One dish that I made is steamed eggs. It is incredibly easy to prepare and you can season or garnish it any way you like.
There are only 2 ingredients - eggs and water (or broth). The ratio of eggs to liquids is 1:1, say one bowl of eggs to one bowl of water/broth. For my liquids, I used bone broth.
To measure the volume of eggs and liquids, I used my glass cup.
Then pour into a heatproof bowl and steam for about 12 minutes or until the mixture is firmed up. I test by jiggling the container. If it is still liquid, continue to steam a little longer until cooked.
If you are a strict carnivore, you can just sprinkle some salt to taste (or add salt to the mixture before steaming) or eat the steamed eggs plain. I have done that before and it tastes pretty good.
Since I am a very relaxed carnivore, I chose to top the steamed eggs with light soy sauce, sesame oil, fried shallots and spring onions.
Soy sauce is frowned upon in the carnivore space as it is said to be inflammatory. However, I am Asian, my ancestors have been consuming soy sauce for thousand of years and I do not react negatively when ingesting soy sauce. So I believe I am genetically adapted to consume soy sauce. Hah!
For the recipe and method, you can watch Bella's Youtube video here :
Ever since making this steamed egg and loving it, it graces my dining table very frequently.
In fact yesterday evening, I had it as part of my dinner (in front of the TV, bad habit). Halfway through, I remembered I had some crispy pork lard in the fridge.