Sunday, 5 January 2014

Magical Multipurpose Paleo Dough Recipe by Primal Girl - Things I like to make

I am so glad to finally have my blog up so I can post in detail this amazing find! ok, so it was over 8 months ago when I first found it, but I still use the dough regularly! 

Primal Girl's Magical Multipurpose Paleo Dough is so versatile, with two options (paleo or primal). I have used it as a pizza base & crackers and even made pizza pockets. It's great as you can make a large batch and freeze the dough into portions until needed. My kids love them. The recipe costs $3.95 and it was worth it for me. There are many variations from rolls to tortillas, pizza bases & crackers in a very well presented pdf.


[UPDATE: Over 2 years later and we are still using this dough, new pics added below :)]



Magical Multipurpose Paleo Dough Recipe by Primal Girl - Things I like to make
I made tortillas with the dough to have with my Honey Shredded Beef & Probiotic Rich Guacamole
These are the tortillas I make with the dough. Bake them in the oven for 4 mins at 200c degrees (390f), keep them covered or in a container until you need them. Pan fry with oil or fat of choice then sprinkle some salt on before serving. I have them here with my Honey Shredded Beef & Probiotic Rich Guacamole. It is seriously tasty. This is why I always keep a big batch in my freezer.
Magical Multipurpose Paleo Dough Recipe by Primal Girl - Things I like to make
These tortillas are great, pop them in the oven for 4 mins and keep them covered until needed.
Fry them up in the pan and sprinkle some salt before serving.
For mini pizzas, just roll them out a little thicker than the tortillas, add home made tomato sauce and your favourite toppings. In the oven for around 14 minutes at 200c degrees (390f).
Magical Multipurpose Paleo Dough Recipe by Primal Girl
Mini Olive pizzas - this picture was added April 2016.
I'm still using this dough after more than 2 years since purchasing the recipe!
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For Pizza pockets, you can make them the night before and pop them in the oven in the morning for breakfast. I used the Paleo dough version for these pockets as I added some cheese in the filling, this was real simple to make just by rolling balls of dough about 4 cms (1/12 inch) in diameter, flatten slightly and made a thumbprint, add the fillings then carefully close the ball up. Bake for about 14mins at 200c degrees (390f)

Magical Multipurpose Paleo Dough Recipe by Primal Girl - Things I like to make
Pizza Pockets - Yes it's real, you can make pizza pockets paleo (cheese or no cheese!)

Magical Multipurpose Paleo Dough Recipe by Primal Girl - Things I like to make
To make the pizza pockets, roll in a small ball (about 1.5 inch wide) and make a thumbprint to add your ingredients, gently close the dough over the ingredients

Below is an old pic from 2014 taken with my iPhone, before my blogging started.

Magical Multipurpose Paleo Dough Recipe by Primal Girl

I also made these Zaatar Pizza's using the primal dough which I pack in my kids lunch box for recess.  I make my own Zaatar mix with sumac, oregano, thyme, marjoram, toasted sesame & salt

Magical Multipurpose Paleo Dough Recipe by Primal Girl

And these are another favourite treat using the paleo dough, Cinnamon & honey sesame balls

Magical Multipurpose Paleo Dough Recipe by Primal Girl

You can get the recipe in the link below, which will include the Paleo version & Primal version of the dough. My favourite is the Paleo version, which I make in bulk and freeze in small portions. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!


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 Magical Multipurpose Paleo Dough Recipe by Primal Girl - Things I like to make
One last picture because this was so incredibly yummy! Honey Shredded Beef & Probiotic Rich Guacamole




2 comments:

  1. This is fantastic! I am definitely buying this! But I want your honey sesame balls recipe too! xx

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    1. Thanks Monique :) I used the paleo dough version. Roll the dough into balls about 3cm in diameter, slightly flatten and then make a thumbprint, add 1/2 to 1 tsp of honey or sweetener of choice, a sprinkling of cinnamon and gently close the ball up. Roll in some sesame seeds then bake in a preheated oven at about 225C degrees (I used an electric oven with top & bottom element on to help with the browning). Tahini & honey would also be amazing as a filling! x

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