In the past I've only put recipes on this website that were a 100% paleo (before the tomato change anyway). No beans, dairy or salt. (Yet it wasn't always very low-carb).
But I've not been eating that strict for a long time, and it just doesn't make sense for me not to include the more primal style recipes I enjoy. After all, there are many people who would still find those useful! If you are very strict and 100% paleo, not to worry, there will still be plenty of that.
With every recipe from now on I'll mention any none-pure paleo ingredients. I'm sure you can make a good estimate of low-carbness yourselves ;)
- 200 gr beef slices
- 250 gr brussel sprouts, halves
- 1 firm, sour apple (breaburn)
- 80 ml sour cream
- salt to taste and dietary beliefs ;)
Cut your apple into little chunks. Cook the brussel sprouts in water for 3 minutes, this is the most important bit because you really don't want to overcook them! In a frying pan brown your meat in butter, don't be stingy with the butter, it'll make the sauce yummy. When it's completely seared add the cooked sprouts. After another minute add the sour cream and the apple chunks. While that simmers for a minute or so finish it with nutmeg and some salt if you like. Enjoy :)
This is also very nice with bacon. But if you do use bacon do not add any salt!