This really fast and easy grain-free meal makes a perfect lunch or light dinner without heating up the kitchen in the heat of summer. These tuna stuffed avocados are sure to be a hit when served to guests!
By guest contributor Stephani Jenkins
2 ripe avocados
Sea salt and pepper, to taste
Ingredients for Tuna Salad:
One (5-ounce) can tuna, drained
1/8 cup tomato, diced
1/8 cup sweet peppers, diced
1/8 teaspoon chili powder
1/8 teaspoon cumin
1/2 teaspoon lime juice
Sea salt and pepper, to taste
Fresh cilantro, minced (optional)
Combine salad ingredients in a bowl with a fork. Cut avocados in half and discard seeds. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Spoon tuna salad into the cavities. If desired, garnish with cilantro and serve immediately.
Variation: Replace the diced sweet pepper with diced avocado and instead stuff a bell pepper with the tuna salad!
What do families on the GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) diet need more than anything?
A personal chef? Well, yes.
But what they need next is new ideas and inspiration for GAPS approved recipes!
That’s where The Nourished Kitchen, Farm-to-Table recipes for the Traditional Foods Lifestyle is a lifesaver. Jenny, of Nourished Kitchen, has put together this beautiful amazing cookbook with tons of inspirations for everything the GAPS foodie needs!
This 313 page cookbook contains inspiring recipes that are designed around what you can grow yourself at home or in a community garden, find at farmers markets, and source from local ranchers. Jenny uses healthy fats, proteins, and carbs to create beautiful dishes, and the pictures make you want to leave your cookbook propped open in the kitchen at all times (which I plan on doing!)
I love how Jenny combines flavors, just listen to the titles of some of these:
- Roasted Tomato Salad with Mint
- Horseradish, Apple, and Beetroot Relish
- Spiced Lentil Soup with Roasted Tomatoes
- Cider-brined Slow Roasted Chicken
- Lentils with Sausage and Mustard Greens
- Kohlrabi, Apple, and Pomegranate Slaw
- Pan-seared halibut with melted cherry tomatoes and tarragon
- Brine-pickled radishes with mustard seed and allspice
- Chicken liver pate with apples and sage
- Eggs poached in fiery tomato sauce
- Cucumber Salad with Dill and Kefir
These recipes are just fantastic! And while this isn’t specifically a GAPS-only cookbook, there are hundreds of recipes in here that are either GAPS friendly, or easily adaptable. And once you’re not on GAPS any more, there are delicious gluten free and gluten containing grain recipes that follow Dr. Natasha’s recommendation for diet of whole foods with lots of healthy animal fats to continue good gut health while healed.
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