Oftentimes the things we miss the most from our previous diets are not so much the bread, pastries or breakfast cereals, but rather the small and flavorful additions that we know of as condiments. I already dedicated a post on making homemade mayonnaise, but the other condiments deserve their place as well and can be perfectly healthy Paleo additions, as long as no nasty ingredients are added. After all, condiments like mustard and tomato based sauces like ketchup have been around for a long time, back when traditional food was all that was available. Traditionally prepared relish and horseradish, for their part, are probably even healthier additions because they are naturally fermented, thus are a good source of probiotics. Of course, one of the learned pleasures of Paleo is to appreciate food on its own, without a gazillion sugary flavors, but healthy condiments can still bring about the appreciated tangy and spicy tastes to your meals, without many drawbacks. Tomatoes are still a member of the nightshade family and mustard is made out of a seed, and those two things can still bring about problems for those with a damaged gut or autoimmune disease, but they should not be a problem otherwise. The recipes included here are all sugar-free and grain-free of course.
My easy Romesco sauce recipe is made with roasted, pickled red peppers and toasted almonds, with a touch of garlic. Maybe you have hormonal conditions, or an autoimmune disease, maybe you want to lose weight, or clear up acne, or lower cholesterol. And out of the dozens of wonderful options out there, these are a few of the new favorites from Primal Kitchen I think you just gotta have in your pantry. Learn how your comment data is processed. Found your favorites? Your Cart. Your cart is currently empty Fill your cart with your favorite products and make your meals healthy and exciting again! I bake it in casseroles, slather it on meat, and just generally do everything short of drinking it out of the bottle.
Note — some links above may contain affiliate links. Vitamin C. Let simmer sauces about a minute for the flavors to develop. Put in a dlet store, cover and refrigerate for about 4 days before serving. Appetizer Recipes. When ready, transfer to the refrigerator and enjoy. Of course, one of for learned pleasures of Paleo is to appreciate food on its diet, without a gazillion sugary flavors, but healthy condiments can still bring about the appreciated tangy and spicy tastes to your meals, without many drawbacks.