This 15-minute dinner is a new discovery! Today I ran across 2 wild halibut fillets while cleaning out the freezer. Oh boy! Pecan crusted fish is easy to make, mouth-watering, and highly nutritious. A simple home-cooked meal often tastes better than any of those fancy restaurants, plus it’s Paleo and wild! The dry onion flakes add a zing of flavor – find them in the bulk section of most healthy groceries. I served it with a fermented veggie salad. The final garnish was a drizzle of fish oil on top of the cooked halibut, for a tasty dose of healthy
Delicata squash is a satisfying, nourishing meal, and the hollow center is perfect for stuffing. Even better, you can eat the skin! Here’s an easy breakfast, lunch or dinner that’s perfect for the fall season. Add herbs and spices to vary it as you like. Serves 2. Print Baked Egg in Squash with Bacon Rating: 51 Ingredients 1 medium delicata squash 1 green onion, diced 2 tablespoons Vegan Cream Cheese, or goat cheese 1 tablespoon teaspoons cooked bacon 2 large eggs Instructions Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a small baking tray or dish with parchment paper. Slice the squash
Here’s a delicious meal you can make in 5 minutes flat. Salmon with Garlicky Greens is a tasty, nutritious breakfast, lunch or dinner. It’s so easy! While the salmon steams for 4 minutes, saute the greens, and serve! Today I used fresh Rapini greens and sunflower sprouts. Use your favorite leafy greens, such as nutrient-dense kale, turnip greens, beet tops, chard, lentil sprouts, etc. For maximum minerals and Omega 3′s, make sure your salmon is wild. This Paleo – Vegan recipe uses a sprinkle of dairy-free “Parmesan cheese” which is simply nutritional yeast and lemon juice. It’s optional and totally
Today I was in the mood for authentic Paella with rich spices and exotic saffron sauce! This cauliflower version is easy, Paleo, grain-free, and extremely low in carbs. Traditional Spanish Paella is usually made with rice, chicken, meat, seafood, and saffron. It makes a fantastic special dinner – see my step by step photos below. I slow-baked it in the oven before serving, or you can also cook it on the stove top. If your pan isn’t oven-proof, just transfer it to a large baking pan. Many Paella recipes use shrimp. However I prefer fresh wild scallops, since farmed shellfish
These luscious rolled salmon crepes taste so delectable, with a rich, creamy sauce. You can use my easy Paleo Crepes recipe, or even prepare them ahead of time and freeze. This recipe is Paleo, gluten-free and dairy-free, made with coconut or almond milk. To make them I prepared the crepes, steamed the salmon, heated the cream sauce, filled the crepes, baked and served. It sounds like a lot of steps, but each one is quick, and the reward is so worth it! I suggest wild salmon as it is higher in Omega-3′s and lower in toxic chemicals than farmed salmon.
This zesty Asian-style salad is loaded with salmon flavor and omega-3 nutrition. Steaming is a quick and gentle way of cooking salmon that retains enzymes and never exceeds boiling 212°F. Serve this salad warm or cold, either as a lunch or a light main meal. The creamy sesame dressing is made with natural chicory root sweetener, which has zero calories and does not raise blood sugar levels. Fennel has a delicious flavor that compliments salmon, avocado and crunchy almonds. Optional kelp granules, my favorite green superfood algae, add an interesting flavor and big health benefits. Serves 4 Print Wild Salmon Salad
This wild salmon spread is simply awesome. You’ll want to put it on everything. I love it on crackers or raw vegetables. It tastes just as satisfying as cream cheese, however it is dairy-free, made with coconut butter and lemon. Steaming is my favorite way to cook salmon, as it is quicker and gentler than baking since the temperature never exceeds 212°F. This luscious spread is so easy to make – just steam the salmon, blend the creme cheese, stir in the salmon, and serve. Makes 1 1/2 cups spread. Print Wild Salmon Creme Cheese Spread Total Time: 20 minutes Ingredients 1/2 cup wild salmon
Here’s a quick and easy way to make incredulicious maple glazed salmon. The sauce is mildly sweet with a pungent kick. Most barbeque sauces are high in carbs and sugars. Instead, this recipe uses zero-carb Just Like Sugar Table Top natural chicory root sweetener. Or use your favorite sweetener. It creates a sweet glaze that is simply delicious and gives your blood sugar a break. I baked wild salmon in the oven, as it is quick and avoids carcinogens of outdoor barbecues. The recipe contains no high-carb maple syrup, and instead uses maple flavoring. It contains no tomatoes or peppers, so it is