Seafood

Shrimp-scampi-zucchini-noodles
If you love shrimp scampi, this is the dish for you! The zucchini noodles absorb the flavors of the shrimp, garlic and red pepper flakes so well that you won’t even miss the pasta. Ready in 20 minutes Serves 4 people Macros Net Carbs 2g, Fat 14g, Protein 21g…
Heat Fish and Vegetables
Another perfect weeknight meal filled with flavor! This is one of my go to meals when I get home late from work, and my family loves it. Plus, only one pan to wash after dinner makes clean up a breeze! Ready in 30 minutes Serves 4 people Macros 7g…
Seared-Shrimp-Salad-Featured-Image
The refreshing combination of spice from the chili and cooling avocado is delicious when paired with seared shrimp and greens. Ready in 20 minutes Serves 4 people Macros Net Carbs 9g, Fat 23g, Protein 14g Ingredients 20 large shrimp 3 tablespoons ghee 1 cup shredded cabbage ½ cup chili…
coconut fish curry recipe for the galveston diet
This is an easy fish curry recipe that is packed with healthy vitamins and loaded with flavor! Ready in 20 minutes Serves 4 people Macros: Net Carbs 6g, Fat 52g, Protein 48g Ingredients: ¼ cup coconut oil 2 cups grape or cherry tomatoes, halved 2 cups fresh spinach leaves…
Galveston-Diet-salmon-and-asparagus-Recipe-Featured-Image-5d8a8f804a4ef
This is the best way to cook salmon. Roasted at high heat, it turns out flaky and tender. The roasted lemon slices carmelize while cooking, and the result is a perfect complement to the flavor of the salmon. Ready in 25 minutes Serves 4 people Macros: Net Carbs 1g,…
Smoked Salmon & Cauliflower Platter
A new twist on a classic brunch buffet dish, this platter will quickly become a favorite. The crispy cauliflower goes surprisingly well with the smooth cream cheese and slightly salty salmon! Ready in 20 minutes Serves 8 people Macros: Net Carbs 15g, Fat 41g, 21g Protein Ingredients 2 large…
Shrimp-Salad
Serves 4 Ingredients 1 bag butter lettuce(pre washed) 12 oz fresh petite salad shrimp (greater than 50 count) Juice of 2 lemons Olive oil/vinegar 4 hard boiled eggs, peeled and sliced 4 stalks chopped celery 1/2 cup chopped red onion 2 med tomatoes 2 avocados 2 Tablespoons mayo 2…
Scallops-featured-image-5d265064c42e4
The refreshing flavors of lemon and garlic pair well with scallops served over healthy and delicious spaghetti squash. Ready in 50 Minutes! Serves 4 people Ingredients: 16 ounces scallops 2 cloves garlic, chopped Juice of ½ a lemon 1 spaghetti squash (about 4 pounds), cut in half lengthwise 2…
Spaghetti-squash-scallop-garlic-sauteed
The refreshing flavors of lemon and garlic pair well with scallops served over healthy and delicious spaghetti squash. Ready in 50 minutes Serves 4 people Ingredients: 16 ounces scallops 2 cloves garlic, chopped Juice of ½ a lemon 1 spaghetti squash (about 4 pounds), cut in half lengthwise 2…

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