I believe in full disclosure– this took longer than 30 minutes…  But per by BF, so worth the trouble, his actual words were, “Thank you for taking your time in making dinner- it’s soooo good.” Awe!!!

Thank you Paleo Comforts Cook Book for making me a superstar chef in my home!  Like always, if you need reminder about Metabolic Typing break down see end of post.

On the menu: Georgian Pecan-crusted Trout with Brussels & Potato Medley and Watermelon & Cucumber Salad trout menu

trout recipe
What you need:

  1. trout
  2. toasted pecans chopped
  3. almond flour
  4. white wine
  5. lemon juice
  6. capers (rinsed)
  7. Italian parsley chopped
  8. 2 eggs
  9. sea saltcucumber recipe
  10. pepper
  11. potato medley
  12. Brussels sprouts
  13. garlic
  14. virgin coconut oil
  15. watermelon
  16. cucumber (I used baby Persian)
  17. rice vinegar (Nagano)

Put it together:

This is the order in which I did the whole menu and it all was all ready at the same time… I must admit, I am pretty amazed at how it all came together! Whew!

First I roasted 1 cup whole pecans on a stainless-steel skillet. Just place the pecans on the pot and brown.  Then placed it in my mini-Cuisinart blender and coarsely chopped.

Next, I cut the potatoes in quarters and Brussels sprouts in halves and put it in the same stainless-steel skillet where I put 1 tablespoon of coconut oil and 1 tablespoon of chopped garlic and cook till all is slightly brown then added 1 cup of water and cover pan to cook.  Finished when potatoes are easily punctured.

Next I placed in a big plate, 3/4 cup of almond flour with a little sea salt and pepper.  On separate plates I whisked 2 eggs and placed the chopped pecans in another.  Take trout, flesh side down (skin side up) and dip in flour, then dip in egg batter, then dip in pecans, and place pecan faced down on separate plate. Repeat steps.

Using a non-stick grill pan I melted a pat of butter and placed the fish pecan face down (skin side up) and cook for 5 minutes then carefully flip and cook skin side down till golden. Place fish in plate and cover with foil to keep warm.

As fish were cooking, I cut the watermelon in half, and scooped up little balls and placed in bowl.  I cut up cucumbers in quarters and added to bowl. Splashed Nagano rice vinegar and put bowl in fridge.

Sauce: in grill pan where you cooked fish, put 1 pat of butter, 1/4 cup of lemon juice, 1/2 cup of wine, 1/4 cup capers, and chopped parsley stir and let the liquids emulsify. Then pour over fish.

Place watermelon and cucumber salad in watermelon bowl.  Plate it all and enjoy!!!!!!!!!!

georgian pecan_crusted trout

The macronutrient ratios for the Metabolic Typing Types:

Protein Type: 70% proteins & fats (40/30) / 30% carbohydrates

Carbohydrate Type: 60% carbohydrates / 40% proteins & fats (25/15)

Mix-Type: 50% carbohydrates / 50% proteins & fats (30/20)

*In General: Protein Types should avoid Gluten, Protein & Mix-Types should have high fiber, low-to-medium starch carbs, and sprouted grains.

*There is no calorie counting in the Metabolic Typing Diet. Reason being, if you eat for your body type, your body will know when to stop.  No over-eating.  No cravings.  No depriving.

*When it is available, try to buy grass-fed, free range, organic, and sustainable, local farm grown food; certainly no GMO. Click and read why and what are the most GMO products!

Go buy The Metabolic Typing Diet book and take the test to find out what you are!

Go buy Paleo Comforts Cook Book and be a Paleo Chef too!!!

Now learn  what happens to your food after you swallow it, and why I make sure I only eat low to medium starch carbohydrates after lunch!

Comments are cool!  Recipes rock!  So share and do both below!

About Jeanne Floresca - EFT & Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner

Jeanne Floresca is a Certified Matrix Reimprinting & EFT Practitioner and helps people find health, happiness, and love through self-healing. She also loves to write about ageless living, natural beauty, and mindful wellness. Find her at InspireYouthful.com or MatrixLoveCoach.com

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