This has become a go-to Sunday night fish recipe. It was inspired by a weeknight meal idea in the June issue of Jamie magazine, but there weren’t enough veggies in it for me so I’ve adapted it slightly. This is a wonderful and delicious recipe packed with nutrients, that literally takes minutes to prepare.
It's winter and we're definitely in need of comfort food. Fish pie isn't the most glamorous of dinners, but it's delicious, warming and full of healthy protein and omega-3's. Using sweet potatoes for the topping also boosts the nutrition value of this meal - sweet potatoes are an unusually high resource of vitamin A, and are packed with potassium, vitamin C and vitamin B6 which supports energy.
This recipe was inspired by one of my favourite chef's - Jamie Oliver. I love his book 'Save with Jamie' but not many of the recipes are paleo or AIP compliant, so I've tweaked this one, so that I could enjoy it too.
Every now and again I really like a stir-fry. Not only are stir-fries usually super quick to prepare and get on the table after a long day at work, but they can be incredibly healthy and really help get you to 5+ servings of veggies. Frozen shrimp are a low fat source of protein, and are rich in selenium – a helpful nutrient for the immune system, and one that is very lacking in NZ soil, which means it's often lacking the fruits and vegetables we eat as well …