fish Archive

Thai Green Curry Shrimp (AIP)

Believe it or not, the exotic and infiniting interesting flavors of Thai green curry adapt extremely well to the requirements of the autoimmune protocol (AIP) because the dishes are mostly dairy and gluten-free already. If you don’t need to avoid nightshades or other spices, you can use

Grilled Ahi Tuna with Zucchini Relish (AIP, SCD)

It’s zucchini season in my part of the world and I’ve discovered that the very best way to enjoy it is fresh and with as little alteration as possible. This zucchini relish, served with some seared or grilled medium-rare ahi tuna steaks, is a beautiful showcase for

One Pan Salmon & Rainbow Chard with Garlic & Tarragon (AIP, SCD)

There are a lot of things I could say about this salmon and rainbow swiss chard recipe, but I’ll start off with the most important: ONE PAN. You make the whole thing in a single skillet, so there is little to clean up at the end. It

Lemon Garlic Bok Choy & Mushrooms with Shrimp (AIP, SCD)

What else can I do with all this bok choy?! That was the question that lead to a stir fry combining bok choy, mushrooms, and shrimp in a flavorful lemon garlic sauce… and one of the tastiest AIP-friendly Asian inspired dishes I’ve yet to eat! Garden update

Crispy Sardine Cakes (AIP)

Not a sardine lover? Join the club! I created this recipe for crispy sardine cakes just for you (and me) so we’d have a more delicious and texturally pleasing way to eat these economical nutritional powerhouses! Kalamata olives and lemon zest add flavor that tones down the

Tuna Zoodle Casserole (AIP)

Love it or hate it, tuna casserole is an American classic… at least in the upper Midwest where I grew up, and for years I’ve wondered: could I make a tasty AIP version, perhaps a “Tuna Zoodle Casserole”? My first couple attempts were watery failures (more like

30 Minute Meals for the Paleo AIP

We’ve all been there… it’s almost dinner time and you have a refrigerator full of ingredients and need them to magically turn themselves into food PRONTO. You know you need a full meal (a can of tuna fish eaten over the sink just isn’t going to cut

Toasted Coconut Salmon from Made Whole

Wild-caught salmon is one of the most nutrient dense proteins you can choose and this recipe is fast to make and has a rich and savory topping that is turns it into a perfect meal for entertaining, or just indulging yourself on a typical week day. This

Ginger Lime Salmon (AIP, SCD, Paleo)

The health benefits of wild salmon are many, but it is the taste that keeps me coming back! Usually I keep the preparation pretty simple, but this recipe amps up the flavor with ginger, lime, and a little garlic. The resulting glaze has a spicy kick that

Comfort Food: 40+ AIP-Friendly Recipes!

Is “comfort food” compatible with a healing diet like the paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP)? I asked some of my blogger friends who create recipes that are compliant with the protocol for their perspective and got the resounding answer… YES! They buck the conventional wisdom that the nostalgic
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