Does time fly, or does it spring? Because it feels like this season is springing away! Sound interesting? Come join us! Especially when the gift is a free jar of Paleo-friendly mayonnaise! In true Paleo fashion, most condiments can be made from scratch using real food ingredients.
Spicy Avocado Dill Dressing — A little bit spicy, a little bit cool, this avocado dill dressing is sure to be a big hit. Traditionally prepared relish and horseradish, for their part, are probably even healthier additions because they are naturally fermented, thus are a good source of probiotics. I already dedicated a post on making homemade mayonnaise, but the other condiments deserve their place as well and can be perfectly healthy Paleo additions, as long as no nasty ingredients are added. Condiments are, by far, one of those things. Ancient man didn’t have access to ketchup, hot sauce and salad dressing, so when following the Paleo diet you’ll need to come up with other condiments to spice up your meals. This is the recipe for the real traditional horseradish. Is Pesto Sauce Healthy?
My easy Romesco sauce recipe is made with roasted, pickled red peppers and toasted almonds, with a touch of garlic. Vinegars or lemon juice will also add a pleasant tanginess. The seeds are often soaked in white wine for an even deeper flavor. Hey ladies! When ready, store in the refrigerator and enjoy! Tomatoes are still a member of the nightshade family and mustard is made out of a seed, and those two things can still bring about problems for those with a damaged gut or autoimmune disease, but they should not be a problem otherwise. Rosemary Vinaigrette. Almond butter plays a major role in this dressing. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail.