Paleo Tuna Scramble Recipe

paleo tuna scramble recipeI have to admit I am not a big fish eater and I have to work hard to get 3 servings of fish into my diet every week. This Paleo Tuna Scramble recipe is one way I have found that easily incorporates fish into my diet that is both yummy and a powerhouse meal to start your day. It also makes an delicious lunch. I serve it over a bed of greens for both breakfast and lunch. That way I grab an extra serving of those important leafy greens as well.

Paleo Tuna Scramble Recipe

Ingredients:

3 oz canned tuna (1/2 can)

2 large eggs

1 tbsp water

1 cup baby spinach or chopped kale

1 clove garlic, minced

1 green onion, chopped

1 cup leaf lettuce for bedding

1 tsp flaxseed oil

Directions:

Heat a tbsp of oil in a heavy skillet and saute the garlic and tuna for a few minutes. Add the spinach or kale and cook until wilted. Beat the eggs with the water and pour into pan. Scramble until your desired texture. I like my eggs kind of dry so I cook it till most of the moisture is almost gone.

Place your leafy lettuce on a plate. Drizzle with a teaspoon or two of flaxseed oil (don’t cook this oil as it destroys it’s health properties). Top with your scramble and enjoy!

You can add any vegetables you like to this Paleo Tuna Scramble Recipe. Let me know your faves by leaving a comment below.

Nutrition Facts
Amount Per Serving: 1 serving (294g)
Calories
462.7
Fat
33.1
g
Saturated Fat
6.6
g
Polyunsaturated Fat
8.1
g
Monounsaturated Fat
16.8
g
Cholesterol
407.4
mg
Sodium
511
mg
Potassium
593.6
mg
Carbohydrate
3.9
g
Dietary Fiber
1.2
g
Sugars
0.8
g
Protein
36.1
g
Vitamin A
126
%
Calcium
12
%
Vitamin D
60
%
Thiamin
8
%
Niacin
59
%
Vitamin B6
30
%
Phosphorus
37
%
Selenium
144
%
Vitamin C
21
%
Iron
24
%
Vitamin E
35
%
Riboflavin
37
%
Vitamin B12
58
%
Manganese
22
%
Copper
9
%
Magnesium
16
%
Zinc
15
%

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