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Salmon "Sushi"

Discussion in 'Summer Paleo Recipes' started by peterwawzonek@gmail.com, Apr 27, 2013.

  1. Peter’s Epi-Paleo Sushi

    3 whole cans wild Pacific salmon (I buy Clover Leaf Pink Salmon since it’s pretty cheap)
    Tiny bit of large onion (~1/8th), finely diced
    Teaspoon of garlic purée (or 2 cloves finely diced)
    Organic Yellow Mustard*
    Organic, Cold-Pressed, Extra-Virgin Olive Oil*
    ½ bunch Organic Kale, diced
    1 medium head of Organic Broccoli, diced

    *I recommend adding a bit of each, mixing and sampling until you get the level of flavour you prefer. Personally, I add a lot of each; roughly, 5oz mustard, 3-4oz olive oil.
    I also recommend preparing the salad with as many ingredients refrigerated as possible.


    Mix the first 5 ingredients together in a large bowl with a spoon or even a potato masher. Mix very thoroughly – that way the skin, bones & water in the salmon completely mix together & breakdown – you won’t notice them at all! The bones collapse and break down very easily (the skin and water are filled with omega-3’s, and the bones have a tonne of calcium & other skeletal-strengthening nutrients).
    Then dice up the kale and broccoli. For the broccoli, I cut the stem into very thin discs, and then cut up the stems so there are no large pieces. Mix everything together thoroughly. All done!
    At this point, I usually go ahead and finish this bad boy off spoonful by spoonful, but you can also get fancy and get a bunch of Nori (roasted seaweed sheets) and make “sushi†rolls out of them (i.e. put a dollop of the mix on a sheet & roll it up). Throw a slice of avocado on each roll, and you’re baaasically in heaven. Also, your thyroid (& rest of your body) will thank you for the iodine.
    Also, for variety, you can add (epi-paleo) mayo or your favourite hot sauce to the mix.

    This is a perfect example of an Epi-Paleo recipe that’s quick, easy, tasty, cheap & ridiculously healthy.
    Enjoy!
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  2. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Oh, this looks fantastic. Thanks!
     
  3. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Mmmm..mm! I am going to try this. But I think with raw salmon.. maybe it works! And the cooked version I will make for hubby :)
     

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