For a few years after college, I lived in Washington, D.C., which happens to be a fantastic place for enjoying blue crabs. During my time there, I had the pleasure of eating many, many crab cakes. These crab cakes bring a taste of Maryland to your dinner plate.
Even if you don't like fish, you'll love these easy, healthy and paleo tuna cakes! They contain: no breadcrumbs, no gluten, 100% paleo, they have veggies and they are so easy to make! The best part is that even my now picky toddler will still gobble these up happily, and will get loads of vitamins from them!
An Italian classic made paleo! Even the word “cacciatore” is very primal. It means “hunter” in Italian. Chicken cacciatore basically tells you it’s paleo right in the title. How could you go wrong? This meal is delicious enough to eat on its own, but you may also serve it with spaghetti squash or zucchini noodles. It tastes like you spent all day in the kitchen.
This dish is inspired by a creation of my sister Nellie and her husband, Chris. According to Nellie, “as long as we’ve been together, whenever Chris wanted to make a nice meal for me, it was always crab-stuffed salmon. To this day, it is still a go-to recipe if we want to treat ourselves.”
Luxurious Spicy Red Velvet Cakes filled with silky coconut butter frosting, truly like no other you have ever tasted. If you don't like spicy, no problem, simply leave out the cayenne pepper. Either way, these are Worth Every Chew !
Packed with omega 3 and a long list of nutritional benefits (listed below) these fish cakes do more than just satisfy your taste buds and tummy. The cod is meaty and moreish and the chorizo adds another level of deliciousness. I made mine with some cod I picked up from a local fish monger but you can use any other fish you desire; I have also made these very successfully with trout, mackerel and salmon. The sweet potato helps to bulk the cakes out but at the same time adding a comforting texture. Served straight from the frying pan or even the day after cold, whether as a starter for a dinner party or in a kids lunch box these are sure to be enjoyed by anyone.
This stuffed mushroom recipe came about somewhat in a “kitchen sink” experiment. We had crab meat in the refrigerator we wanted to use and mushrooms that we bought and needed to be used.
These little crab stuffed mushrooms are delicious, and make a great finger food. We hope to make it again as soon as we have an opportunity to go to or host a gathering of friends and family.