One Skillet Pork Chops with Apples & Onions | DoYouEvenPaleo.net

One Skillet Pork Chops with Apples & Onions

Need a quick weeknight dinner? These one skillet pork chops with apples & onions are an excellent choice. In about 30 minutes of cook time, you’ll have a rustic dinner gracing the table.

I’m a huge fan of apple season and this is a great way to incorporate them into a savory dish. Apples add a touch of sweetness to this meal, and the thyme and onions keep things savory. Pork chops easily pair with the apple and onion combo, and they’re quick and simple to cook.

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How to Make Garlicky Quick-Pickled Radishes | DoYouEvenPaleo.net

Garlicky Quick-Pickled Radishes

Quick-pickled radishes are my go-to taco topping. I’m not the biggest fan of radishes, but once they’ve sat around in a vinegar bath for a while they basically turn into pure gold.

Pickled radishes add bright, tangy flavor and a satisfying crunch to tacos, burrito bowls, salads, and breakfast hashes. Whenever I make them, the jar is empty within days!

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Plantain & Olive Beef Bowls | DoYouEvenPaleo.net

Plantain & Olive Beef Bowls

Breakfast doesn’t have to mean eggs or pastries. I’ll be the first to admit I get sick of eggs after a while, so I came up with these plantain & olive beef bowls as a filling breakfast alternative. And. It’s. Amazing.

It’s hard not to make an amazing meal when plantains, olives, capers and mayo are involved! If you haven’t been hanging out in the paleo part of the internet very long, plantain & olive beef bowls will likely sound strange. But trust me. This makes a rockin’ breakfast!

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Kalamata Olive Dressing | DoYouEvenPaleo.net

Kalamata Olive Dressing

Since completely revamping my diet, I’ve learned a thing or two about a good salad. The first rule: salads are only boring and flavorless if you make them boring and flavorless. How do you liven up a boring salad? This kalamata olive dressing is an excellent way to add some excitement to an otherwise meh meal.

Kalamata olives have been my best friends this summer. Their bright, briney flavor adds a flair to almost anything! So of course, I’ve been enjoying kalamata olives as a snack, a topping, a mix-in, and now a dressing. Drizzle this blend of chopped olives, herbs and oil on salads, chicken, beef, roasted vegetables…there are endless possibilities!

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