Dinner

Gravlax Stack

2 pieces of your favorite carnivore bread (I like chicken buns for this recipe)

2-4 ounces cream cheese

2-4 ounces gravlax (smoked salmon)

2 eggs, poached, soft boiled or fried

Salt

Black pepper, garnish

Paprika, garnish

Spread the cream cheese onto your 2 pieces of carnivore bread.

Place on a plate and layer the gravlax slices on top of the cream cheese.

Top gravlax with an egg on each stack.

Sprinkle with salt, pepper and paprika.

This pairs really well topped with hollandaise sauce.

Shepherd’s Pie

1.5 pound beef, roast cut, diced small (chuck, rump, or steak/ground meat will work, too)

1.5 Tbs onion powder

2 tsp garlic powder

2 tsp salt

2 tsp black pepper

2 Tbs dijon or brown mustard

½ cup water

4 eggs, separated

Brown diced roast beef in a cast iron pan or another pan that you can bake and broil in the oven.

Add remaining ingredients, except eggs.

Let simmer for about 1 hour. You may need to add another ½ cup of water if it dries out.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

When the stew is almost done, whip your egg whites stiff.

Once the stew is done cooking, take some of the broth out and whisk it into the egg yolks. Whisk the yolks into the stew mixture, while constantly stirring, to avoid scrambling.

Top the stew mixture with the whipped whites and bake for 8 minutes.

Broil 3-5 minutes for color.

Enjoy!

Classic Steak with Perfect Scrambled Eggs

Serves 1

Your favorite steak (Newyork Strip), ribeye, sirloin, flank, chuck, etc)

 

2-4 eggs

 

Salt

1 tsp butter

Let your steak come to room temperature by letting it sit out for about 1 hour.

Heat your egg pan to a medium-low heat and melt your butter.

Heat your cast iron to a medium-high heat.

For the perfect scrambled eggs whisk your eggs and salt in a small bowl or cup first.

Pour your whisked eggs into the heated egg pan and cook low and slow while stirring them continuously until they are just scrambled. Take off heat.

Once your cast iron is heated, sear your steak to desired doneness. I prefer 1-2 minutes on each side, depending on thickness.

Once your steak is seared season with salt liberally. You can top with more butter, if you’d like, too.

Onion Roast

3-4 pound roast cut, (round, chuck, osso bucco, etc)

2 Tbsp onion flakes 

1 Tbsp garlic

1 Tbsp black pepper

2 tsp salt

¼-½ cup water

Add all ingredients to the slow cooker and cook on low for 6-8 hours.

If cooking longer, add a little more water.

Once cooked, shred all the meat and put back into the juices.

You can continue to cook it, or serve as is.

Meatza Pizza

Crust

2 ½ pounds Ground Meat (beef, chicken, turkey, bison, etc.)

2 eggs

1 tsp salt

2 tsp basil

½ tsp fennel seeds (optional, if you want a more Italian sausage flavor)

1 tsp garlic powder

½ tsp black pepper

 

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Mix all crust ingredients thoroughly and press into a large sheet pan or 2 pizza pans.

Make the crust a little thinner than you want because it will shrink and get a little thicker.

Bake for 12-15 minutes or until meat is cooked.

Drain fat from the pan.

 

Pizza topping ideas

8 ounces mozzarella

Parmesan

Goat cheese

Pepperoni

Cooked and crumbled sausage

Sliced cured meats

Cooked bacon

Poached eggs (top with poached eggs AFTER the meatza is complete or else you’ll have boiled eggs!)

 

Turn oven up to 450 degrees.

Top with your favorite cheeses and cured meats.

Bake 8 minutes.

Broil for 1-2 minutes if you want your cheese browned.

If you somehow don’t eat it all in one night, this makes phenomenal breakfast of the classic cold pizza!

Menudo Style Tripe Soup

4 pounds cleaned tripe, cut into large chunks

½ cup white vinegar

1 Tbs salt, or more to taste

1 Tbs chili powder

½ Tbs cumin

½ Tbs oregano

½ Tbs garlic

¼ tsp cayenne (optional)

1-2 bay leaves

Water, as needed

If your tripe is not clean, boil tripe for 30-45 minutes in a large pot and then drain out the water.

Put tripe back into the pot and add in remaining ingredients.

Fill pot with double the amount of water as there is tripe.

Let ingredients come to a boil, then reduce to a simmer. Check the consistency after 2 hours. If it is still chewy and you want it soft, continue cooking.

Dairy Free Gravy

¼ cup drippings from a pan after cooking roast, turkey, chicken, etc

1 cup broth liquid

1 whole egg

1 egg yolk

2 Tbs gelatin

1 Tbs cool water

1/2 tsp garlic

1/2 tsp onion powder

Salt to taste

Let broth and drippings mixture simmer and reduce for about 10 minutes.

Sprinkle the gelatin over the 2 Tbs cool water and let bloom for a few minutes.

Pour the eggs into a blender and begin to blend the eggs.

While the eggs are still blending, pour in about ½ cup of broth as well as the bloomed gelatin.

While continuously whisking the broth on the stove, pour the egg, gelatin and broth mixture back into the pot.

Keep whisking and cook on medium-low heat for about 5 minutes or until it starts to thicken up.

Remove from heat and let cool 5 minutes before serving so it can thicken up a little more.

Enjoy with roast beef, roasted turkey or chicken!

 

This also reheats well, too. Once cooled it will be solid jello. Just scoop into a small pot and reheat on medium-low.

Tamales

Tamale:

12 ounces cooked chicken, seasoned

1 whole egg

2 ounces tallow or fat of choice, melted

¼ tsp baking soda

 

Filling:

Use your own combination of sliced cheeses and already cooked meats. Ex: sliced steak, sliced chorizo sausage, chicken fajitas, etc.

Shredded cheese and crumbled meats do not work well with this recipe, they just make a big mess, but if you cook your ground beef into a patty that works a lot better.

 

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

In your blender or food processor add chicken & baking soda and begin to blend with melted tallow.

Add in the egg while the blender is on.

Let your “dough” chill covered in the fridge until firm. (About 1-2 hours, or overnight)

 

Using a large piece of parchment paper, spread half of the batter in the middle in a rectangle shape about 1 inch thick.

Layer your slice of cheese and sliced meat in the center of the batter.

Using the parchment paper, carefully wrap the meat and cheese with the batter. Folding the parchment into the shape of your fillings. Fold in the last 2 flaps underneath the tamale to hold it closed.

Place on a sheet pan and bake for about 20 minutes. Let cool 3-5 minutes and unwrap the parchment paper.

Cream of Chicken Soup

12 ounces cooked chicken (raw chicken works, too, just use diced chicken)

8 ounces cream cheese

3 cups chicken broth

¾ Tbs garlic

1-2 tsp salt

2 tsp black pepper

1 whole egg

 

Toss all ingredients, minus the egg, into a slow cooker.

Let cook on low for 3+ hours.

Before serving, spoon about 2 cups of soup into a blender.

Turn the blender on and keep blending on high.

While the blender is running, blend in to egg. Do not stop blending or else the egg will scramble.

Add the blended soup back to the pot and stir.

The soup should be nice, thick and creamy.

Serve as is or with crushed pork rinds on top.

 

Cobb Salad

 

 

1 large serving

6-8 ounces cooked chicken, grilled or rotisserie taste best for this recipe

2-3 boiled eggs

4-6 pieces cooked bacon, chopped

2 ounces blue cheese (Any cheese will work, though)

1.5 ounces pork rinds

1-2 ounces your favorite salad dressing (Best with carnivore buttermilk ranch or blue cheese)

Layer chicken into your bowl. Layer with bacon next, then boiled eggs.

Top with crumbled blue cheese and crushed pork rinds.

Serve with dressing.

You can easily make this salad at most salad bars if you’re in a hurry!

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