When you’re low on time and looking for a quick little dish to satisfy you, whip up this paleo salad of Sardines on Greens.
This paleo tuna salad has a healthy dose of fat and it will help you increase your consumption of sea vegetables.
This Paleo Tuna Salad is as versatile as the tuna it’s made with. Put it on Paleo bread, stuff it in lettuce leaves, or eat it all by itself!
These bacon-wrapped sea scallops are the best kind of surf and turf there is.
My maiden name is Ceaser but Ceaser Salad wouldn’t make sense to most. Enjoy this Paleo Caesar Salad with Celery, even though it’s spelled wrong.
Serve this colorful Poached Halibut with Beets for your Paleo dinner and look like a world-class chef. (Just don’t mention how easy it was.)
When you’re in a rush to get dinner on the table, this Almond Crusted Paleo Baked Cod recipe will be ready in 30 minutes or less.
For a quick lunch or dinner whip up a batch of Paleo Tacos and bring them to life with some daikon kimchi.
Grill some sockeye salmon and throw it on top of some baby greens and you’ve got yourself a quick Paleo lunch with this Arugula Salad.
Do you miss ordering fried calamari when you go out to eat? Try this Paleo grilled octopus recipe to make you forget all about the fried stuff.
For an appetizer that is both elegant and simple, this raw oysters recipe is a winner.
Paleo Crab Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms can be served as a quick snack, appetizer or lunch.