevos rancheros
Boiled eggs with salt and rosemary
Sardine tartar – ceviche
Beef, fish, chicken, or turkey sauteed with onion and either mushroom or spinach
Paleo pizza
Paleo cheese sauce (Irena Macri)
Paleo Pancakes (thespruceeats, without cream cheese)

 

Vegan main dishes – cereals, beans, and legumes

Oatmeal (or buckwheat) porridge with honey, ginger, clove, and stevia
Buckwheat crêpes (pancakes) with almond butter and stevia
Adzuki beans with stevia, ginger, and clove
Quinoa with blackstrap molasses and ginger
Amaranth with onions, kale and horseradish
Lentils with carrots, spinach, and garlic
Grilled mushrooms with rice and lentils
Red beet quinoa salad

 

Desserts – sugar-, dairy-, and wheat-free

Sweet potato paleo brownies (Irena Macri)
Carob (or chocolate) chia pudding
Homemade chocolate (Irena Macri)
Coconut cookies (Erin Elizabeth)
Paleo blueberry banana muffins (Irena Macri)
Paleo avocado ice cream (thespruceeats)
Almond butter bars with dark chocolate (paleohacks)
Keto cookie recipes (paleohacks)
Gingerbread cookies – paleo and vegan (healinggourmet)
Chocolate truffles with coconut oil (Mark Hyman)
Raw chocolate (Indigo Herbs)

 

Green smoothie

Spinach (or other leafy green)
Carrot
Beet 
Lemon
Ginger
Stevia

 

Fruit smoothie

Spinach (or other leafy green)
Banana
Apple
Lemon
Ginger
Stevia

 

Herbal tea

Horsetail
Nettle
Dandelion
Peppermint
Stevia

These herbs are nourishing. Nettle has magnesium and iron and strengthens the urinary system and the prostate. Horsetail has silica, which strengthens the bones. Dandelion has potassium, detoxifies, and strengthens the urinary system. Peppermint and stevia give it taste. This tea has diuretic effect.

 

Sweet and sour apple cider

Apple cider vinegar
Carbonated water
Pure liquid stevia extract

Even a few drops of apple cider vinegar with water before bedtime can make some people sleep better. It has a sour taste and minerals, such as potassium. According to blood type eating, it is not suitable for blood type O, but I drink it by the teaspoon with smooties or in this fast, easy recipe. Buy the apple cider vinegar with the “mother”. This are the microbes that ate the sugar and produced the vinegar. It is not dangerous nor dirty, but find a reliable supplier of apple cider vinegar from organic apples.

 

A smoothie

Ingredients
lemon
spinach
carrot
ginger
stevia
walnut, hemp seeds, or chia seeds
water

Process
Wash spinach and add to blender.
Peel carrot and add to blender.
Quarter lemon. Cut out the flesh and add to blender.
Add a half teaspoon of ginger powder (or a third of a thumb of peeled, fresh ginger).
Add a teaspoon of stevia powder (or eight to ten drops of pure stevia extract).
Add a third to a half liter of water.

B smoothie

Ingredients
lemon
spinach
beet
banana
licorice
walnut, hemp seeds, or chia seeds
water

 

O smoothie

spinach
beet
lemon
ginger
stevia

 

Miso soup

miso paste
onion
celery
sesame seeds

 

Coco milk

grated coconut (packaged)
water
stevia
Optionally add ginger, carob, cinnamon, or turmeric.

 

Grilled mushrooms with rice

This grilled mushroom with risotto makes a great side dish or a main course.This recipe makes a hearty lunch on a chilly autumn day.

Ingredients:

1 cup lentils, cooked, drained, rinsed
2 tsp. unsalted butter
1 garlic, minced
Salt and pepper, taste
1 onion, chopped
3/4 cup rice
10 mushrooms, grilled
1 cup vegetable stock
1 tbsp. fresh parsley, minced

Instructions:

Cook the rice according to the package directions for 20 minutes. Drain and rinse. In a medium saucepan, heat the butter. Add the onion and garlic and sauté for 3 minutes. Add the lentils and cook for 10 minutes. Add the remaining ingredients and cook for 10-15 minutes. Serve warm!

 

Hummus

A delicacy of the Middle East, hummus is cheap and contains vegetable protein. It could also be a main dish for vegans. You can dip vegetables, such as carrots or celery in hummus, or put it on buckwheat or rice crackers.

Ingredients:

chickpeas (garbanzo beans)
tahini
salt
garlic
lemon

Instructions:

Let the chickpeas soak overnight and become soft. Put in a food processor until very smooth and the preferred consistency, slowly adding water or the water from the chickpeas. Optionally add spices, such as cayenne, coriander, or cumin.

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