Paleo Dinner Recipes | Salmon Burgers and Tangy Slaw

Paleo Dinner Recipes

This recipe was kind of a risk for me because I bought some canned salmon at Whole Foods awhile back but I was took scared to try it.  Whole Foods is kind of my litmus test for if a food will be on my “to-eat” list.  So if Whole Foods sells canned salmon it must be OK right??

In my pantry it sat…

But alas the day came when I forgot to defrost my frozen salmon and dinner had to be made.  On the menu were these amazing salmon burgers inspired by a recipe I got once from E-meals.  I decided to give the canned salmon a go.  And let me tell you, I couldn’t taste the difference!  It was super easy too because I just had to open the can and drain it.  Would I use it again?  Sure, if I was in a pinch, absolutely.  I almost always prefer fresh to canned but in a pinch its better to make a clean recipe than go for something less healthy right??

paleo dinner recipes

Herbed Salmon Burgers – one of my new favorite paleo dinner recipes!

INGREDIENTS

10 oz fresh salmon, thawed salmon, or 2-5 oz. cans wild sockeye salmon (from Whole Foods preferably!)
1 large egg, beaten
2 TB coconut flour (can substitute almond flour if you prefer)
2 TB fresh chopped basil
1/2 medium red pepper diced
1 small shallot diced
olive oil
S&P

INSTRUCTIONS:

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.  Dry fresh or thawed salmon with a paper towel or drain canned sockeye salmon.  Carmelize shallots in a drizzle of olive oil.  Combine salmon with shallots, peppers, egg, flour, basil and spices.  Shape mixture into 2-3 patties.  Transfer to a prepared baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes, flipping once mid-way, or until cooked through.

Tangy Slaw

Trader Joe’s kale and cabbage mix
1 TB olive oil
1 TB apple cider vinegar
1/2 tsp dijon mustard
S&P

Mix up and let sit for 30 minutes!

*this recipe was inspired by e-meals.com

 

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