Healthy Shellfish And Fish Recipes For Dinner

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Seafood Chowder And Halibut Over Cauliflower Rice

On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, we’re sharing 2 healthy shellfish and fish recipes for dinner that are so delicious.

Since seafood, especially oysters, can be an aphrodisiac, after eating these recipes you’ll be giving your significant other “the look of love” 😍.

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So with all that said, let’s get into it.

Here’s today’s viewer question:

@MagNahm on Twitter asks: do you eat fish and shellfish? If so, what do you recommend for healthy shellfish and fish recipes for dinner?

Yes, we do eat fish and shellfish.

On Team Live Lean, we shared one of our favorite shellfish recipes for dinner called, “Seafood Chowder Gainz”, i.e. protein gains of the sea.

How To Make A Seafood Chowder Gainz Recipe

This soup contains a mixture of many different types of seafood, shellfish, and fish, including:

  • mussels
  • clams
  • cod
  • scallops

Here’s an edited down version of the cooking video showing you how to make this “Seafood Chowder Gainz” recipe.

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Seafood Chowder Gainz
Seafood Chowder Gainz
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Seafood Chowder Gainz
Instructions
  1. Add 1 tbsp of coconut oil to a large pot over medium heat.
  2. Add 1 chopped onion and 1 cup of chopped fennel to the heated pot and saute in the coconut oil for 4-5 minutes.
  3. Add 1/2 cup of white wine, 4 chopped garlic cloves, 1 cup of chicken broth, and 1 cup of diced tomatoes with the juice, to the pot.
  4. Heat the saucy broth to a boil for approximately 2-5 minutes.
  5. Once the broth is boiling, add 1 lbs of mussels, 8 oz of clams, 8 oz of cod, and 8 oz of scallops to the broth.
  6. Stir it up, add salt and black pepper to taste, then cover the pot with a lid, and cook for 5-7 minutes, or until the shells begin to open.
  7. Add the chowder to a bowl and top with a dash of fresh parsley (optional).
Recipe Notes

Nutrition Information (per serving):

Calories: 363

Protein: 45g

Carbohydrates: 12g

Fat: 15g

This Seafood Chowder Gainz recipe should be on the cover of a magazine.

Wow.

After you take a bite, your taste buds will be rocking out.

Damn that’s good!

You can find the full step-by-step cooking video recipe in Team Live Lean members site.

How To Make An Easy But Fancy Sauteed Halibut Over Cauliflower Rice Recipe

We also love this “Easy But Fancy Halibut Over Cauliflower Rice” recipe.

It tastes so good.

Here’s an edited down version of the step-by-step cooking video showing you how to make this “Easy But Fancy Sauted Halibut Over Cauliflower Rice” recipe.

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Easy But Fancy Sauteed Halibut Over Cauliflower Rice
Easy But Fancy Sauteed Halibut Over Cauliflower Rice
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
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Easy But Fancy Sauteed Halibut Over Cauliflower Rice
Instructions
  1. Crumble 1/2 head of cauliflower and add to a food processor. Pulse for 3-5 seconds until it turns into the consistency of rice.
  2. Heat 1 tbsp of coconut oil in a pan.
  3. Pat dry 2 halibut fillets with paper towel to remove any excess water and add it to the pan, skin side down.
  4. Add a dash of salt and pepper on top of the halibut and saute for 2 minutes.
  5. In a separate saute pan, add a tbsp of coconut oil, 1/2 chopped shallot, 1 chopped garlic clove, and 1/2 head of cauliflower rice. Stir to incorporate all the flavors. Heat for 4-5 minutes but don't forget to keep stirring the rice so it cooks evenly.
  6. In the pan with the halibut, add the other 1/2 chopped shallot and a 1/4 cup of white wine.
  7. Cook the halibut for another 2-3 minutes, then flip it and peel off the skin.
  8. Add another tbsp of coconut oil on top of the halibut to give some creaminess to the sauce, then add 1/4 cup of chicken broth.
  9. Top the halibut with a dash of fresh parsley and cook the fish and rice for another 2 minutes.
  10. Add a bed of cauliflower rice to a plate, top with the halibut, then pour the leftover sauce on top of the dish.
  11. Top with a squeeze of lemon and enjoy.
Recipe Notes

Nutrition Information (per serving):

Calories: 385

Protein: 36g

Carbohydrates: 6g

Fat: 24g

After trying this fish recipe for dinner, your family is going to ask, “where do you get your cooking skills?”.

Your answer, “I’m on Team Live Lean.” 😉

Damn that’s good!

You can find the full step-by-step cooking video recipe exclusively on Team Live Lean.

Following Delicious And Healthy Recipes Is Key

We recommend shellfish and fish as they are very healthy and a good source of protein.

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Even if you hated seafood as a kid, you’ll love it after trying these 2 delicious and healthy shellfish and fish recipes for dinner.

Personally, I’m a big fan of most seafood, especially lobster, because it’s so delicious.

We always have lobster when I’m visiting my family on Christmas Eve.

I also love cooking this baked lemon pepper salmon recipe in bulk.

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However, when it comes to salmon, I always look for wild salmon since farmed salmon can get a little nasty.

When you can, do your best to always look for wild fish.

I also love smoked salmon.

We have a delicious smoked salmon and asparagus wraps recipe in Team Live Lean.

Tuna is also delicious.

I love making this tuna salad recipe for a quick high protein snack.

Bottom Line

We pretty much love all fish and shellfish.

However, as mentioned, we do recommend if you’re going to eat fish, try to go with wild fish.

If you can’t find wild salmon in the regular fresh section of the grocery store, a lot of times you can find it in the frozen section.

When you do find fresh wild salmon at Whole Foods, it’s freaking expensive, but delicious.

Unfortunately, you have to pay up for the good stuff.

We Highly Recommend You Supplement With Omega 3 Fish Oil

Krill Oil Vs Fish Oil: Which Omega 3 Supplement Is Better?

If you don’t eat a lot of fatty fish, like wild salmon, I highly recommend you supplement with a high quality omega 3 fish oil or krill oil.

I love this delicious lemon flavored fish oil from Nordic Naturals.

If you prefer krill oil, I’ve also supplemented with this krill oil from Onnit.

Now it’s time to go check out this video post on the best foods high in omega 3 fatty acids.

Best Foods High In Omega 3 Fatty Acids

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