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November 16, 2012

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During this Paleo potluck, Juli Bauer demonstrates how to cook creamy chicken casserole.

“(I am) showing people how to make an easy Paleo meal and make it delicious,” says Bauer, who runs

The ingredients: broccoli, cauliflower, olive oil, chicken thighs, garlic, white onion, vegetable broth, coconut milk, salt, pepper and mushrooms.

Bauer begins by roasting bite-sized pieces of broccoli and cauliflower in the oven at 400 F for 15 to 20 minutes.

“I’m trying to get a little bit of a char on them almost … . It gets it a little bit crisp because I’m going to put a sauce on it,” she explains.

Next she sears 3 lb. of chicken and begins the sauce with two minced garlic cloves, olive oil, diced onion, vegetable broth and two cans of coconut milk, adding salt and pepper to taste. Afterward, she dumps the sauce on top of the chicken and vegetables, adds mushrooms and cooks it all at 400 F for 15 minutes.

“I’ll let it sit so then the coconut milk can … soak up into the vegetables and the chicken, and then you can just kind of mash it around,” Bauer says.

Video by Again Faster.

7min 12sec

HD file size: 169 MB
SD wmv file size: 86 MB
SD mov file size: 39 MB

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Additional reading: Paleo Potluck by E.M. Burton, published April 1, 2012.

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3 Comments on “Cooking Creamy Chicken Casserole”


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MBS CrossFit and Project Jacked, Holla! Way to represent, this a great way to introduce a nutrition challenge to our affiliate! Juli Bauer is a genius of Paleo recipes, check out her site and bring her to your next nutrition challenge kick off.


wrote …

made this the other night with leftover turkey that i roasted over the was a hit!


wrote …

Not bad, but I used too much coconut milk...I'll make it creamier and less runny next time...also forgot to season the meat...derp.

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