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Paleo Comfort Food Cookbook

I’m so excited to have just received my copy of PALEO COMFORT FOODS!  I can’t wait to start making the recipes, especially the Sweet Potato Pancakes, Fried Chicken, Biscuits and Gravy, and the Paleo Grits.  I’ve only skimmed through the beautifully photographed recipes, and already I have a whole page list of dishes I can’t wait to share with you!  Order a copy for yourself HERE.  Below I pass along a recipe from the book which was originally shared by Everyday Paleo.

Spicy Salmon Salad or Dip

6 ounces cooked (baked or grilled) salmon

2-3 tablespoons paleo mayo

Squeeze of Sriracha, or other chili paste, to taste

1-2 teaspoons sesame oil

2 teaspoons black sesame seeds

1 avocado, diced (optional)

1 large English cucumber, sliced

1) Break up cooked salmon into small chunks.

2) With a fork, mix together the next five ingredients

3) Taste and season to your liking, adding in more kick via the chili paste if you’d like.

4) Gently mix in the avocado (if desired) and spoon onto cucumber rounds.  Serve immediately.

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