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Latin Stacks

Latin Stacks

Yummy, crispy, and slightly sweet plantains topped with a chicken avocado salsa on top? That’s seriously delicious. I created this recipe because I love main dishes that get you two fruits and veggies and your protein all in one bite. The unforeseen awesomeness of this dish, though, is that is can also work as well for an appetizer as it does for a side dish.

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Puerto Rican Steaks

Puerto Rican Steaks

Come to find out, there are so many foods in Latin America that don’t even taste remotely like Mexican food. (Who’d have thought?) One of my recent favorites is something called bistec encebollado (but we’ll call it Puerto Rican steaks for our purposes).

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Paleo Chicken Chili Recipe

Paleo Chicken Chili Recipe

Since marrying an Argentine girl, I’ve come to love beef. Cows are pretty much a required dietary item in Argentina. But I also realize red meat isn’t the finest thing to consume in mass quantities. That’s why I made this paleo chicken chili recipeā€”to still get the deliciousness of the beefy meal, without the heaviness of the red meat.

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Unwrapped Spring Rolls

Unwrapped Spring Rolls

I love to make asian spring rolls. But the sauces and rice papers aren’t paleo friendly. That’s why I invented the unwrapped spring roll salad. It has all the yumminess of the spring roll without all the rice and preservatives. It’s a light, fresh salad…

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Paleo Ropa Vieja Recipe

Paleo Ropa Vieja Recipe

Ropa vieja is another one of those Cuban dishes that sounds deceptively unappetizing. It literally means “old clothes”. Don’t worry, it doesn’t taste anything like it. This paleo ropa vieja recipe will make a stewy shredded meat that has a beautiful Latin American taste. The…

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