Paleo Salmon Rollups with Miracle Noodles®

Wow, that was good! I can’t wait to share this lunch idea with you all. I’m beginning to really love this way of life and love the options I have with Paleo. For lunch today, I made Paleo Salmon Rollups with Miracle Noodle® Angel Hair Pasta. Strangely enough, this dish filled me up. I am so used to overeating at every meal that I didn’t expect to feel full with this little amount. I found these “noodles” at the Julian Bakery. They aren’t really noodles at all but made of a naturally water soluble fiber called Glucomannan. You may want to give them a try. Ok, let’s get started with the dish.


  • (1) 7oz. bag of Miracle Noodle® Angel Hair Pasta (0 Carb & Gluten Free)
  • (1) 6oz. can of wild caught salmon
  • (1) tablespoon of fresh lemon juice
  • (1) tablespoon of extra-virgin olive oil
  • (1/2) tablespoon of dried dill
  • (1) organic cucumber sliced lengthwise w/ a mandoline slicer
  • Pinch of Real Salt® Sea Salt
  • Organic ground black pepper
  • Organic parsley
  • Organic lemon slices



  1. In a medium sized bowl, mix together the salmon, lemon juice, olive oil, dried dill, sea salt and black pepper
  2. Place a small amount of the salmon mixture on the end of one of the cucumber slices and roll like a sushi roll
  3. Continue to roll until the entire salmon filling is used up
  4. Prepare the Miracle Noodle® Angel Hair Pasta in a sauce pan
  5. Plate the pasta first, then place rolls on top
  6. Serve with lemon slices and garnish with parsley

 Prep Time:

  • 15 minutes

Cook Time:

  • 2 minutes for pasta


  • 1 person (Me)

Now, of course, you may add ingredient amounts to what I have listed to feed more people if you wish. I just happen to be the only one eating this way in my household at this time.


Miracle Noodle® Angel Hair Pasta:

  • Made of naturally water soluble fiber with no fat, sugar, or starch
  • Easily absorbs the flavors of any soup, dish, or sauce
  • Contain zero net carbohydrates and zero calories, no gluten -made of a healthy natural fiber called Glucomannan
  • Have shown beneficial effects backed by medical studies for Type II Diabetes, Constipation, Obesity, and Cholesterol
  • Wheat free, gluten free and kosher

  Remember, you may purchase these noodles at in their Low Carb Foods section.

Thanks so much for reading about my journey to the complete Paleo style of living. I will try to post my adventures daily at I hope you enjoyed the video as well. (I’m sorry for the shaky camera action; I am working on the fix). Stay tuned and stay healthy!

 By: Paleo Nate

Are you Paleo? Try this Paleo Stew Recipe by Paleo Princess




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