Dr. Valentin quick recipes!

After raising 3 kids on the go with various food allergies, I learned to make quick, gluten, dairy, and soy free meals that are tasty and nourishing with a prep time of 10 min or less.

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Easy Salmon

Use Wild caught salmon only as farm raised salmon is contaminated with environmental toxins.  If it says Atlantic Salmon this is not wild caught! Salmon should have a name, like Coho, King, Sockeye, Silver, Pink.

 

Salmon is easy to make.

You can either put a little bit of olive oil or coconut oil in the bottom of the casserole or about ¼ cup of white wine.

Put the salmon in the casserole, skin down.

Sprinkle some lemon pepper on top and you are ready to go!

Bake at 425 F for about 10 min.

Serve with steamed or raw vegetables, lemon wedges and parsley.

 

 

 

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Pan fried filet of sole

 

On one plate crack open an egg and stir/mix

On the 2nd plate, add about ¼ cup of gluten free breadcrumbs and ¼ cup gluten free flour.

Dip the file of sole in the egg, then in the breadcrumbs and flour.

Pan fry on medium heat about 3 min on each side until golden brown.

Serve with Lemon wedges, parsley, steamed and raw vegetables  

 

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Baked Chicken In Barbeque Sauce

 

Add some gluten free, soy free Barbeque sauce in the bottom of the casserole, next add the chicken. Add some salt and pepper then pour the rest of the barbeque sauce over it. Bake at 425 for about 20-30 min.  Serve with steamed or raw vegetables or on a gluten free bun with lettuce, tomatoes and onion. The leftovers make for great chicken salad.