Thursday, September 11, 2014

Paleo Chicken Chili Recipe

If you've ever struggled with a diet...I'm willing to bet BOREDOM was a big reason that it failed you. It's not your fault almost all diets suck.
You see, it's easy to get into a rut and start eating the same thing over and over... feel frustrated... and then give up. 
This is even true with the Paleo Diet--easily the hottest diet in the world right now--because it limits nearly all processed foods. 
But you can finally get all the amazing benefits of eating Paleo--including faster fat burning, glowing  skin, unlimited energy, muscle tone, better mood and more--without EVER getting bored.

How? I'm glad you asked! Check out this page: 
This diet solution instantly helps you eliminate the #1 roadblock that stops many people from using - or sticking to - a fat burning Paleo diet... 
On that page, you'll read some GREAT news...including how there's actually an ENDLESS variety of rich, mouth-watering Paleo meals you can eat...
But that's ONLY true if you have the right recipes and food prep skills... which you'll get inside this new cookbook. So check it out. 
I'm good friends with David, Clark (we did an AWESOME podcast!), and the guys who run that Paleo community and helped put this book together--I assure you, they are the real deal and this book truly delivers. 
In fact, let me share a delicious recipe I had recently and found in the book.  
It's so good you could - and might want to - eat this for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Seriously. Here it is:
Marinara Chili
1 Tablespoon raw, certified organic, extra virgin coconut oil
2 Pounds ground beef (or other ground meat of choice)
1 Organic onion, chopped
2-3 cloves organic garlic
1 jar of organic Marinara sauce  (or make it yourself)
Diced organic tomatoes
2.5 teaspoons organic cumin
2-3 teaspoons organic chili powder
1-2 teaspoons organic thyme leaves
2 teaspoons Celtic sea salt
A couple of Serrano peppers (or jalapenos, or Anaheim peppers)
1. Sauté onions & garlic until they are browned
2. Add the meat, chili powder, thyme, and cumin
3. Stir mixture in pan or pot
4. Pour in marinara sauce, add tomatoes, peppers, and salt. Mix.
5. Simmer for at least an hour
This chili is delicious - some tips:
1. I like adding in more salt, I've found the saltier it is the better it tastes. But that's just me.

2. I like putting the Serrano peppers in a food processor to almost puree them, and then mix them in. Tastes amazing.

3. We use Marinara sauce instead of salsa - we were experimenting one day and it was amazing. Haven't gone back.
If you ever want to impress someone - this is the recipe to use.
Don't like Chili? Or just want more ideas? 
I've got just the thing.  
Talk soon, 

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

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