This blackened fish was a great choice to balance the saltiness of the olives. I used my favorite blackening spice recipe for the fish. You can easily scale down this recipe and save the leftover spice blend for another use. These blackened fish tacos wrapped up in a lettuce leaf, topped with peach salsa and chipotle lime dressing were fresh. Our recipes are created using Paleo, Primal and Gluten-free guidelines.
A variety of spices are used to make this blackened salmon. After the spices get rubbed into the salmon fillets, the fish should marinate in the refrigerator for at least an hour, or up to overnight. This Paleo Blackened Salmon recipe is made with fresh, wild caught Sockeye Salmon and has bold, Cajun spices, is tender and juicy, and goes great with Paleo Garlic Mashed Sweet Potatoes.
And if you’ve gone to a paleo lifestyle, you’re eating more proteins than you’re probably used to. It usually only takes a couple more minutes, depending on the thickness of your meat or fish. Blackened Cajun Fish and Vegetables.