Mexican Skillet

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This AIP Mexican Skillet recipe is super flexible and offers your family a lot of dinner options. It’s a great base to serve a bunch of people with different tastes and diet needs. You can serve this skillet with a bunch of AIP toppings to make an AIP Taco Bowl, but you can also serve non-AIP toppings like a poached egg, cheese or store-bought tortillas.

Here are a few AIP topping options

If you like this recipe, try these other AIP Mexican dishes.

AIP Mexican Skillet
 
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Serves: 4
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Add olive oil to skillet over medium high heat.
  2. Next add the onion and cook until translucent. Next add the sweet potato and cook for another 3 minutes.
  3. Then add the ground meat and sprinkle the taco seasonings and salt over the meat. Cook about 10 minutes or until the ground meat is no longer pink and the potato is cooked through and golden on the outside.
  4. Once finished cooking, serve with your favorite toppings.
Notes
I have three options for salsa: Mango Papaya, Strawberry and Apple.
You can either make your own tortillas or use Siete tortillas. Just make sure you read the ingredients and get the AIP-friendly ones.

 

About Beth Chen

Beth is mama to a beautiful boy, a self-taught cook and photographer. After becoming ill, Beth found the AIP diet and used it to help find stability in her health. She’s turned her passion for food, photography and healthy living into a blog called bonaippetit.com. The purpose behind the blog was to make switching to the AIP lifestyle less intimidating and more delicious. Just because you have food restrictions, doesn’t mean that your food needs to taste like it. Besides the kitchen, her favorite place is her backyard where she chases her kiddo and is attempting to turn her black thumb green. Beth lives in San Diego with her husband and son.

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