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Steak and Kidney Pie (Paleo, AIP)

Steak and Kidney Pie (Paleo, AIP)

Steak and kidney pie is a delicious, warming dish perfect for winter. This crust will knock your socks off as it is the perfect pot-pie style recipe, totally Paleo and AIP. The filling is rich and delicious and you won't even know you're eating offal! Learn more about beef kidney nutrition too. 

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Slow-Cooker Cuban Picadillo (with hidden, heart, liver, and kidney)

Slow-Cooker Cuban Picadillo (with hidden, heart, liver, and kidney)

 

Picadillo is a spiced ground beef and vegetable hash and is a traditional dish in Spain, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Cuba, and, interestingly, the Philippines. This recipe is for the Cuban style and sneaks in a healthy dose of grass-fed beef organ meats! It is so flavorful and well-spiced that you can't even tell the heart, liver, and kidney hidden alongside the ground beef.

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