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Seafood Newburg

Seafood Newburg is a great recipe that we were really excited to be introduced to by my mom (as usual; she has inspired a few recipes). She is a casual paleo chef, and often encourages us to take our cooking to the next level. This seafood dish is amazingly rich and is great on its own, served with gluten-free pasta, zoodles, or over a bed of greens. We think you’re absolutely going to love it.

One of the best things about this recipe is that it is accessible with either fresh wild-caught seafood or previously frozen. We’ve done it both ways, and it doesn’t suffer from the frozen seafood. You will want to have an immersion blender on hand for this recipe—if you have a high-quality coconut milk that is separated in the can, you’ll need your blender to get the sauce to blend. If you don’t have an immersion blender yet, get one! We got this one for Christmas (from Costco) and it’s an amazing tool. I can’t believe we waited this long to have one, but I digress. Let’s get cooking.

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Haddock Fish Sticks

paleo breaded fish sticks

One of my guilty pleasures growing up was always fish sticks and those breaded fish patties.  They’d occasionally have them at school lunches, and my dad has always been a fan of the frozen fish from our local freezer section.  I haven’t purchased anything of the sort in quite a long time, and shudder to think how (and from what) they’re produced, but they sure were tasty.
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