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New Paleo Recipe – “Creamy” Chicken Tomato Crockpot Soup – Pimping The Beast

I am catching up on ‘Pimping The Beast’ posts.  I don’t know why I didn’t post this on time, I have had a bunch of Posts sitting in my Drafts waiting to be published.

Anywho,

Catching you up,

Here is the first of many ‘Paleo’ recipes I have to share with you.

Now because it is freeking cold here in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, with it being Winter and all, I got myself motivated to get my ‘Soup’ on!

If I were committing to a Primal diet, then I would hitting up creamy soups that really scream ‘Hot fires, winter woolys and blankets covering those knees’.  However, for a Paleo diet, there is no such thing as cream(from a cow) (quietly boo’ing).

Instead I have come across this wee number, it had the word ‘Creamy’ in the title, so as you could imagine, I was all over it.

I have had it twice, and I really enjoy it!  But while it tastes of creamy goodness, it doesn’t really have a creamy texture.

Other than that, it is a keeper on my list of paleo awesomeness!

It looks a bit rough, and the coconut cream can become curdled, so I add it 5 or so minutes before eating time.  But if the curdled look doesn’t bother you, just follow the method as mentioned.

Super cheap too!

I found the recipe on everydaypaleo.com.

“Creamy” Chicken Tomato Soup

 

6oo grams skinless boneless chicken breast
Garlic salt to taste
2 tablespoons Italian Seasoning
1 tablespoon dried basil
1 clove garlic
410ml can of coconut milk (full fat)
400g. can diced tomatoes and juice
1 cup of chicken stock
Sea Salt and pepper to taste

Put all the above ingredients into the crock-pot, cook for 9 hours on low. After 9 hours take two forks and shred the chicken, set the crock-pot on warm till ready to serve (making sure to taste it before serving to make sure there is enough salt and pepper)

I think, even if you are not following a paleo diet, this one is a goody, it is good on the pocket and on the figure!

At roughly 6 servings this works out to be approximately 208 Cals per serve.

Jay 🙂