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Prosciutto Perfection

I recently remembered another great Everyday Paleo recipe to share with you.  This is a really easy recipe which uses a bacon-like meat, prosciutto.  I purchase a 1/4″ to 1/2″ thick slice in the deli for this recipe.  You could add a little leftover bacon also.  I served mine with Bacon Brussel Sprouts instead of the parsnips.  Here is the recipe from the Everyday Paleo blog:

Prosciutto Perfection

3 oz prosciutto, diced

4 already cooked chicken breasts, diced

2 leeks, trimmed and diced

1 bunch kale, diced

2 tablespoons coconut oil

1/2 tablespoon balsamic vinegar

Black pepper and garlic powder to taste

3 parsnips

Peel the parsnips and cut into chunks.  Place in your pressure cooker with a cup of water, bring to pressure and cook for 7 minutes.  If you do not have a pressure cooker, hurry up and get one; or you can steam the cut up parsnips for 10-15 minutes. While the parsnips are cooking, dice your meat and veggies.  Heat the coconut oil in a large skillet and add the diced leeks.  Cook until the leeks start to brown, add the diced prosciutto and cook for another 4-5 minutes.  Add the kale and saute until the kale is wilted.  Add the chicken, balsamic vinegar, garlic powder and black pepper.  Saute for another 3-4 minutes.   Remove the parsnips from the pressure cooker and mash.  Serve the stir fry over the mashed parsnips.


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