Wild Alaskan Halibut comes from the deep waters off of the Alaska coast. It has a snowy white, firm, and flaky flesh that tastes slightly sweet. This pungent sauce adds a zesty flavor to the mild fish. Steaming is a gentle, low-temperature way to cook fish, and takes just 2-4 minutes
My favorite Thai appetizer, Mieng Kum, is a symphony of flavors that tantalize the taste buds, with every known flavor in each bite: sweet, pungent, sour, salty, and spicy. Easy to prepare, this Paleo version makes a healthy lunch or a beautiful appetizer for gatherings. Vary the recipe according to your taste
Many of my clients ask me for easy lunches for one person. Here is my lunch today – delicious! This Japanese-inspired salad is super-quick, satisfying, high protein, low-carb, and zero sugar. Wild Alaskan salmon is a rich source of protein, vitamins, and minerals, and the ratio of omega-3 to omega-6
When I want a healthy meal in a minute, I grab a seaweed wrap. Seaweed is a superfood loaded with healthy Vitamins B12, C, D, E and K. It is rich in minerals such as potassium, selenium, calcium, iodine, magnesium, and potassium.
This 15-minute dinner is a new discovery! Today I found gorgeous wild halibut at my local grocery. 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,
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 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
These luscious rolled salmon crepes taste so delectable, with a rich, creamy sauce. You can use my easy Paleo Crepes recipe, or prepare them ahead of time and freeze. This recipe is Paleo, gluten-free and dairy-free, made with coconut or almond
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