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Grain-Free Chipotle Lime Salmon Cakes

September 19, 2016



Grain-Free Chipotle Lime Salmon Cakes

 

Gina’s grain-free crispy salmon cakes get a hefty punch of flavor from Primal Kitchen’s Chipotle Lime Mayo fried up in Primal Kitchen’s not-so-naughty Avocado Oil! Can you say ALL THE GOOD FATS, because these little fritters are loaded with them!

Not to mention, the clean ingredients make them completely Whole30 friendly! So, if you’re currently breaking into a cold sweat, thinking about what Whole30 friendly meal you will be cooking up for dinner (I’ve been there, believe me), look no further! These Grain-Free Chipotle Salmon Cakes are sure to satisfy your cravings while nourishing your bod like a boss.

Head on over to So…Let’s Hang Out to get the full recipe!

 


About Gina Eykemans 

Gina Eykemans is the writer, photographer, and recipe developer behind the gluten-free food blog So…Let’s Hang Out. She dishes up beautiful real food recipes with a side of real talk, honesty, and a heavy helping of humor.

Three years ago, Gina was diagnosed with Lyme Disease after more than a decade of searching for the root of her chronic health issues. She’s found that the food we eat greatly impacts how well we are able to heal from chronic disease, and strives to share recipes that are both nourishing and tasty, as she continues to make strides on her path to wellness. She shares bits and pieces of her health journey on her blog, aiming to be honest and candid about the ups and downs of living with a chronic condition.

When she’s not in the kitchen, you might find her chasing after her Golden Retriever, spending time with her husband, making questionable puns, filling her house up with plants, trying to practice yoga, nerding our over nutrition books and doodling pictures of polar bears onto the backs of her grocery receipts.

She firmly believes with her whole heart that food is love. She will cook you soup when your heart hurts, bake you cookies in time of celebration. But, whatever it is, she’s probably going to feed you.

You can check out more from Gina over on her blog www.soletshangout.com.

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