INSTRUCTIONS

Preheat the oven to 325F.

Season the shanks with salt and pepper.

Melt the oil or fat in a large flameproof casserole dish over high heat. Add the shanks and brown on all sides for 5 minutes until golden, then remove from the heat.

Add the remaining ingredients to the dish and stir through.

Cover the dish with the lid, place in the oven and cook for 3 hours until the meat is falling off the bone.

Remove the shanks from the dish. Place the dish on the stovetop over medium–high heat and cook until the braising liquid is reduced by half, about 20 minutes. Return the shanks to the dish to gently reheat for 10 minutes.

Meanwhile, to make the mint pistou, place all the ingredients in the bowl of a food processor and whiz until finely chopped. Season with salt and pepper.

Remove the shanks from the braising liquid and place in bowls. Ladle over the veggie broth, then spoon some mint pistou over the top.

BRAISED LAMB SHANKS WITH MINT PISTOU - By chef Pete Evans

Prep time: 20 min
Cooking time: 3 ½ hours
Serves: 4
Allergens: nuts

INGREDIENTS

2 large lamb shanks (about 1 ½ lb each)
sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
2 tablespoons olive oil or coconut oil (you can also use good quality fat if you like such as, duck fat, lard or tallow)
4 garlic cloves, chopped
2 celery stalks, finely chopped
1 onion, finely chopped
2 carrots, finely chopped
5 cups Chicken Bone Broth or water
8 thyme sprigs
1 rosemary sprig
2 bay leaves
½ teaspoon black peppercorns
Mint pistou
1 large handful of flat-leaf parsley leaves
2 large handfuls of mint leaves
40 g (scant ⅓ cup) pistachio nut, toasted
½ teaspoon ground cumin
2 tablespoons lemon juice
100 ml extra-virgin olive oil

INSTRUCTION

Preheat the oven to 325F.

Season the shanks with salt and pepper.

Melt the oil or fat in a large flameproof casserole dish over high heat. Add the shanks and brown on all sides for 5 minutes until golden, then remove from the heat.

Add the remaining ingredients to the dish and stir through.

Cover the dish with the lid, place in the oven and cook for 3 hours until the meat is falling off the bone.

Remove the shanks from the dish. Place the dish on the stovetop over medium–high heat and cook until the braising liquid is reduced by half, about 20 minutes. Return the shanks to the dish to gently reheat for 10 minutes.

Meanwhile, to make the mint pistou, place all the ingredients in the bowl of a food processor and whiz until finely chopped. Season with salt and pepper.

Remove the shanks from the braising liquid and place in bowls. Ladle over the veggie broth, then spoon some mint pistou over the top.

INSTRUCTIONS

To make the tamari and ginger sauce, mix all the ingredients together in a bowl and set aside.

Cook the sweet potato noodles in a large pot of boiling water for 4 to 5 minutes. Immediately drain. Drizzle 1 tablespoon olive oil over the noodles and toss to combine. If you like, cut the noodles with scissors into 6- to 7-inch lengths for easier eating. If using rice noodles, soak in hot water as per packet directions, drain.

Meanwhile, melt the remaining oil or fat in a wok or large heavy-based frying pan over high heat. Working in batches, stir-fry the beef until just brown (about 1 minute). Transfer to a plate.

Add more oil or fat to the pan if necessary. Add the onion and garlic and stir-fry for 1 minute until just turning brown. Add the rest of the vegetables and stir-fry for a minute or so until they reach your preferred level of crunch (about 5 minutes). Return the beef to the pan. Pour in the tamari and ginger sauce, mix everything together and cook for 1 minute. Season to taste with salt and pepper and mix in the cilantro.

Divide the noodles between four serving bowls and spoon over the stir-fry.

 
Note: Sweet potato vermicelli noodles are clear noodles made from sweet potato starch. You can find them at Asian grocery store, health food stores or grocery stores.

BEEF AND BROCCOLI STIR-FRY - By chef Pete Evans

My mum was the stir-fry queen when I was growing up. She would experiment with different proteins, such as chook, beef, lamb, pork, prawns or fish, and a multitude of vegetables to entice my growing taste buds. I tend to do the same now with my girls. They love a good stir-fry and it is a great way to introduce new spices.

Serves: 4

Prep time: 20 minutes

Cook time: 15 minutes

Allergens: soy (tamari), sesame, chili

 

INGREDIENTS

9 oz sweet potato vermicelli noodles or rice noodles (see note)

3 tablespoons olive oil or coconut oil (you can also use good quality fat if you like such as, duck fat, lard or tallow), extra if needed

1 ¼ lb tri-tip beef, cut into strips

1 onion, sliced

3 garlic cloves, thinly sliced

1 head of broccoli, broken into small florets, and stalks thinly sliced

8 mushrooms (about ½ lb), sliced

2 carrots, julienned

sea salt and freshly ground black pepper

chopped cilantro leaves, to serve

 

Tamari and Ginger Sauce

½ cup tamari or coconut aminos

¼ cup beef, chicken broth or water

1 ½ tablespoons honey (optional)

1 ½ tablespoons grated ginger

1 ½ teaspoons dried chili flakes (optional)

2 teaspoons sesame oil

INSTRUCTION

To make the tamari and ginger sauce, mix all the ingredients together in a bowl and set aside.

Cook the sweet potato noodles in a large pot of boiling water for 4 to 5 minutes. Immediately drain. Drizzle 1 tablespoon olive oil over the noodles and toss to combine. If you like, cut the noodles with scissors into 6- to 7-inch lengths for easier eating. If using rice noodles, soak in hot water as per packet directions, drain.

Meanwhile, melt the remaining oil or fat in a wok or large heavy-based frying pan over high heat. Working in batches, stir-fry the beef until just brown (about 1 minute). Transfer to a plate.

Add more oil or fat to the pan if necessary. Add the onion and garlic and stir-fry for 1 minute until just turning brown. Add the rest of the vegetables and stir-fry for a minute or so until they reach your preferred level of crunch (about 5 minutes). Return the beef to the pan. Pour in the tamari and ginger sauce, mix everything together and cook for 1 minute. Season to taste with salt and pepper and mix in the cilantro.

Divide the noodles between four serving bowls and spoon over the stir-fry.

 
Note: Sweet potato vermicelli noodles are clear noodles made from sweet potato starch. You can find them at Asian grocery store, health food stores or grocery stores.

INSTRUCTIONS

Heat half the oil or fat in a heavy-based saucepan over high heat. Working in batches, add the pork and fry, turning occasionally, for 4 minutes until the meat is lightly browned. Remove the pork from the pan and set aside.

Reduce the heat to medium, add the remaining oil or fat and the onion to the pan and sauté for 5 minutes until the onion is translucent. Stir in the garlic, ginger and curry paste and cook for 1 minute until fragrant.

Return the pork to the pan, then stir in the coconut cream and broth (or water) and bring to the boil.

Reduce the heat to low, cover the pan with a lid and cook for 1 hour.

Remove the lid, then add the eggplant and chilli (if using) to the curry and stir.

Gently simmer the curry for a further 30 minutes until the pork is very tender.

Stir the fish sauce into the curry, add the sugar and lime juice, then taste. There should be a pronounced tartness with a balance of sweetness – adjust the seasoning if necessary.

Sprinkle over the cilantro and serve with steamed rice or cauliflower rice, (see our cauliflower rice recipe)

THAI PORK CURRY - By chef Pete Evans

I love to slowly simmer pork to develop the flavour and allow the meat to become increasingly tender. Here, the pork’s done in a fragrant Thai red curry sauce. I usually make up a big batch, so we can eat the curry for days, or freeze some for later. Feel free to play around with different vegetables that are in season. The wonderful thing about

curries are they suit all climates and all times of the year.

Prep time: 10 min

Cook time: 1 hr 15 min

Serves: 6

Allergens: chili, fish (fish sauce)

INGREDIENTS

4 tablespoons olive oil or coconut oil (you can also use good-quality animal fat if you like such as, duck fat, tallow or lard)

2 ¼ lb pork collar butt, cut into 1 inch pieces

1 onion, sliced

4 garlic cloves, chopped

1 tablespoons finely grated ginger

3 tablespoons Thai red curry paste

1 x 13.5 fl oz can coconut cream

1 cup Chicken Bone Broth or water

1 eggplant, cut into ¾ inch cubes

2 long red chilies, cut in half lengthways and deseeded (optional)

1 tablespoon fish sauce

½ tablespoon palm sugar or coconut sugar

1 large handful of cilantro leaves, to serve

INSTRUCTION

Heat half the oil or fat in a heavy-based saucepan over high heat. Working in batches, add the pork and fry, turning occasionally, for 4 minutes until the meat is lightly browned. Remove the pork from the pan and set aside.

Reduce the heat to medium, add the remaining oil or fat and the onion to the pan and sauté for 5 minutes until the onion is translucent. Stir in the garlic, ginger and curry paste and cook for 1 minute until fragrant.

Return the pork to the pan, then stir in the coconut cream and broth (or water) and bring to the boil.

Reduce the heat to low, cover the pan with a lid and cook for 1 hour.

Remove the lid, then add the eggplant and chilli (if using) to the curry and stir.

Gently simmer the curry for a further 30 minutes until the pork is very tender.

Stir the fish sauce into the curry, add the sugar and lime juice, then taste. There should be a pronounced tartness with a balance of sweetness – adjust the seasoning if necessary.

Sprinkle over the cilantro and serve with steamed rice or cauliflower rice, (see our cauliflower rice recipe)

INSTRUCTIONS

Preheat the oven to 325°

Combine the beef pieces, curry powder, turmeric, cayenne pepper and sugar (if using) in a bowl and season with salt and pepper. Toss to combine, cover and marinate in the fridge for 15 minutes.

Melt 2 tablespoons of the oil in a large flameproof casserole dish over medium–high heat. Add the shallot and carrot and cook for 4 minutes until slightly soft. Stir in the ginger and garlic and cook for 1 minute until the garlic starts to colour and is fragrant. Remove from the dish and set aside.

Wipe the dish clean and melt the remaining oil over medium–high heat.

Working in batches, add the marinated beef and cook for 5 minutes until well browned. Return all the meat and the garlic, shallot, carrot and ginger to the dish, pour in the broth and fish sauce and bring to a simmer.

Cover the dish with the lid and transfer to the oven to cook for 2 hours until the meat is tender. Stir in the coconut cream and cook, uncovered, on the stovetop over medium heat for a further 5 minutes. Season the curry with salt and pepper, if needed, and fold in the spinach.

Scatter the Vietnamese mint leaves over the top and serve with the lime wedges on the side.

VIETNAMESE BEEF CURRY - By chef Pete Evans

This is perfect for any ocassion with your family and friends.
It is delicous and you will wow your mates with this dish!


Prep time: 15 min (plus 15 min for marinating)

Cooking time: 2 hr 15 min

Serves: 6

Allergens: cayenne pepper (chili)

INGREDIENTS

2 ½ lb tri-tip beef, cut into 1 inch cubes

3 tablespoons curry powder

2 teaspoons ground turmeric

pinch of cayenne pepper

1 tablespoon sugar or coconut sugar (optional)

sea salt and freshly ground black pepper

4 tablespoons olive oil or coconut oil (you can also use good quality fat if you like such as, duck fat, lard or tallow)

4 shallots, cut into ¼ inch thick slices

1 carrot, chopped

1 ½ inch piece of ginger, finely chopped

5 garlic cloves, sliced

2 ¾ cups beef, chicken bone broth or water

3 tablespoons fish sauce

1 ¼ cups coconut cream

1 large handful spinach leaves

1 large handful of Vietnamese mint or cilantro leaves

lime wedges, to serve

Serve with cauliflower rice (see our cauliflower recipe) or steamed rice

INSTRUCTION

Preheat the oven to 325°

Combine the beef pieces, curry powder, turmeric, cayenne pepper and sugar (if using) in a bowl and season with salt and pepper. Toss to combine, cover and marinate in the fridge for 15 minutes.

Melt 2 tablespoons of the oil in a large flameproof casserole dish over medium–high heat. Add the shallot and carrot and cook for 4 minutes until slightly soft. Stir in the ginger and garlic and cook for 1 minute until the garlic starts to colour and is fragrant. Remove from the dish and set aside.

Wipe the dish clean and melt the remaining oil over medium–high heat.

Working in batches, add the marinated beef and cook for 5 minutes until well browned. Return all the meat and the garlic, shallot, carrot and ginger to the dish, pour in the broth and fish sauce and bring to a simmer.

Cover the dish with the lid and transfer to the oven to cook for 2 hours until the meat is tender. Stir in the coconut cream and cook, uncovered, on the stovetop over medium heat for a further 5 minutes. Season the curry with salt and pepper, if needed, and fold in the spinach.

Scatter the Vietnamese mint leaves over the top and serve with the lime wedges on the side.

INSTRUCTIONS

Season the lamb shank with salt and pepper. Heat the oil or fat in a large saucepan over medium–high heat and add the shank. Brown on all sides, about 6 minutes, then remove from the pan. Reduce the heat to medium and add the onion and sauté, stirring occasionally, for 6-8 minutes until softened.

Add the garlic and oregano to the pan and sauté for 1–2 minutes. Stir in the tomatoes and cook for 3–4 minutes. Pour in the broth or water, then return the shanks to the pan and bring to the boil. Reduce the heat to medium–low and cover with the lid. Simmer the soup for 1 ½ hours.

After 1 ½ hours of cooking, add zucchini and pumpkin, season with salt and pepper. Simmer for a further 40 minutes or until the meat is falling off the bone.

Remove the lamb shank from the stew and when the meat is cool enough to handle, remove the meat from the bone and shred or chop the flesh. Return the meat to the pan and stir through the soup. Adjust the seasoning and stir in the lemon juice.

Ladle into warm bowls and sprinkle with parsley and lemon zest to serve.

ITALIAN LAMB SHANK SOUP WITH VEGGIES - By chef Pete Evans

Prep time: 15 minutes

Cooking time: 2 ½ hours

Serves: 6 – 8

INGREDIENTS

1 ½ lb lamb shank

Sea salt and freshly ground pepper

3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil or coconut oil (you can also use good quality fat if you like, such as duck fat, lard or tallow)

2 large onions, finely sliced

4 large cloves garlic, sliced

1 tablespoon dried oregano

2 x 14.5 oz cans whole peeled tomatoes, crushed

2 qt chicken broth, or water

2 zucchinis, halved lengthways and sliced

1.3 lb pumpkin, peeled, cut into ¾ inch dice

Zest and juice from half lemon

2 tablespoons chopped flat-leaf parsley

INSTRUCTION

Season the lamb shank with salt and pepper. Heat the oil or fat in a large saucepan over medium–high heat and add the shank. Brown on all sides, about 6 minutes, then remove from the pan. Reduce the heat to medium and add the onion and sauté, stirring occasionally, for 6-8 minutes until softened.

Add the garlic and oregano to the pan and sauté for 1–2 minutes. Stir in the tomatoes and cook for 3–4 minutes. Pour in the broth or water, then return the shanks to the pan and bring to the boil. Reduce the heat to medium–low and cover with the lid. Simmer the soup for 1 ½ hours.

After 1 ½ hours of cooking, add zucchini and pumpkin, season with salt and pepper. Simmer for a further 40 minutes or until the meat is falling off the bone.

Remove the lamb shank from the stew and when the meat is cool enough to handle, remove the meat from the bone and shred or chop the flesh. Return the meat to the pan and stir through the soup. Adjust the seasoning and stir in the lemon juice.

Ladle into warm bowls and sprinkle with parsley and lemon zest to serve.

INSTRUCTIONS

Soak 8 bamboo skewers in warm water for 20 minutes before using or use metal skewers. 

Cut
beef into 1 inch cubes. Thread 3–4 cubes onto each skewer and set aside on a tray. 

To make the sauce, place the garlic and a little salt in a mortar and
crush with the pestle. Add the chili, parsley and cilantro and pound to a paste. Stir through the vinegar, cumin and olive oil, then taste and season with salt and pepper. 

Pour half the sauce over the skewers, cover and place in the fridge to
marinate for at least 2 hours, or ideally overnight. Place the remaining sauce in the fridge. 

When you are ready to serve, heat a barbecue to medium–hot and grease
with a little oil. Season the skewers with salt and pepper and cook for 2 minutes on each side, or until cooked to your liking. Remove from heat and leave to rest in a warm place for 5 minutes. 

Serve with the remaining chimichurri sauce on the side. 

 

 

CHIMMICHURRI BEEF SKEWERS - By chef Pete Evans

Chimichurri is an Argentinean sauce used for grilled meats, and it is my absolute 

favorite at the moment. The ingredients alone from a health point of view are 

astounding: garlic, parsley, cilantro, apple cider vinegar and coconut oil. You can use chimichurri as a sauce or condiment, as a marinade for meat, chicken or seafood, or you can thin it down with a little water to make a beautiful salad dressing. Chimichurri is also delicious with sweet potato, pumpkin and plenty of other vegetables.

Prep time: 15 min (2 hours marinating) 

Cooking time: 10 min 

Serves: 4 

Allergen: chili 

INGREDIENTS

2 ¼ lb tri-tip beef  

olive oil or coconut oil, for cooking (you can also use good quality fat if you like such as, duck fat, lard or tallow) 

sea salt and freshly ground black pepper 

 

CHIMICHURRI SAUCE 

4 garlic cloves, peeled 

sea salt 

1 – 2 pinches dried chili flakes  

2 very large handfuls of flat-leaf parsley leaves 

2 very large handfuls of coriander leaves 

1/3 cup apple cider vinegar   

1 teaspoon ground cumin 

1 cup olive oil 

freshly ground black pepper

INSTRUCTION

Soak 8 bamboo skewers in warm water for 20 minutes before using or use metal skewers. 

Cut
beef into 1 inch cubes. Thread 3–4 cubes onto each skewer and set aside on a tray. 

To make the sauce, place the garlic and a little salt in a mortar and
crush with the pestle. Add the chili, parsley and cilantro and pound to a paste. Stir through the vinegar, cumin and olive oil, then taste and season with salt and pepper. 

Pour half the sauce over the skewers, cover and place in the fridge to
marinate for at least 2 hours, or ideally overnight. Place the remaining sauce in the fridge. 

When you are ready to serve, heat a barbecue to medium–hot and grease
with a little oil. Season the skewers with salt and pepper and cook for 2 minutes on each side, or until cooked to your liking. Remove from heat and leave to rest in a warm place for 5 minutes. 

Serve with the remaining chimichurri sauce on the side. 

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS

Combine the marinade ingredients in a large bowl and mix well. Add the pork and toss until thoroughly coated. Cover with plastic wrap and place in the fridge to marinate for at least 2 hours, or overnight. 

Soak eight bamboo skewers in a shallow dish of cold water for 20 minutes. Drain. 

Meanwhile, to make the macadamia satay sauce, combine the macadamia nuts and almond butter in a food processor bowl and pulse until well ground. Add the ginger and chilli and process until blended. Pour in the tamari or coconut aminos, sesame oil and maple syrup (if using) and blend well. Gradually pour in ½ cup of water and pulse until the sauce is smooth. If the sauce is a little too thick, simply add more water. Season with a little salt, if desired. 

Heat a barbecue plate or chargrill pan to medium–hot. Thread the marinated pork cubes onto the prepared skewers and season with salt and pepper. Cook the skewers, basting with the marinade, for 3 minutes on each side until browned and cooked through. Scatter the coriander leaves over the skewers and serve with the lime wedges and the satay sauce on the side.

SATAY PORK SKEWERS - By chef Pete Evans

What I love about the paleo movement is seeing the resurgence in pasture-raised and free-range pork, and I look forward to the day when the inhumane practice of factory farming is a distant memory. This super-simple preparation will have the whole family smiling from ear to ear. Make sure you serve the skewers with some veg and or a lovely green salad. 

Prep time: 20 minutes 

Cooking time: 8 - 10 minutes 

Serves: 4

INGREDIENTS

2 lb pork collar butt, cut into 1 inch cubes 

sea salt and freshly ground black pepper 

cilantro leaves, to serve 

lime wedges, to serve  

Marinade 

1 ½ teaspoons lime zest 

1 ½ tablespoons lime juice 

1 tablespoon coconut oil, melted, plus extra for cooking 

2 tablespoons tamari 

1 ½ tablespoons fish sauce 

3 garlic cloves, crushed 

1 ½ tablespoons finely grated ginger 

1 ½ tablespoons ground turmeric 

1 ½ teaspoons ground coriander 

1 teaspoon ground cumin 

pinch sea salt 

Macadamia satay sauce 

1 cup macadamia nuts 

1/2 cup almond butter 

2 tablespoons finely grated ginger 

1 long red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped 

2 tablespoons tamari or coconut aminos 

1 tablespoon sesame oil 

1 tablespoon maple syrup (optional) 

sea salt 

INSTRUCTION

Combine the marinade ingredients in a large bowl and mix well. Add the pork and toss until thoroughly coated. Cover with plastic wrap and place in the fridge to marinate for at least 2 hours, or overnight. 

Soak eight bamboo skewers in a shallow dish of cold water for 20 minutes. Drain. 

Meanwhile, to make the macadamia satay sauce, combine the macadamia nuts and almond butter in a food processor bowl and pulse until well ground. Add the ginger and chilli and process until blended. Pour in the tamari or coconut aminos, sesame oil and maple syrup (if using) and blend well. Gradually pour in ½ cup of water and pulse until the sauce is smooth. If the sauce is a little too thick, simply add more water. Season with a little salt, if desired. 

Heat a barbecue plate or chargrill pan to medium–hot. Thread the marinated pork cubes onto the prepared skewers and season with salt and pepper. Cook the skewers, basting with the marinade, for 3 minutes on each side until browned and cooked through. Scatter the coriander leaves over the skewers and serve with the lime wedges and the satay sauce on the side.

INSTRUCTIONS

Melt 2 tablespoons of oil in a large, heavy based saucepan over medium heat. Add the onion and carrot and sauté for 7 minutes until the vegetables are starting to caramelize. Stir in the garlic and rosemary and continue to cook for 1 minute until fragrant, then remove from the pan.  

Increase
the heat to medium–high and add the remaining coconut oil or oil in the pan. Add the lamb shanks and cook for 3 minutes on each side until browned. Pour in the wine, bring to the boil and reduce by half, about 3 minutes. Return the cooked vegetables to the pan, add the broth or water, the tomatoes and chili flakes and bring to the boil. Reduce the heat to low, cover with a lid and simmer gently for 3 hours until the meat is tender and falling off the bone. Season with salt and pepper. 

Remove the shanks from the sauce, and once cool enough to handle, remove the meat from the bone. Shred or chop the meat and return to the pan. 

Gently mix the parsnip ribbons into the hot lamb ragu and cook for 2–3 minutes until the parsnip is cooked through. 

Arrange on serving plates or in a serving dish, drizzle over a little lemon-infused olive oil and sprinkle on some parsley.

LAMB RAGU WITH PARSNIP PAPPARDELLE - By chef Pete Evans

On a cool winter’s evening, nothing can be more comforting and warming than a slowly cooked lamb ragu. Here, we embrace real food and serve the ragu with a parsnip pappardelle. This bowl of goodness will make you feel calmly content.

Prep time:
10 min  

Cooking time: 3 hours 15 min  

Serves: 4 

Allergens: Chili 

INGREDIENTS

4 tablespoons olive oil or coconut oil (you can also use good quality fat if you like such as, duck fat, lard or tallow) 

1 onion, finely chopped 

2 carrots, finely chopped 

4 garlic cloves, finely chopped 

½ tablespoon finely chopped rosemary leaves 

2 lamb shanks  

1 cup red wine (such as shiraz) 

2 cups beef or chicken bone broth or water 

2 x 14 oz cans whole peeled tomatoes 

1 teaspoon chili flakes 

sea salt and freshly ground black pepper 

4 parsnips, spiralized into ribbons 

lemon-infused extra-virgin olive oil, to serve 

1 tablespoon finely chopped flat-leaf parsley

INSTRUCTION

Melt 2 tablespoons of oil in a large, heavy based saucepan over medium heat. Add the onion and carrot and sauté for 7 minutes until the vegetables are starting to caramelize. Stir in the garlic and rosemary and continue to cook for 1 minute until fragrant, then remove from the pan.  

Increase
the heat to medium–high and add the remaining coconut oil or oil in the pan. Add the lamb shanks and cook for 3 minutes on each side until browned. Pour in the wine, bring to the boil and reduce by half, about 3 minutes. Return the cooked vegetables to the pan, add the broth or water, the tomatoes and chili flakes and bring to the boil. Reduce the heat to low, cover with a lid and simmer gently for 3 hours until the meat is tender and falling off the bone. Season with salt and pepper. 

Remove the shanks from the sauce, and once cool enough to handle, remove the meat from the bone. Shred or chop the meat and return to the pan. 

Gently mix the parsnip ribbons into the hot lamb ragu and cook for 2–3 minutes until the parsnip is cooked through. 

Arrange on serving plates or in a serving dish, drizzle over a little lemon-infused olive oil and sprinkle on some parsley.

INSTRUCTIONS

Preheat the oven to 300F. 

Toss the pork cubes in the combined tapioca starch, salt and pepper to coat. 

Heat a casserole with ¼ cup of the oil or fat over medium – high heat. Working in batches, add the pork and cook until well browned on all sides (about 5 minutes). Reduce the heat to medium, add the paprika, garlic and bell pepper and cook for 1 minute or until fragrant. Stir in the sweet potato, tomato, vinegar and stock. Bring to the boil, then reduce the heat to low, cover with a lid, and simmer for 2 hours or until the meat is almost tender. Season with salt and pepper. 

Remove the lid and allow to cook further for 1 hour so the sauce reduces slightly and the pork is very tender. 

After the stew has been simmering for 2 ½ hours, preheat the oven to 350F. Place the broccoli and remaining oil in a roasting pan and toss to combine. Season generously with salt and pepper and spread out in a single layer. Roast in the oven for 10 minutes, then rotate the tray and flip the broccoli and cook for a further 10 minutes or until tender and golden. 

When the stew is ready to serve, sprinkle with parsley and chili flakes (if using) and serve the roasted broccoli on the side. 

PORK STEW SPANISH-STYLE - By chef Pete Evans

Make the most of your Bulkbox. Perfect for your weekly meal prep. 22 servings.

Serves: 22 

Prep time: 30 minutes 

Cook time: 3 hours 15 minutes 

Allergens: chili


INGREDIENTS

3 ½ lb pork collar butt, cut into 1 inch cubes 

½ cup tapioca starch or corn starch  

sea salt and freshly ground black pepper 

½ cup olive oil or coconut oil (you can also use good quality fat if you like, such as duck fat, lard or tallow) 

¼ cup smoked paprika 

14 cloves garlic, sliced 

2.5 lb red bell pepper, deseeded and chopped 

2.5 lb sweet potato or white potato, cut into 1 inch pieces 

4 x 14.5 oz can diced tomato 

2/3 cup vinegar (red wine, white wine or apple cider) 

2 qt chicken stock 

3 lb broccoli, broken in florets and stalk cut into ½ inch dice 

2 handfuls flat- leaf or curly parsley leaves, chopped 

2 – 4 pinches chili flakes, to serve.

INSTRUCTION

Preheat the oven to 300F. 

Toss the pork cubes in the combined tapioca starch, salt and pepper to coat. 

Heat a casserole with ¼ cup of the oil or fat over medium – high heat. Working in batches, add the pork and cook until well browned on all sides (about 5 minutes). Reduce the heat to medium, add the paprika, garlic and bell pepper and cook for 1 minute or until fragrant. Stir in the sweet potato, tomato, vinegar and stock. Bring to the boil, then reduce the heat to low, cover with a lid, and simmer for 2 hours or until the meat is almost tender. Season with salt and pepper. 

Remove the lid and allow to cook further for 1 hour so the sauce reduces slightly and the pork is very tender. 

After the stew has been simmering for 2 ½ hours, preheat the oven to 350F. Place the broccoli and remaining oil in a roasting pan and toss to combine. Season generously with salt and pepper and spread out in a single layer. Roast in the oven for 10 minutes, then rotate the tray and flip the broccoli and cook for a further 10 minutes or until tender and golden. 

When the stew is ready to serve, sprinkle with parsley and chili flakes (if using) and serve the roasted broccoli on the side. 

INSTRUCTIONS

Melt the oil or fat in a large frying pan over medium–high heat. Add the onion, carrot and celery and cook for 4–5 minutes or until the onion is soft. Stir in the garlic and cook for 1 minute or until fragrant and starting to brown. Add the beef and brown, breaking up any lumps with a wooden spoon, for 5–6 minutes. Add the tomato paste, stir and cook for 1 minute. Mix in the oregano and wine and cook for 4–5 minutes until the wine has almost evaporated. Add the passata, half the broth and the chili flakes (if using) and season with salt and pepper. Simmer on low heat for 30 minutes, adding more broth if needed. 

Spoon the vegetable or wheat spaghetti or pasta into four serving bowls, top with the Bolognese sauce, then sprinkle with basil.

Vegetable Spaghetti
To make the
vegetable spaghetti, use the thick noodle blade on a spiralizer to create carrot and zucchini noodles. If you don’t have a spiralizer, simply julienne the carrot and zucchini using a sharp knife. 

Bring a saucepan of salted water to the boil. Add the carrot noodles and cook for 30 seconds, then add the zucchini noodles and cook for a further 30 seconds until just tender. Drain well. Toss with oil and serve.

 

SPAGHETTI BOLOGNESE - By chef Pete Evans

Bolognese is one of the most-cooked family meals in Australia and to be able to offer a paleo version is just brilliant. I serve it here with some vegetable noodles; however, you can bake a whole sweet potato until tender, then cut it open like a hotdog bun, fill the centre with Bolognese and serve it with a delicious salad and some fermented veg on the side. 


Serves: 4 

Prep time: 10 – 15 minutes 

Cooking time: 50 minutes 

Allergens: Gluten (if using wheat pasta), chili

INGREDIENTS

2 tablespoons olive oil or coconut oil (you can also use good-quality animal fat if you like such as, duck fat, tallow or lard) 

1 onion, chopped 

2 carrots, finely diced 

2 celery stalks, finely diced 

4 garlic cloves, finely chopped 

1.1 lb beef mince (or minced pork) *see our recipe on how to grind your meat at home. 

2 tablespoons tomato paste 

1 tablespoon chopped fresh oregano leaves or 1 teaspoon dried 

¾ cup dry red wine 

1.1 lb tomato passata or whole peeled tomatoes 

2 cups Chicken Bone Broth or water 

pinch of chili flakes (optional) 

sea salt and freshly ground black pepper 

Serve with your choice of vegetable spaghetti (spiralized zucchini and carrots) or wheat spaghetti or pasta (for the recipes, please see below) 

baby basil leaves, to serve.

Vegetable Spaghetti 

3 zucchini 

2 carrots 

1 tablespoon olive oil

 

INSTRUCTION

Melt the oil or fat in a large frying pan over medium–high heat. Add the onion, carrot and celery and cook for 4–5 minutes or until the onion is soft. Stir in the garlic and cook for 1 minute or until fragrant and starting to brown. Add the beef and brown, breaking up any lumps with a wooden spoon, for 5–6 minutes. Add the tomato paste, stir and cook for 1 minute. Mix in the oregano and wine and cook for 4–5 minutes until the wine has almost evaporated. Add the passata, half the broth and the chili flakes (if using) and season with salt and pepper. Simmer on low heat for 30 minutes, adding more broth if needed. 

Spoon the vegetable or wheat spaghetti or pasta into four serving bowls, top with the Bolognese sauce, then sprinkle with basil.

Vegetable Spaghetti
To make the
vegetable spaghetti, use the thick noodle blade on a spiralizer to create carrot and zucchini noodles. If you don’t have a spiralizer, simply julienne the carrot and zucchini using a sharp knife. 

Bring a saucepan of salted water to the boil. Add the carrot noodles and cook for 30 seconds, then add the zucchini noodles and cook for a further 30 seconds until just tender. Drain well. Toss with oil and serve.

 

INSTRUCTIONS

Combine the carrot, garlic, wine, broth (or water), beef, bay leaves, thyme and pepper in a non-reactive dish. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. 

Remove the meat from the marinade and pat dry with paper towel. Season with salt and pepper and set aside. Strain the marinade through a fine sieve, reserving the liquid and the vegetables and herbs. Set aside. 

Melt 3 tablespoons of the oil or fat in a large flameproof casserole dish over medium–high heat. Add the meat in batches and cook for 2 minutes on each side until browned. Remove from the dish and set aside.  

Reduce the heat to medium, add the remaining oil or fat to the dish, then add the reserved vegetables and herbs and sauté for 6–8 minutes until starting to caramelize. Stir in the tapioca flour (if using) and cook for a further minute.        

Return the meat to the dish, pour in the reserved marinade and bring to the boil. 

Reduce the heat to low, cover and simmer for 1 hour until the meat is tender. 

Add the bacon, shallots and mushrooms to the dish. 

Cook for a further 45 minutes until the shallot is very soft and the beef is meltingly tender. Season with salt and pepper and serve.

BEEF BOURGUIGNON - By chef Pete Evans

I am very proud to have started off learning traditional French cookery at culinary school, as it became the foundation for my technique and taught me to respect the produce I am working with. Beef bourguignon is a classic French dish that I think I learned to make in my very first semester. Here is my nod to those early days that helped shape the chef I am today. Bon appetite! 

Pete

Prep time: 15 min  

Cooking time: 2 hours  

Serves: 4-6

 

INGREDIENTS

2 large carrots, roughly chopped 

6 garlic cloves, finely chopped 

3 cups red wine 

2 cups Beef Bone Broth or water 

3 1/3 lb tri-tip beef, fat trimmed and meat cut into 1 inch pieces 

2 bay leaves 

4 thyme sprigs 

½ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper, plus extra for seasoning 

sea salt 

4 tablespoons olive oil or coconut oil (you can also use good quality fat if you like such as, duck fat, lard or tallow) 

3 tablespoons tapioca flour  

6 bacon rashes, rind removed, flesh diced 

10 oz mushrooms, halved 

6 shallots, quartered.

INSTRUCTION

Combine the carrot, garlic, wine, broth (or water), beef, bay leaves, thyme and pepper in a non-reactive dish. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. 

Remove the meat from the marinade and pat dry with paper towel. Season with salt and pepper and set aside. Strain the marinade through a fine sieve, reserving the liquid and the vegetables and herbs. Set aside. 

Melt 3 tablespoons of the oil or fat in a large flameproof casserole dish over medium–high heat. Add the meat in batches and cook for 2 minutes on each side until browned. Remove from the dish and set aside.  

Reduce the heat to medium, add the remaining oil or fat to the dish, then add the reserved vegetables and herbs and sauté for 6–8 minutes until starting to caramelize. Stir in the tapioca flour (if using) and cook for a further minute.        

Return the meat to the dish, pour in the reserved marinade and bring to the boil. 

Reduce the heat to low, cover and simmer for 1 hour until the meat is tender. 

Add the bacon, shallots and mushrooms to the dish. 

Cook for a further 45 minutes until the shallot is very soft and the beef is meltingly tender. Season with salt and pepper and serve.

INSTRUCTIONS

Preheat the oven to 350°F. 

Generously salt both sides of the eggplant slices and leave for1 hour (this draws out excess moisture and stops the eggplant becoming bitter and watery). Rinse under cold water and pat dry with paper towel. Brush the eggplant with about 1 tablespoon of the oil and cook in batches in a frying pan over high heat until lightly browned. Remove from the pan and set aside. Wipe the pan clean, then add another tablespoon of the oil and sauté the swiss chard over medium heat for 2 minutes or until wilted. Remove from the pan and set aside. 

Melt the remaining oil in the frying pan over medium heat. Add the onion and garlic and cook for 5 minutes, or until softened. Stir in the ground beef and cinnamon, breaking up any lumps with a spatula. Season with salt and pepper and cook until the meat is browned. Add the tomato paste and bone broth or water, mix to combine and simmer for 15 minutes. Stir through the offal and remove from the heat. 

Meanwhile, to make the cauliflower white sauce, steam the cauliflower for 15 minutes until very soft. Pour half of the coconut milk into a saucepan and bring to the boil. Mix the arrowroot with the remaining coconut milk until combined. When the milk has boiled, turn the heat down to low and whisk in the coconut and arrowroot mixture. Cook, whisking constantly, for 1 minute until the sauce has thickened. Remove from the heat and whisk in the egg, then stir in the cauliflower. Transfer the cauliflower mixture to a food processor and process until smooth and creamy. Season with salt and pepper and allow to cool slightly. 

To assemble, lay half the eggplant slices in a single layer in a large baking dish. Spread the swiss chard on top, then pour on the beef mixture. Add the remaining eggplant slices then sprinkle over the parsley. Finally, pour over the cauliflower white sauce. 

Bake for 40 minutes, or until lightly golden. Allow to stand for 15 minutes before cutting and serving with a simple green salad. 

Note 

Arrowroot is a gluten-free starch made from the roots of the tapioca and cassava plants. You’ll find it at supermarkets and health food stores.

BEEF MOUSSAKA - By chef Pete Evans

The key to going paleo is to make food that the whole family will enjoy and that will last a day or two. 

This moussaka fits the bill perfectly – it is bursting with flavour and will easily keep in the fridge for a few days. Serve with a Greek salad (minus the cheese) and some sauerkraut.

PREP TIME: 20 MIN (Plus 1 hour for salting the eggplant)  

COOKING TIME: 55 min  

SERVES: 6 

ALLERGENS: egg

INGREDIENTS

1 large eggplant (about 1 lb), sliced ½ inch thick 

sea salt 

4 tablespoons olive oil or melted coconut oil 

½ bunch of swiss chard (about 7 oz), central stalks removed and leaves chopped 

2 onions, chopped 

4 garlic cloves, crushed 

1.3 lb ground beef  

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon  

freshly ground black pepper  

6 oz tomato paste 

1 ¼ cups Beef or Chicken Bone Broth or water 

3 tablespoons chopped flat-leaf parsley leaves 


Cauliflower white sauce
 

½ head cauliflower (about 1 ¼ lb), cut into florets 

2 cups coconut milk 

3 tablespoons arrowroot (see note) 

1 egg

INSTRUCTION

Preheat the oven to 350°F. 

Generously salt both sides of the eggplant slices and leave for1 hour (this draws out excess moisture and stops the eggplant becoming bitter and watery). Rinse under cold water and pat dry with paper towel. Brush the eggplant with about 1 tablespoon of the oil and cook in batches in a frying pan over high heat until lightly browned. Remove from the pan and set aside. Wipe the pan clean, then add another tablespoon of the oil and sauté the swiss chard over medium heat for 2 minutes or until wilted. Remove from the pan and set aside. 

Melt the remaining oil in the frying pan over medium heat. Add the onion and garlic and cook for 5 minutes, or until softened. Stir in the ground beef and cinnamon, breaking up any lumps with a spatula. Season with salt and pepper and cook until the meat is browned. Add the tomato paste and bone broth or water, mix to combine and simmer for 15 minutes. Stir through the offal and remove from the heat. 

Meanwhile, to make the cauliflower white sauce, steam the cauliflower for 15 minutes until very soft. Pour half of the coconut milk into a saucepan and bring to the boil. Mix the arrowroot with the remaining coconut milk until combined. When the milk has boiled, turn the heat down to low and whisk in the coconut and arrowroot mixture. Cook, whisking constantly, for 1 minute until the sauce has thickened. Remove from the heat and whisk in the egg, then stir in the cauliflower. Transfer the cauliflower mixture to a food processor and process until smooth and creamy. Season with salt and pepper and allow to cool slightly. 

To assemble, lay half the eggplant slices in a single layer in a large baking dish. Spread the swiss chard on top, then pour on the beef mixture. Add the remaining eggplant slices then sprinkle over the parsley. Finally, pour over the cauliflower white sauce. 

Bake for 40 minutes, or until lightly golden. Allow to stand for 15 minutes before cutting and serving with a simple green salad. 

Note 

Arrowroot is a gluten-free starch made from the roots of the tapioca and cassava plants. You’ll find it at supermarkets and health food stores.

INSTRUCTIONS

Heat a wok or large, deep frying pan over high heat until it just begins to smoke. Add 2 tablespoons of oil and swirl around the pan. Tip in the beef, in batches, and stir-fry until browned, about 2–3 minutes, then remove from the pan.  

Melt the remaining oil in the pan and reduce the heat to medium–high. Add the garlic, bell pepper and choy sum or bok choy (if using) and stir-fry for 2 minutes until just tender. Sprinkle on the pepper and cook for 10 seconds until fragrant, then mix in the honey, vinegar, tamari, water, sesame oil, ginger and tapioca paste and bring to the boil. Add the carrot noodles and cook for another minute. 

Return the beef to the pan and toss with the sauce and veggies. Add the zucchini noodles and the remaining spring onion, gently toss and cook for 1 minute until heated through.  

Place on a large platter or individual plates and serve.

BLACK PEPPER BEEF - By chef Pete Evans

My family loves a Chinese stir-fry as a mid-week cook up. And the best news about my black pepper beef is that it takes only 20 minutes to get it on the table. The amount of crushed black pepper used here may seem like a lot, but it is actually the star of this dish, so don’t skimp on it. 

Pete
 

Prep time: 10 min 

Cook Time: 15 min 

Serves: 4 

Allergens: tamari, sesame

INGREDIENTS

1 ¾ lb tri-tip beef, cut into ¾ inch cubes 

3 tablespoons olive oil or coconut oil (you can also use good quality fat if you like such as, duck fat, lard or tallow) 

3 garlic cloves, finely chopped 

1 bell pepper, seeds removed, roughly chopped  

1 choy sum or bok choy, roughly chopped (optional) 

2½ teaspoons black peppercorns, finely crushed  

3 tablespoons honey  

2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar  

4 tablespoons tamari  

4 tablespoons water 

1 teaspoon sesame oil  

2 teaspoons grated ginger 

2 tablespoons tapioca flour, mixed with 2 tablespoons cold water 

2 carrots, spiralized into thin noodles 

2 zucchini, spiralized into thin noodles

INSTRUCTION

Heat a wok or large, deep frying pan over high heat until it just begins to smoke. Add 2 tablespoons of oil and swirl around the pan. Tip in the beef, in batches, and stir-fry until browned, about 2–3 minutes, then remove from the pan.  

Melt the remaining oil in the pan and reduce the heat to medium–high. Add the garlic, bell pepper and choy sum or bok choy (if using) and stir-fry for 2 minutes until just tender. Sprinkle on the pepper and cook for 10 seconds until fragrant, then mix in the honey, vinegar, tamari, water, sesame oil, ginger and tapioca paste and bring to the boil. Add the carrot noodles and cook for another minute. 

Return the beef to the pan and toss with the sauce and veggies. Add the zucchini noodles and the remaining spring onion, gently toss and cook for 1 minute until heated through.  

Place on a large platter or individual plates and serve.

INSTRUCTIONS

Preheat the oven to 400[Symbol]F. Lightly coat a large baking tray with oil. 

Place the sweet potato wedges in a bowl, add 1 tablespoon of the oil or fat and some sea salt and pepper and mix well. Spread wedges on the prepared tray in a single layer. Bake for 20 minutes, then turn the wedges over and bake for another 20 minutes, or until tender and golden. 

Meanwhile, place the beef strips, lime juice and spices in a non-reactive bowl and season with salt and freshly cracked pepper. Toss the meat until well coated. Cover with plastic wrap and allow to marinate for 15 minutes. 

Heat a frying pan with another 1 tablespoon of the oil over medium-high heat. Add the onion and sauté for 3 minutes or until softened and translucent. Add the bell pepper and continue to sauté for 5 minutes or until slightly softened. 

Add the garlic, and sauté for 30 seconds or until fragrant. Pour in the tomatoes and stir in ¼ cup of water. Reduce the heat to medium-low and simmer for 15 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper. 

Place another frying pan over medium-high heat with the remaining 1 tablespoon of oil. Add the marinated meat strips in batches and sauté for 2 minutes until slightly charred and cooked to medium-rare, or cook to your liking. Add the vegetable sauce and gently mix through to combine. 

To serve, garnish the chili beef fajita with cilantro and serve with sweet potato wedges and lime wedges.

BEEF FAJITA WITH BAKED SWEET POTATO WEDGES - By chef Pete Evans

Serves: 4 

Prep time: 10 – 15 minutes 

Cook time: 40 minutes 

Allergens: chili

INGREDIENTS

2 sweet potatoes (about 1 ½ lb), cut into 1 inch wedges 

3 tablespoons olive oil or coconut oil (you can also use good quality fat if you like, such as duck fat, lard or tallow) 

sea salt and freshly cracked black pepper 

1 lb tri-tip beef, fat and sinew removed and cut into strips 

juice of ½ lime, plus extra to serve 

½ teaspoon ground cumin 

1 teaspoon smoked paprika 

½ teaspoon chipotle powder or chili powder 

1 onion, sliced 

1 bell pepper, deseeded and sliced 

4 cloves garlic, minced 

1 x 14 oz can diced tomato 

Cilantro sprigs and lime wedges, to serve

INSTRUCTION

Preheat the oven to 400[Symbol]F. Lightly coat a large baking tray with oil. 

Place the sweet potato wedges in a bowl, add 1 tablespoon of the oil or fat and some sea salt and pepper and mix well. Spread wedges on the prepared tray in a single layer. Bake for 20 minutes, then turn the wedges over and bake for another 20 minutes, or until tender and golden. 

Meanwhile, place the beef strips, lime juice and spices in a non-reactive bowl and season with salt and freshly cracked pepper. Toss the meat until well coated. Cover with plastic wrap and allow to marinate for 15 minutes. 

Heat a frying pan with another 1 tablespoon of the oil over medium-high heat. Add the onion and sauté for 3 minutes or until softened and translucent. Add the bell pepper and continue to sauté for 5 minutes or until slightly softened. 

Add the garlic, and sauté for 30 seconds or until fragrant. Pour in the tomatoes and stir in ¼ cup of water. Reduce the heat to medium-low and simmer for 15 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper. 

Place another frying pan over medium-high heat with the remaining 1 tablespoon of oil. Add the marinated meat strips in batches and sauté for 2 minutes until slightly charred and cooked to medium-rare, or cook to your liking. Add the vegetable sauce and gently mix through to combine. 

To serve, garnish the chili beef fajita with cilantro and serve with sweet potato wedges and lime wedges.

INSTRUCTIONS

Season the beef with salt and pepper. 

Melt the oil in a large heavy-based saucepan over medium–high heat. 

Add the meat in batches and brown well on all sides, about 5 minutes. Set aside. 

Reduce the heat to medium, add the onion, garlic, ginger, chili and spices to the pan and cook, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes. 

Mix in the browned meat, tomatoes and broth, then add the bay leaves to the stew and season with salt and pepper. 

Bring the stew to the boil, reduce the heat to low and simmer, stirring occasionally, for 2 hours until the meat is very tender. 

Sprinkle the parsley over the stew and serve with cauliflower rice or your favourite side.

CHILI BEEF STEW - By chef Pete Evans

Prep time: 10 min 

Cooking time: 2 hr 40 min 

Serves: 4 – 6

INGREDIENTS

1 ¾ lb Tri-tip beef, cut into 1-inch pieces 

sea salt and freshly ground black pepper 

3 tablespoons olive oil or coconut oil (you can also use good quality fat if you like such as, duck fat, lard or tallow) 

2 onions, chopped 

4 garlic cloves, crushed 

1 tablespoon finely grated ginger 

2 long red chilies, deseeded and chopped (leave the seeds in if you like it spicy) 

1 ½ teaspoons ground cumin 

1 teaspoon chipotle powder or smoked paprika 

pinch of ground cinnamon 

2 x 14 oz cans whole peeled tomatoes, crushed 

2 cups Beef Bone Broth  

2 bay leaves 

1–2 tablespoons chopped flat-leaf parsley leaves 

Cauliflower Rice (see our cauliflower rice recipe), to serve

INSTRUCTION

Season the beef with salt and pepper. 

Melt the oil in a large heavy-based saucepan over medium–high heat. 

Add the meat in batches and brown well on all sides, about 5 minutes. Set aside. 

Reduce the heat to medium, add the onion, garlic, ginger, chili and spices to the pan and cook, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes. 

Mix in the browned meat, tomatoes and broth, then add the bay leaves to the stew and season with salt and pepper. 

Bring the stew to the boil, reduce the heat to low and simmer, stirring occasionally, for 2 hours until the meat is very tender. 

Sprinkle the parsley over the stew and serve with cauliflower rice or your favourite side.

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