This is a quick and easy salmon cake recipe.
Salmon is high in Omega 3's so it a great fish to enjoy.
It incorporates canned salmon so there is no need to make a trip to the fish market.
It can be ready in about a half hour so it makes a nice mid-week meal for a family.
Mix the eggs and salmon in a bowl.
Add the garlic, scallions, and shallots and mix.
Add the sea salt, pepper, paprika and ground sage to the salmon mixture. Mix thoroughly.
Add the coconut flour and mix thoroughly.
Melt the coconut oil in a frying pan and maintain at medium heat.
Shape the salmon mixture into four or five patties.
Fry in the oil turning after about 4 minutes or when they begin to brown.
Continue flipping and frying until the patties are cooked all the way through.
Serve and enjoy!
Add some color to your beef with this amazing stuffed pepper recipe.
It has a just a few ingredients and makes a great dinner for the family or friends.
This meal provides both vegetables and beef all combined into one great Paleo meal.
While the recipe calls for a green and yellow pepper, you can substitute for whatever color pepper you choose.
Different peppers go on sale depending upon the time of year, so if you're on a budget choose what is currently in season.
Preheat oven to 350F.
Cut peppers in half and remove seeds. Bake for 15 minutes in oven face down or until slightly soft.
In frying pan heat the coconut oil and add the onion, diced tomato and garlic. Cook until onion softens.
Add the ground beef to the frying pan and stir into the mixture. Add the salt an pepper and stir so the beef doesn't burn. Cook until beef turns brown.
Turn the cooked peppers over and set on a plate.
Fill the peppers with the beef mixture. You can serve like this or put them back in the oven for 5 minutes to allow the juices from the pepper to integrate into the beef mixture.
Serve and enjoy!
Enjoy these Gluten Free Paleo Chicken Fingers.
By simply substituting out the bread crumbs that are normally found in most chicken finger recipes you can have a nice tasty meal ready for yourself of the whole family.
It's generally easier to work with thin pieces of chicken, so you can either cut the meat or pound it a bit.