Roasting your own red peppers is a simple task! Once they’re done, you can whip together this Roasted Red Pepper Relish and serve it over so many things.
Sometimes you just need a little something extra to spice up a bland meat. The bottled versions in the store typically have an ingredient or two or three or more that you don't want to consume. That's when it's time to jump in the kitchen and make your own Paleo Condiments. Most are not hard to do and are typically not too time consuming. If there's a condiment missing below that you'd like us to make, let us know.
Prepare this simple dairy-free paleo pesto then follow my suggestions for making a variety of different versions. Serve this pesto as a sauce or condiment.
Upgrade your dinner tonight with this Lemon Pepper Paleo Green Sauce.
Liven up any weeknight meal by topping it off with this Sweet and Spicy Paleo Salsa.
Store-bought BBQ sauce can have questionable ingredients. Know what’s in your food by making your own Paleo BBQ sauce at home.
Store bought jam is loaded with high fructose corn syrup. This Paleo Strawberry Jam doesn’t even need a sweetener.
Have the best of the Mediterranean at home with this Paleo version of a classic Greek sauce.
Harissa is a spicy paste used to liven up a dish. If you’re looking for a Paleo condiment you can easily make at home, try my Homemade Harissa.
Build big muscles by whipping up a batch of Paleo Mayo by hand. Add homemade mayonnaise to your weekend prepping ritual.
Add this Spicy Paleo Garlic Aioli recipe to your bag-o-tricks and you’ll have a new go-to Paleo condiment to spice any protein.
Pomegranate Mint Paleo Relish is one delicious recipe to add to your repertoire of Paleo condiments.
Don’t be afraid to make your own Paleo dressing. Once you try this Louisiana Sauce, you’ll want to put it on everything.