This dish is a cracker. Very nourishing for brain & body.
It is still possible to eat “great Primed food” and exercise AND be a sick type 2 diabetic.
The Primed lifestyle is about doing all you can to ensure this does not happen. Food is important but DEFINITELY not the most important factor on your path to optimal health and happiness.
- Fresh prawns
- Onion and garlic
- Bagna Caude sauce with recipe here
- Bagna Caude sauce is simply a combination of olive oil, grass fed butter, mashed anchovies and roaster / shaved garlic
- Bok choy
- Okra (optional)
- Pepper and Himalayan salt (or sea salt)
- Clean and steam your broccoli and bok choy
- Clean and wash your prawns
- Chop and saute your garlic and onions in your Bagna Caude sauce
- Have your Bagna Caude sauce on hand. is simply melted butter with olive oil, anchovies mashed together with grated garlic or roasted garlic
- Add your prawns to your Bagna Caude sauce sauteed onion and garlic
- Allow to cook for a minute or so on medium heat whilst flipping the prawns over so they cook on both side.
- Add your steamed broccoli and allow to warm for a minute and stir in.
- Lastly, add your steamed bok choy.
- Turn heat off. Stir in ingredients so the ingredients are coated with the Bagna Caude sauce, onions and garlic.
- You can put a pizza tray or oven dish on top of pan to allow ingredients to warm and cook further.
- Transfer to serving bowl when ready to serve.
- Or serve individually in bowls. No need for rice unless you wish to lessen the nutrient density of your meal. Some can add rice. Most cannot. Once Primed you learn the context mentioned above.
- This dish rocks.
- I also made Primed Sweet Potato patties whilst making this dish.
- This dish was also delicious served chilled the following day.