Fat-Burning Kitchen: Paleo Chicken Nuggets, Sushi, and Loin Roast



Welcome back to the second weekly installment of the Fat-Burning Kitchen, a post we’ll publish every Sunday with three of our favorite paleo and gluten-free recipes from around the internet.

And the gourmet delicacies we’ll be featuring here every week are just another testament to how amazing food can be with just a little creativity and some skill in the kitchen.

This week we’re featuring a mouth-watering trio from the likes of Calm Mind Kitchen, Slim Palate, and Paleo Spirit.

And if you’re looking to quickly learn how to cook, and haven’t already checked out the recent interview with New York Times best-selling author of the 4-Hour Chef, Tim Ferriss, then listen to the show here.

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So without further ado, let’s get cooking!

Recipe #1: Paleo Buffalo Chicken Nuggets

by Paleo Spirit

Click here to find the full recipe and cooking instructions.
Chicken Cupcakes

Recipe #2: Prosciutto Wrapped Loin Tip Roast

by Slim Palate

Click here for the full recipe and cooking instructions.

Slim Palate

Recipe #3: Paleo Sushi

by Calm Mind Kitchen

Click here for the full recipe and cooking instructions.

Sushi

Be sure and check back next week because the third edition of The Fat-Burning Kitchen will feature three of the most killer bacon recipes out there.

Have any recipe tips or links? Leave them in the comments below!

 

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