• Picadillo Recipe

    Picadillo

    This is a recipe for picadillo, and you can use ground beef, pork, turkey, or even chicken, depending on your taste and what you have around. It has a great flavor and is flexible enough to withstand ingredient alterations, if you get my drift (Out of cilantro? It will still taste delicious).

    Picadillo goes great in tacos, wraps, in sandwich rolls, on top of cooked grains, cauliflower, roasted veggies, or by itself with a spoonful of yogurt on top and a bed of lettuce below.

     
     
    Posted in Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, Paleo, SCD  |  4 Comments
     
     

    4 Responses to Picadillo Recipe

    1. judy says:

      thanks! this is really good. i made it 1st with (organic) ground turkey, whole jalapeno + an anaheim chili-ate it on lettuce w/ torts on the side. it was perfect on a drizzly evening. tomorrow, we’ll have leftovers mixed with spaghetti, or in chicken broth for a soup?

    2. Erica says:

      Judy, you’re making me hungry 🙂

    3. Claire Patty says:

      My Mom had been in the hospital for the past few days because of a severe migraine, so I’ve been the woman of the house while she’s been gone! I am always on the hunt for easy recipes that are versatile and can feed the family when Mom is gone. Thank you so much for this recipe! It was great! I made it in the morning, and plan on taking it along with some corn tortillas to a gluten-laiden birthday party, so that I have something to eat. I’m so thankful for bloggers like you who help me when I’m in a pinch or don’t have time to be the “mom” of the house! This recipe is delicious and super easy. It’ll be a staple for times when my mom is gone from now on. 🙂

      Claire

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