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Chef Cristian’s Red Snapper Fillet

I chose Kelapo virgin coconut oil to pan-sear this fresh Red Snapper fillet. Coconut oil is non-greasy and heats up to the perfect temperature for quick pan-searing. For this recipe, I served the fish on top of organic purple beans (similar to conventional green beans) and organic cauliflower mash, which makes it a healthy, natural, low carbohydrate meal. I seasoned the fish with sea salt, fresh pepper, a dash of olive oil and fresh Florida lime juice.     Yields: 4 servings.Ingredients:– 4 portions of Red Snapper fillets– 1 Lb of organic Purple Beans (you can use green beans too)– […]

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Tilapia with Coconut Lime Sauce

One of the perks of living in Florida is fresh fish!  I love nothing more than coming home with fish we caught that day and making a fresh and healthy dinner.  Pete came home on Friday with a ton of redfish from a work fishing trip, which we substituted for the tilapia (you can substitute any flaky, white fish and it will still be amazing).  The next day I made blackened fish tacos for lunch.  Wow!  They were definitely better than any restaurant fish taco I’ve had.  Keep an eye out for that recipe! Makes 6 servings. Ingredients 2 Tbsp […]

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