Alfredo sauce is given a lighter, dairy-free makeover in this recipe that uses coconut cream as the base. A seafood combination is simmered in the silky alfredo and then served over easy zucchini noodles for a tasty meal. Comfort food exactly as it should be. Warming, nourishing, satisfying. This creamy fish pie recipe fits the bill, and is free of gluten, dairy and grains. I opted to top a roasted chicken breast with this creamy sun-dried tomato sauce and it was fabulous! That being said, there are always other ways it can be used. For instance, pork or fish would be a great meat alternatives. Chicken and white fish are especially great because the subtle taste of the meat is well augmented by the sauce.
A paleo recipe for creamy sauce that can be served over meats or vegetables.
This is my attempt at home-made pesto. It came out very garlicky, so I recommend using it as a base to cook shrimp, chicken, and even eggs. My friend Sam gave me the idea when she sautéed zucchini and garlic the other night! I know that dairy isn’t ideal, but I think the three tablespoons of Parmesan really made this dish! It was flavorful and satisfying and if a little bit of cheese is needed, then so be it! Pour out the water from the pot with the carrots and add in the fish broth (or the chicken broth with fish sauce). Add in the celery, tomatoes, coconut cream, curry powder or garam masala, and turmeric. Bring to a boil and then simmer with the lid on for 20 minutes. Paleo Bang Bang Shrimp. It was fairly simple to adapt Bone Fish’s recipe to suit Paleo and Whole 30 standards. I also used coconut cream as the base for all its health benefits and sweet balance. Just a touch of almond butter is added for a smooth and nutty taste.