Did you know that salmon is one of the most nutrient-dense foods you can eat? So not only is it a delicious fish – it’s a great go to protein for a healthy meal. This recipe by Paleo Leap is the perfect balance of feeling fancy and decadent while being very simple and easy to make. Plus the combination of the orange with the salmon is one of my favorites. Add in that Rosemary and you are set to go!
I went most of my life never having tried a crab cake. In fact I didn’t even know that something like a crab cake existed. Then one day I happened to be watching a food channel special all about crab cakes. I was hooked. Just the thought of them made me want them – luckily I happened to be going to the coast the next week and made sure to order some up. So. Delicious. I then went in search of some easy and delicious recipes for Paleo versions of crab cakes that I could make at home. One of my favorites is this awesome recipe by Paleohacks.
I love a good fish dish and this is by far one of my favorites. Paleo Leap has combined the delicious savory taste of salmon with the salty crunch of pistachios. This recipe is so simple to make and so delicious it has become a family favorite and one that is on top of our list. If you are looking for a great healthy recipe that is delicious and easy to make then look no further!
There is something special about a good fish dish – I always feel like I am treating myself when I cook with a delicious fish like salmon. Because I feel like I’m treating myself I want to make sure and treat the ingredient well. Paleo Leap has put together an amazing recipe for grilled salmon and avocado sauce. The combination of the salmon with the delicious avocado sauce always leaves me wanting more.
I love a good simple recipe that is filled with healthy fats and veggies and is completely delicious. One of my favorite meals to cook up are salmon cakes – for some reasont hey make me feel like I’m having a fancy meal… and a cheat meal at that – when in reality I’m not! A healthy Life for Me has a great recipe put together for some delicious salmon cakes loaded with healthy omega 3’s and loads of veggies. They are so delicious.
Growing up I lived in a home that never really saw any type of fish hit the dinner table unless it was fish sticks from a box. I know, right? Due to this I always thought I didn’t like fish… oh how wrong I was. Obviously as I got older and started to take control over my own meals I realized what I had been missing out on. There is something about seafood that is so rich and refreshing. Here are a few of our most favorite Paleo seafood dishes.
1. Paleo Coconut Shrimp with Pina Colada Dipping Sauce
I feel like I don’t even need to say anything about this recipe – the name says it all. Hello! Delisious. Find the recipe here.
2. Paleo Fish Sticks.
Remember those frozen from a box fish sticks I talked about? These taste nothing like those… these are delicious, healthy, and so so easy to make. The best part? Your kids will love them! Find the recipe here.
3. Ginger Cod with Lemongrass Broth.
This dish is so simple, warm and delicious. The gingery bite and thai-inspired lemongrass brings a depth of flavor out of the cod like you wouldn’t believe. Find the recipe here.
4. Grilled Salmon with Avocado Salsa.
You will always get me at “avocado salsa” – add in this delicious grilled salmon and you have a real winner of a recipe. Find the recipe here.
5. Paleo Spicy Tilapia Baja Tacos.
I love a good fish taco – and going Paleo hasn’t lessened that love. Add in a delicious lime slaw and avocado cilantro sauce and these will make your favorites list for sure. Find the recipe here.
6. One Pan Moroccan Fish.
This dish is loaded with delicious and hearty veggies, has a bit of spice to it all while being infused with those warm delicious moroccan flavors! Find the recipe here.
7. Coconut Tiger Prawn Curry.
I love a good curry – many people only think about chicken curries… and boy are they missing out. This coconut tiger prawn curry is one of my favorites. Find the recipe here.
8. Pan-Seared Scallops with Fresh Peach Salsa.
I used to be afraid of making scallops… I always thought I wasn’t a good enough cook to make them. Turns out that they can be super simple to make and this recipe helped me discover that. Plus this fresh peach salsa is so on point. Find the recipe here.
9. Paleo Tuna Steak Recipe.
For those that feel they “aren’t much a fish person” will love this recipe. If you thought you didn’t like tuna, you will change your tune after one bite of this recipe. Find the recipe here.
10. Lemon Rosemary Alaskan Halibut.
Oh how I love halibut and this recipe is so simple and easy to make that it is on my go-to list of delicious recipes. Find the recipe here.
11. Fish and Chips Batter.
For those that have a particular type of fish they love but are just looking for new ways to cook it – try coating it with this delicious fish and chip batter that is all dairy-free and gluten-free. Find the recipe here.
12. Mandarin Glazed Scallops.
Just one look at these and I fell in love. Scallops are amazing… add in this mandarin glaze and you will be drooling for more. Find the recipe here.
13. Tuna Patties.
For tuna lovers or non-tuna lovers these tuna patties are so good and packed with flavor! Find the recipe here.
14. Easy Grain Free Salmon Cakes.
These salmon cakes are a great change of pace and a great way to get some delicious healthy fish in your diet. Plus they are so good that even the kids will love them! Find the recipe here.
15. Shrimp and Jalapeno Sweet Potato Biscuits.
For those really looking for a creative and different meal option you – try out these shrimp and jalapeno sweet potato biscuits. Find the recipe here.