First of all, get yourself a “Spiralizer”. They are fun to use and make your veggies pretty!
I saw this idea on Pinterest a long time ago, and finally started making these “Paleo Nachos” a month ago. Best. Thing. Ever.
Above you can see me “spiralizing” sweet potatoes. I used the blade that is just one single flat cut. This creates ribbon veggies, and makes pretty cucumbers and carrots for your salads. When using a raw sweet potato, I find that this blade makes the potato break off before it is a ribbon. This makes flat, thin chips!
I make a lot of sweet potatoes, because I can never stop eating them! I roast them in an oven at 425 degrees for 10-20 minutes. Olive oil, salt and pepper on them. Watch them a lot so they don’t burn!
- Chicken (cut thin)
- Sautéed onions and peppers
- Lots and lots of guacamole!
Non “paleo” ingredients you might want to add: rice, beans or cheese!
SO GOOD! Make them this week!!!
Posted on May 1, 2016, in Uncategorized and tagged clean eating, eating clean, Food, healthy food, healthy-living, Paleo, Whole30, Whole30 Challenge, Whole30 Recipes. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.