Everything is better with a little Paleo Powder! And tonight I’m making a “Paleo Spiced Salmon Salad” with it…. This is Dan from Primal4Life and I’m getting psyched to try a new recipe, so I’m starting my salad out with the protein…. Wild Salmon, coated with some coconut oil. But it’s not just regular coconut oil; it’s Nuco Liquid Premium Coconut Oil. It pours, it’s non-GMO, it’s organic, and it’s darn good! It’s a very convenient way to use coconut oil, and in my case tonight I just poured, instead of rubbing coconut oil onto my wild salmon and making a mess… After that, a little sea salt, and a light coat of the Paleo Powder, which is a great spice that is MSG-free, as well as gluten-free, and tastes great! Onto the grill we go!
While the wild salmon is grilling up, I prep my salad…. I wash up my kale, baby spinach and cucumber of course, to get rid of any possibly contaminants, pesticides, or what have you. Not all products are truly organic; do you really think all companies are as honest as Julian Bakery? I don’t think so… I have had many so called “organic” steaks that make me itchy and achy with my Leaky Gut Syndrome. But I have yet to have a Julian Bakery Paleo product that gave me an episode! Next up, I add some kalamata olives and some sea salt. Once the grilling is done, I add my wild salmon to the salad, and get ready to add some toppings….
• ½ lb wild salmon
• Paleo Powder – to sprinkle
• Hand full of spinach
• Hand full of kale
• ½ cup cucumber slices
• 1 tbsp Coconut Secret – Coconut Vinegar
• 1 tbsp olive oil
• 2 tsp Paleo Butter
1) Coat wild salmon with Nuco Liquid Premium Coconut Oil
2) Add salt and Paleo Powder to wild salmon
3) Grill to your liking
4) In a salad bowl, combine kale, spinach, cucumber slices and kalamata olives
5) Top salad with wild salmon
6) Add Coconut Vinegar and olive oil
7) Top wild salmon with Paleo Butter
• 5 minutes
• 10 minutes
Once my salad was assembled, I added my oil and vinegar, but not just any vinegar. I opt for Coconut Secret – Coconut Vinegar, giving me way more vitamins and minerals, like vitamin C and a broad spectrum of B too. It comes from the sap of a coconut tree, like Coconut Aminos and Coconut Nectar, and I love all of these fine products…. They totally helped us replace items like soy, regular vinegar, and even agave nectar, making the transition super smooth!
Now that my salad was complete, I topped it off with a dab of Paleo Butter on my fish for some added taste and hard to get vitamin K2, as well as a slice of the wonderful almond Paleo Bread. It’s low in carbs and calories, but not low in taste! And, it has no soy, GMO’s, grains, gluten, and is packed with fiber and protein. Plus their new almond Paleo Bread has a little coconut mixed in, which lightened it up, and gave it a flavor boost as well!
So make sure you check out www.JulianBakery.com/Paleo for the awesome Paleo products mentioned in this food blog. I loved this salad, totally keeping me low carb and high in nutrition…. And while you are there, check out the latest cookbooks and even the Ab-Wheel. Both items will help you get healthy and shred! Thanks for stopping by!!!
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