Main Dishes

Succulent Spaghetti and Meatballs

A dinner staple in most homes, this sous vide recipe helps you whip up something hearty any night of the week. Servings: 4 Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 2 hours 10 minutes Ingredients 1 lb. ground pork 1 lb. ground beef 1 egg 1/2 cup Italian bread crumbs 1 […]

Slow-Cooked Sous Vide Pot Roast

This hearty sous vide meal reminds us of one-pot style meals, but with tastier, more tender results! Servings: 6 – 8 Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 6 hours Ingredients 2 lb. sirloin tip roast 1 tablespoon sea salt 1 tablespoon black pepper 4 cups beef gravy, for serving For […]

spiralizing recipes - quick spaghetti with meat sauce

quick spaghetti with meat sauce

Lean protein and non-starchy vegetables are an unbeatable combination when you’re trying to lose weight. This simple, classic “spaghetti” with meat sauce is so flavorful you won’t even notice you’re getting a double-dose of vegetables on your plate.

spiralizing recipes - beef paprikash with squash noodles

beef paprikash with squash noodles

Also known as “beef goulash,” this recipe is often made with the addition of sour cream, but the real heart of the flavor is the interaction of meat and paprika, and this version of a comfort food classic (served on a bed of squash noodles) is totally Paleo-friendly.

spiralizing recipes - zucchini pasta & turkey sausage

zucchini pasta & turkey sausage

This is a meat sauce that shares top billing with tomatoes and greens. If you’re craving the taste of a sausage and peppers sub, substitute 2 diced Bell peppers and a chopped yellow onion for the arugula and enjoy.

spiralizing recipes - paleo chili cincinnati style

paleo chili cincinnati style

Cincinnati chili is often enhanced by sweet spices like cinnamon and cloves or even added chocolate. This recipe makes a chunkier, con carne style that can be eaten alone as well as in the Cincinnati style over noodles.

spiralizing recipes - paderno, weight-loss - drunken noodles with chicken

drunken noodles with chicken

This traditional Thai recipe is usually made with rice noodles, but since broccoli is often added to the dish, using broccoli “noodles” works as a great substitute without changing the underlying flavors.