Paleo diet is the amazing approach to keep you healthy and fit. Here is the tasty and easy paleo diet recipe, paleo Irish stew. Whether you are Irish or you love to eat Irish foods or you want to celebrate the festival with your friends this dish will be perfect. This colorful Paleo Irish stew dish is powerfully packed with nutrients that will help you to keep yourself energetic ad fuller for a long time.
Normally Paleo dishes are powerfully packed with all the necessary nutrients. Especially this dish is made with more ingredients and the cooking time is very less. This is the perfect dish for those who love to have different types of food and at the same time very conscious about health. Try this amazing Paleo Irish stew recipe to rock your party.
- Grass-fed beef rump roast- 1 3-3/1/2 pound
- Garlic cloves- 3-4 finely chopped
- Extra virgin olive oil- 1 tbsp
- Freshly ground black pepper
- Yellow onion chopped -1
- Freshly minced garlic- 2 cloves
- extra virgin olive oil – 2tbsp
- unsalted beef bone broth- 32 ounces
- sulfite free red wine- ¼ cup
- carrots- 4
- celery -4 stalks
- parsnip- 1 medium size
- cabbage- 2 cups
- fresh kale leaves- 2 cups
- fresh Parsley- 1 bunch
- fresh rosemary- 2 springs
- fresh thyme leaves- 3
- bay leaves-2
Prepare the beef roast in preheated oven to 375 degrees F at normal room temperature. Pat the roast with the paper towel to make it dry. Cut the roast into small incisions then tuck the chopped garlic into the each cut. Rub olive oil all over the roast and sprinkle black peppers all over the roast. Place the roast in the shallow roasting pan and roast it for 30 minutes. Reduce the oven temperature to 225 degrees while roasting the beef.
If necessary roast the beef for another 1 to 1 ½ hour at 135 degree. Then slice the meat and keep the bone separate. Now place the remaining bones into the slow cooker. Heat and medium sized pan and add 2 tbsp of olive oil add onions and garlic. Sauté it well until it gets tender. Now add the beef, bone broth, vinegar, carrots, celery, yam, wine, and parsnip. Cover the lid and cook it over the low heat for at least 2 hours. Your Paleo Irish stew is ready to eat.