This simplified Keto Spicy Tuna Sushi is a keto budget, tasty, simplified, easy to make meal and does not use raw expensive tuna. I use canned tuna to make a delicious, nutritious, gluten free, keto diabetic diet recipe. You will love how easy and quick this keto sushi recipe is to make, even if you are just learning to cook or just starting a keto diet. Enjoy this adapted keto Japanese spicy tuna sushi for your keto lunch or as a party snack that everyone will love.
This versatile keto recipe begins with a Classic Tuna Salad recipe, which you can use to make a nourishing sandwich for lunch, or you can use it as a base to make a gluten free, open faced tuna melt with a different twist to it. Watch the video to see how both of these keto, low carb, gluten free recipes, which begin with and use inexpensive, pantry stable ingredients, such as canned tuna, mayonnaise, olive oil, a few fresh items such as lemon juice, garlic, parsley and shallots, as well as your favorite mayonnaise, to transform simple ingredients into a flavorful meal. But make extra, because this Keto tuna salad is only the beginning. Use this with a bell pepper, mozzarella cheese and spices and now you have an exceptional low carb dinner that is also grain free.
An exceptionally easy fish recipe that incorporates fresh ingredients such as lemons, fresh basil, parmesan cheese and creamy butter. This whole food based, simple recipe is perfectly paired with my French green beans with almond butter – a shortcut version of French green beans almondine. The complete meal is perfect for low carb, keto, paleo diets and also for people on a diabetes diet, PECOS and gluten free diets. If you prefer, you could substitute the cod fillets with mahi mahi, catfish, whiting, tilapia or any white fish of your choice.
This tasty easy Mediterranean sole and vegetables in a pouch recipe takes only about 20 minutes to bake in your oven. The sole is a light tasting white fish that is perfectly complemented by the zucchini and red bell pepper/capsicum cut into thin Julienne strips, topped with grated Monterey Jack cheese and black olives for a wonderful whole food, nutrient dense keto fish recipe. This sole in a pouch recipe is also perfect for low carb, diabetic, gluten free, paleo and whole 30 meal plans.
These keto versions of the Croatian stuffed calamari are amazing! This recipe, which is often available as an expensive gourmet appetizer at Mediterranean restaurants, is actually very easy to make at home and is also a very inexpensive recipe. Served fresh off the grill as an appetizer or serve 3-4 as your main course. The stuffed calamari can also be prepared the day before and refrigerated until you are ready to serve them. This tasty Calamari recipe is also perfect for grain free, gluten free, paleo and whole 30 diet plans. Enjoy!
These Cajun sole tacos are a flavorful twist on the classic Mexican fish taco. Served on a grain free, gluten free soft tortilla, the Cajun seasoned grilled sole complements the red cabbage coleslaw salad with the fresh lime vinaigrette. Toppings can include a dollop of sour cream and an additional sprinkle of fresh lime. You could use a hard shell taco in place of the tortilla for a crunchy version, and the sole can be substituted with either cod or tilapia fillets. The finished tacos are perfect for your keto, sugar free, gluten free lifestyle.
An extremely easy and quick to make dinner, that is both healthy and delicious. From start of prep to finished entrée, it only take about 20 minutes. This recipe’s main ingredients are wild Pacific salmon, Dijon mustard and crushed pistachios. The salmon can be broiled in the oven or done on the BBQ.