How This Nourishes Your Body
I am so excited to share a series of three recipes using Primal Kitchen’s line of dressings, and mayo! Finding quality products to cook with is challenging. Premade dressings and sauces are the worst in terms of ingredients and preservatives, even in health food stores! Primal Kitchen’s products have been a life savor in the kitchen for me, and have made throwing together meals fast and incredibly delicious.
I love Primal Kitchen’s line because their products contain healing oils, fats, and spices. Most dressings and sauces on the shelves today contain toxic canola and soybean vegetable oils, toxic preservatives, and questionable add in ingredients. A truly pure, and well-sourced brand is hard to come by!
These paleo stuffed mushrooms have become one of my go-to crowd-pleasing appetizer or side dish. They are incredibly easy to make, and have a mouth-watering flavor.
In this recipe I use Primal Kitchens Chipotle Mayo. This has become one of my favorite cooking products because it makes almost any meal gourmet, with very little effort. Trust me, it tastes absolutely amazing. It can be used for limitless possibilities including on meats, fish, poultry, dips, dressings, veggies, salads. When I want to make any meal taste better, I throw this chipotle mayo right on it.
More importantly, this mayo has incredibly high-quality ingredients and is actually good for the body. Like I mentioned before, most mayo’s are filled with canola and soybean oil, toxic preservatives, and factory farmed, inflammation causing eggs. This mayo however, is made with avocado oil, organic ingredients, and cage free eggs. It is a win-win situation all around. The ingredients include:
The ingredients in this mayo include:
- Avocado oil
- Cage-free eggs
- Organic egg yolks
- Organic lime juice
- Chipotle powder
- Organic chives
- Organic rosemary extract
Being filled with healing fats and spices- this mayo makes the perfect addition to anyone interested in a health-conscious lifestyle, that also appreciates good food.
- Preheat oven to 375° Place the stemmed mushrooms on a baking sheet.
- Sauté the onion and sausage until the sausage is cooked through.
- Once the sausage is cooked through, remove from the heat and stir in the mayo.
- Spoon the filling into the mushroom caps
- Bake for around 20-25 minutes, or until the stuffing starts to brown nicely along with the mushrooms.