Paleo Crock Pot Recipes

The best part about paleo crock pot recipes is that you don’t have to spend hours in the kitchen, slavering over the hot stove, for a nice, home-cooked dinner. All you have to do is prepare the ingredients for your meal, arrange them in the pot, start the slow cooker and come back after a few hours, to eat the paleo crock pot recipes.

paleo crock pot recipes

Paleo crock pot recipes are easy to make – put your favorite meats and vegetables in the pot, add some water or stock and let them cook. The crock pot will tenderize all meats, even less expensive, tough meat cuts.

Paleo Crock Pot Recipes

Crock-pot Bolognese sauce

That’s actually not a sauce, but a main dish, and you don’t need pasta to eat it – it works great with vegetables and greens salads.

Ingredients: two pounds (one kilogram) beef cuts (choose stewing beef or cuts from the round, flank, plate or shank), three red onions, two red peppers, three large carrots, one small celery root, four large tomatoes, a few spoons of vegetable oil, one red wine glass, sea salt and black pepper.

  1. Cut the meat in bite size pieces. Sprinkle some sea salt and black pepper on top.
  2. Take the peel off the tomatoes. Cut them into large dices.
  3. Cut all the vegetables in big chunks.
  4. Take a regular pan, put some vegetable oil inside and brown the beef a little.
  5. Put the beef in the crock-pot and arrange all the vegetables around the meat. Add the red wine.
  6. Let it cook for a few hours. Check from time to time, to see if there is liquid left. Add some water or red wine, if needed.
  7. Serve it hot, with a raw vegetables salad aside. Enjoy!

Crock-pot duck with onions and cabbage

Ingredients: one duck cut into serving size pieces, one medium cabbage, two red onions, one red pepper, a few spoons of vegetable oil, fresh dill, one tomato juice glass, sea salt and black pepper.

  1. Add some vegetable oil into a pan and brown the duck pieces an all sides, for a few minutes. Sprinkle some sea salt on top.
  2. Cut all the vegetables in big chunks.
  3. Put the meat in the crock-pot and arrange all the vegetables around the meat.
  4. Add the tomato juice and a glass or water.
  5. Leave it to cook slowly, for a few hours. Normally, the liquid should be enough, but just to make sure you don’t over dry the meat, check from time to time and add some supplementary liquid when needed – water or tomato juice, as you prefer.
  6. When the dish is done, chop the fresh dill finely and add it on the pot. Sprinkle some black pepper on top. Enjoy these paleo crock pot recipes!