Turmeric has such great flavor and health benefits; so you don’t want to miss this one… This is Dan from Primal4Life bringing you a “Primal Curried Egg Salad Coconut Wraps.” So this morning, I’m looking in the fridge for literally five minutes… Rachel is telling me to close the door, and not to let the cool air out… The fridge is beeping because the door has been open for so long. I am undecided but came up with the idea of glass doors on a fridge so you can see what’s inside without having to open the doors. Hmm… Anyways, I finally saw my leftover cauliflower rice that I made last night to go with our chili… If that sounds confusing, it’s not too complex, trust me… Shred a head of cauliflower into “rice”, and then sauté it up with olive oil, coconut oil or even Paleo Butter, add some salt and pepper…. To change things up, I loaded it up with some turmeric and minced garlic. The turmeric is a great anti-inflammatory spice, which adds great flavor and obviously a nice yellow coloring. Another option which will simplify things would be to buy some Paleo Rice and add turmeric and garlic.
Once I got that out of the way, I grabbed a couple hard-boiled eggs, avocado, and some Paleo Mayo (which is a staple around here, we make it based from the 500 Paleo Recipes cookbook). I figured all of these items would go great in a Paleo Wrap, making one incredible low-carb egg salad. How is this low-carb with a wrap? Because Paleo Wraps have just four net carbs, as well as being fully organic, GMO-free, gluten and grain free, and soy free too! I decided to go with some goat cheese and fresh tomato, all good stuff if you ask me!! Overall this was not tough to make; especially if you opt for the “oh so simple to make” Paleo Rice.
- Paleo Wraps (Coconut Wraps)
- ½ cup curried cauliflower rice or Paleo Rice
- ½ avocado
- 1 tbsp Paleo Mayo
- 2 hardboiled eggs
- 2 tbsp organic goat cheese crumbles
- ¼ cup fresh tomato, cut into chunks
- Quantum Pink Salt and black pepper to taste
1) In a medium bowl, combine eggs, Paleo Mayo, and avocado… Mash well with a fork.
3) Assemble in a Paleo Wrap, top with fresh tomato.
Prep Time: 3 minutes
Cook Time: 2 minutes
Makes: enough for 2 Paleo Wraps
Prep and Cook Time depend on this one…. If you are making this with Paleo Rice, it’s quite accurate. The Paleo Rice cooks up in boiling water in literally one minute flat. Then you can season away to your liking! If you are making this with cauliflower, then you’d be adding on about 15 minutes, a few minutes spent with your food-processor, and about 12 minutes sautéing with your cast-iron skillet.
In the end, people want something that tastes great, and this accomplished that task! It was wonderful, with gobs of flavor and different textures… I really get into the benefits of spices and all these healthy ingredients; it makes me feel really good about eating Paleo (or Primal!), which helps keep inflammation low in general. Turmeric, combined with cauliflower in particular, has shown to prevent prostate cancer and stop the growth of existing prostate cancer. It reduces the risk of childhood leukemia, it’s a natural liver detoxifier, it has been shown to prevent and slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, and it can aid in fat metabolism and help in weight management. There are lots more to turmeric besides that, but as you can see it is a powerful spice, and since it tastes great, why not pour it on!
So make sure you try this recipe, and also be sure to check out www.JulianBakery.com/Paleo – the place where you can get your Paleo Wraps, Quantum Pink Salt, Paleo Butter, and Paleo Rice too! It’s one of the best spots to get all of this and more Paleo with a quickness! Thanks for checking out this Julian Bakery, I hope you decide to try it and I’m sure you will enjoy it!!
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