This easy paleo teriyaki salmon is made with a homemade teriyaki sauce that is so much better than any store bought version! It’s a flavorful and healthy start to an easy, mostly hands off meal that you can feel good about!
Well, helllloooo! And happy 2019!
Wow. Always weird to say the number of the new year. It’s kind of cliche but it always sneaks up on me! I’m thinking we should embrace it with this yummy & easy dinner recipe because:
your 2019 needs this easy paleo teriyaki salmon.
It’s my favorite meal that I’ve made these past couple of months, and I foresee it coming back again and again in our weekly meal plan for three reasons:
This salmon recipe is super easy to make – most of the cook time is hands off.
It’s also crazy healthy and free from all the inflammatory ingredients that usually gunk up a standard teriyaki sauce.
SO YUMMY. Like so much flavor. With just the right sticky texture and a sweet to salty ratio that will keep you coming back for bite after bite. (The first time I made this recipe, my husband and I didn’t even bother eating off of plates. Literally devoured a whole batch straight off of the baking sheet. Savage I know, but don’t judge until you try this salmon for yourself! 😜)
I figured why not get the year started with a dinner that says: 2019, we are HERE – with some crazy delicious food in tow 💯
Food that is the equivalent of a power pose meal. Strong, bold, and good for your self confidence 😉
This whipped parsnip with fresh herbs recipe is a delicious alternative to mashed potatoes! A crave worthy seasonal side dish that is perfect for the holidays or as a cozy comfort food side dish. Paleo, gluten free and with a vegan option!
It’s here! It’s HERE! The start of epic holiday spreads and all the comfort food dinners while we’re tucked safely inside our homes cozy and WARM.
I love this season so much for many reasons, but let’s be honest, mostly because of the food 😝
Once November hits it’s game over for me and comfort food. It’s like this gravitational pull that starts between my kitchen and all things warm and delicious and filling.
And Thanksgiving always brings that truth to life in the most real way. The mashed potatoes, stuffing, green bean casserole, sweet potatoes, etc etc etc, just steal the comfort food spotlight!
And since it’s been dropping into the 30’s this week in Seattle, we might as well embrace those vibes by relishing in the warmth of our kitchens and eating all of the coziest foods.
STARTING WITH THESE WHIPPED PARSNIPS WITH FRESH HERBS!!
The best paleo bean free chili! This crazy delicious chili is not only bean free (making it paleo and whole30 friendly), it’s also loaded up with a rainbow of veggies – carrots, celery, onions, peppers, tomatoes, fennel and garlic that deliver serious flavor and mega nutrition!
I am pretty sure Seattle is confused about what season it’s supposed to be (SPRING, SEATTLE. IT’S SUPPOSED TO BE SPRING!). Because the trees are blooming and the crocuses and daffodils have sprung up from their earthly depths but it was SNOWING last Friday, you guys. SNOWING. Like big wet flakes falling to the ground for at least two hours 🙄 I know we’re not the only one’s but it just makes me wanna say COME ON ALREADY.
(Very ready for sun over here 🙋🏼)
So while at first I thought I might be a little too far past the cold weather season to share this recipe for the best paleo bean free chili, after this recent flash back to winter-like weather that we’ve been having around here I realized that no, it’s definitely not too late. In fact, this chili recipe is probably needed now more than ever. Because if we’re gonna have to deal with snow at the end of March, we might as well be eating delicious paleo bean free chili while we do it!