Happy new year! For many, January is the time to begin a new diet. Here are the best Asian recipes that are naturally whole 30 and so easy to prepare too.
Whole30 Diet in an all natural nutshell
For 30 days, do not eat or drink the following:
The idea is to reset your body of any toxins by eliminating “toxic” foods that are common allergens or may be giving you problems.
After 30 days, you can slowly reintroduce these foods, one by one, to see if your body likes or doesn’t like them.
For more information on this diet invented by two sports nutritionists, check out their book or website.
I’m not one to restrict calories or any type of food, but I like the whole30 diet because it is only 30 days.
These are some of my all time favorite dishes. They happen to fit the Whole30 diet too.
Whole30 Seafood Recipes
#1 Hawaiian Poke
If you like raw fish, this Hawaiian poke for you. While many preparations add soy sauce, which is a definite no no in the Whole30 world, this one does not.
#2 Hamachi Crudo
If you like raw fish but want something even simpler, hamachi crudo must be the easiest preparation of them all.
No soy sauce or rice needed either.
#3 Thai Curry Mussels
Thai curry sauces with coconut milk often have a bit of sugar added to them.
Eliminate the sugar, and you still have a great curry and wholesome meal.
#4 Filipino Cioppino
Fresh seafood simmered in a naturally sweet coconut broth would please so many diets.
No extra sugar in this recipe for a Filipino version of cioppino, just fish sauce and some veggies.
#5 The Best Ceviche
There is ceviche, and then there is the best ceviche.
A few additional all natural ingredients amp up the standard lime juice and salt on a regular ceviche.
Whole30 Pork recipe
#6 Kimchi Pork Stir Fry
The combination of kimchi and pork comes together in a glorious Korean stir fry.
Just make sure the kimchi does not have any added sugar, and use the best, organic pork you can find.
Whole30 Chicken recipes
#7 Lemon Chicken Wings
There are just 3 ingredients needed on these little wings of joy.
The skin gets very crispy in an air fryer, but you can also make than in a standard oven.
#8 Buffalo Wings
If you like your wings with a little spice, try them with a no sugar added hot sauce, instead of sriracha sauce.
#9 Egg Drop Soup
Just eggs and an all natural chicken broth.
Cornstarch is usually added as a thickener, but you can substitute with potato starch.
#10 Corn Potage
Whole30 Vegetables & Side Dishes
#11 Homemade Kimchi
#12 Smashed Cucumbers
#13 Five Minute Bean Sprouts
#14 Sesame Spinach
#15 Purple sweet potato mash
#17 Date Balls
While dried fruit is allowed on the diet, eating copious quantities of them is not recommended while on the diet.
If you do need a sweet treat, these date truffles should be eaten sparingly.
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