This paleo beef stir fry is one of my favorite recipes because, although it takes quite a bit of prep cooking by doubling this recipe up, we have a great dinner that night and tasty lunches for the rest of the week. It’s full of great for your microbiome veggies and is great for those who can’t digest raw veggies well (me!). The inclusion of turmeric also helps lower inflammation which I’m all over.
Please note that this recipe is doubled up as it is so if you want less make sure to halve the recipe. Let me know what you guys think of my paleo beef stir fry! After your first time trying out this recipe you’ll see you can add pretty much whatever veggies you want so it’s great for using up the last of your veggie boxes if you’re part of a CSA or just got caught up in a sale at Whole Foods!
Delicious Paleo Beef Stir Fry
A paleo stir fry jammed pack with delicious and good for you veggies that will make for great lunches for the rest of the week.
- 1-2 tbsp coconut oil
- 2 medium-sized red onions
- 6-8 ribs celery
- 1 head cauliflower chopped
- 1 head medium-sized head of broccoli
- 6 sticks large carrots or 1 bag of baby carrots
- 2 lbs ground beef cleanest meat you can get
- 2 tsps ground sage
- 2 tsps pink himalayan sea salt
- 2 tsps pepper
- 2 tsps turmeric
- 2 tsps thyme
This is a doubled up recipe so if you want you can cut it in half, but my boyfriend and I love doubling this baby up so that we have dinner for that night and then lunches for the rest of the week. I start by cutting up the carrots, onions, celery, cauliflower and broccoli so they're ready to be thrown in when the time comes.
Since we make such large servings we typically split up the cooking with the onions and ground beef in a pan and all the rest of the veggies in our wok. You can also use another pan, but woks are nice if you have a flame stove-top.
I split a tablespoon of coconut oil between both pans and start cooking the meat and veggies. As the ground beef is cooking in the pan with the onions make sure to break it up so it cooks evenly.
Then add in those delicious spices because we all know spices make or break a meal!
When ground beef is fully cooked and your cauliflower and broccoli are tender to your liking you can move the ground beef into the wok and stir into it.
Once completely mixed in you can serve and enjoy!