If you’re looking for Paleo recipes that are UK friendly, in my humble opinion you’ve hit the jackpot here! This will easily feed 4 hungry Paleo dieters at anytime of the day. This casserole can be cooked for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Naturally calming sweet potato and turkey mean you can either kick off your day without any stress, allowing you to focus on your to do list. Or wind down after a long day knowing you’ve enjoyed a healthy meal. I made this last night and snuck back in the kitchen to finish it before my other half could. Simply delicious!
Fill er’ up!
Making this Paleo recipe is very simple, as you’ll see below. The ingredients can be found in any supermarket, butcher or any deli. You could even some extra spice by using some fiery red chillies, perhaps for dinner – rather than breakfast. However you decide to enjoy this recipe it’s lean, clean and I hope you’ll agree, tastes just marvelous.
- 400g Turkey mince
- 3 Medium Sweet potatoes
- 1 Red bell pepper
- 1 White onion
- 2 Cloves of garlic
- Preheat your oven to 190°C, 375°F, Gas Mark 5.
- Dice the onion, garlic and red bell pepper.
- Peel and grate the sweet potatoes and set aside.
- Brown off the onion, garlic and bell pepper mix in a pan with a touch of oil.
- Add the turkey and partially cook.
- Add this mixture into a casserole dish.
- Empty the grated sweet potato over the mixture and press gently.
- Bake for 25 minutes, check, then finish for 5 more minutes.
- Serve, enjoy this casserole with 3 of your paleo friends!
Here’s how it should look
Very brief Paleo recipe nutritional notes
- Turkey has a great amount of lean Protein, Vitamin A and is seriously low in fat – plus it’s cheaper than chicken! You can buy turkey mince, thigh or breast at all major supermarkets World wide – I remember finding in it a market in Vancouver and getting so overexcited I was asked to calm down…
- Sweet potato will also take your Vitamin A and Vitamin C intake through the roof.
- Garlic will help your heart and muscles with an injection of Potassium.
More nutritional notes can be found on a range of websites and some great books. I use this site.