Extreme Diet Survival: One Pan Meals

Here’s another quick, satisfying main dish that meets the criteria of gluten-free, dairy-free, completely sugar-free,  and no simple carbs for those requiring an Extreme Diet.

One Pan Meal

High heat cooking oil:  Avocado, coconut, grapeseed.  Use olive oil if you can have it.

1/8 c. chopped onions ( I use red onions that I keep in a freezer bag in the freezer and pull out what I need.)

1/2 to 1 bag of pre-chopped coleslaw mix from the grocery store.

8+ oz. pre-cooked meat (canned chicken or tuna works in a pinch).

Celtic or sea salt and white pepper to taste.

1/2 C. Low Salt Organic Chicken Stock

Mild herbs such as marjoram or whatever you like.

Chopped nuts for added protein, topping and crunch.

Optional:  about 1/2 t. chili powder or 3 T. Mrs. Braggs Liquid Aminos (omit salt).

Big bowl and fork!

Coat the bottom of a large frying pan with a few tablespoons of really good oil and heat slightly:

Add onions and begin to sauté for about a minute (less if you like your onions more potent).

Add coleslaw and continue to sauté.  Add chicken stock and cook until slightly soft.  This makes it easier to digest.  Less cooking time preserves the enzymes.

Toss in the cooked meat, herbs, seasonings to warm them and combine flavors.

Transfer to a big bowl and enjoy garnished with chopped nuts.

Note:  if this is too much, share with a friend or keep for later.  It does get soggy after a few hours so add more nuts for crunch!

Want more stuff?  Check out the “Pages” Section in the right hand column and the link entitled:  Extreme Diet Survival Strategies for general tips and menu ideas.  :J

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