We eat fish twice a week plus the occasional "other" seafood meal, and yes, it can get boring. Some options are pan-frying, making "burgers" or cakes, and poaching.
For tilapia burgers - chop the fish up in the food processor, add eggs and spices and fry in coconut oil (they can be coated in shredded coconut as well). Cilantro goes well with the white-fleshed fish, as do green onions and/or leeks. Tilapia seared in butter with green onions and garlic with a little lemon juice at the end is a staple for us.
Dill and asparagus go well with pink-fleshed fish. Sesame oil is a nice flavour with salmon and rainbow, as is Tamari. Steelhead or rainbow trout poached in tamari, rice wine vinegar, sesame oil with a little bit of orange juice adds some nice flavour.
The key for me to maintaining the Paleo diet is in using seasonings and herbs with all the dishes.
My suggestion is to just use your imagination and try some things - look up some recipes on line and use the Paleo-friendly ingredients and leave out the non-Paleo ingredients.
Edited by: EGALITAIRE at: 8/8/2012 (13:31)
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