I based this delicious soup recipe on a non-Paleo recipe from Allrecipes.com. I was never a huge fan of Thai but I’m starting to get the hang of it little by little. This soup is absolutely fantastic. The amount below should be about 4 – 6 servings and will definitely be enough for some next day leftovers if you are family of 2.
For a while I have been looking for a tasty salmon recipe as I don’t particularly often enjoy the fishy taste of salmon. The Kyoto recipe is by far the simplest and so far best tasting marinade for a salmon. The Paleo adjusted version is delicious as well. Keep in mind, the longer you let it marinade, the better it tastes.
This absolute fabulousity wasn’t my original idea. Paleo oatmeal (or no-oatmeal, no-oat-oatmeal, or noatmeal) is a very popular paleo meal on web and a lot of people love it for its high-protein, high-fat nutritional content and sweet taste, which makes for a perfect Paleo breakfast idea.
Total time: 45 minutes
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 40 minutes
Brussel sprouts are not only super nutritious, but also fall among the 4 vegetables with the highest protein content. They are awfully good for you, so use them as a side dish whenever you can. They are also awfully easy to make.