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Grilled Hawaiian Salmon with Shrimp Recipe

Grilled Hawaiian Salmon with Shrimp Recipe

If you’re looking for a delicious, easy to fix Salmon with shrimp recipe, look no further!  Imagine a grilled Hawaiian seafood dish with pineapples, jasmine rice, broccoli, and cheese…  The aroma is awesomely sweet, but the taste is even better!

I made this recipe up one night on my way to work and decided to try it out.  It turned out so delicious that I just had to share it with the world!

Salmon with Shrimp Recipe

Grilled Hawaiian Salmon with Shrimp Recipe

w/ Coconut Turmeric Brown Jasmine Rice and Broccoli & Cheese

per serving;

517 Calories / 17 g Fat / 50 g Carbs / 48.6 g Protein

Ingredients:

  • 4 ounce Pink Salmon with skin
  • 6 Jumbo raw Shrimp (deveined and peeled)
  • 1/4 cup pineapple chunks (fresh or canned)
  • 2 teaspoons minced garlic
  • Tamari Lite (to taste)
  • Lemon Pepper seasoning (to taste)
  • Olive Oil cooking spray
  • Butter or butter substitute

Sides:

Coconut Turmeric Jasmine Rice (90 seconds microwaveable); by Village Harvest

Brocolli & cheese (Green Giant Simply Steam; 50 calories per serving)

To Prepare:

Step 1:

Microwave the Green Giant Simply Steam Broccoli and cheese according to the directions (about 12 minutes).  While waiting for the broccoli and cheese to cook, turn on the griddle or whatever you choose to use.

Step 2:

Using a griddle, wok, or frying pan, melt butter or butter substitute over medium-high heat and add the salmon, shrimp, and pineapple (saving some of the juice).

Lightly pour Tamari Lite over the fish and shrimp.

Pour some of the pinapple juice over the fish and shrimp as it is cooking.

Sprinkle minced garlic over both the salmon and shrimp.

Sprinkle lemon pepper (optional), over the shrimp.

After simmering for about 5 minutes, flip everything over and repeat the earlier steps, adding more Tamari Lite, pineapple juice, and lemon pepper.

Step 3:

When the fish is tender and the shrimp are pink, turn the temperature down to low while you prepare the rice.

For the rice, I used Coconut Turmeric Brown Jasmine Rice (microwaveable; 90 seconds), by Village Harvest.

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Health Benefits from eating salmon

 

Health Benefits from Eating Salmon

If you didn’t already know, Salmon is packed with omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin B12, along with selenium and choline.  All of them are linked to improving brain function, cognition, and neurological health.  And lets not forget, salmon is a great source of protein! C

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Omega-3 fatty acids:

Omega-3 fats are considered “essential,” meaning fats that your body can’t create, but needs it for decreasing inflammation, lowering vlood pressure, reducing the risk of cancer and improving the function of the cells that line your arteries.

Vitamin B12:

Vitamin B12 can be found naturally in foods such as salmon, meat, milk, cheese, etc.  This wonderful vitamin creates stores of energy in the body that fuels your body’s many chemical reactions.

Selenium:

Selenium is a mineral the body needs only tiny amonts of, although it’s very important for protecting bone health, decreasing thyroid antibodies for those who suffer from thyroid disease, and may even reduce the risk of cancer.

Choline:

Choline is an essential nutrient made in small amounts from your liver, although the body needs more of it.  It’s primary benefits include healthy brain development, muscle movement, the nervous system, and boosting metabolism.

Protein:

Salmon is a very rich source of high-quality protein. Protein is an essential nutrient that you must get from your diet.

Protein helps provide energy for weight loss and endurance, protects bone health, aids in healing the body after injury, and maintaining muscle mass during the aging process.


Grilled Hawaiian Salmon with Shrimp

Authors Note

If you love seafood and enjoy this recipe, you may also like my recipe fo oven-baked salmon foil pack with shrimp.  It is just as delicious, but easier and more convientient to make!  Just wrap it all up in foil and  put it in the oven.  I love that recipe simply because it allows me time to do other things while I wait for dinner.

I hope you find this meal just as appealing as I did and share it with your family and friends.  I would love to know your thoughts and opinions about it.

Please leave me your comments down below.  I look forward to hearing from you.

About The Author

Devara

I live in North Carolina and I recently graduated in May 2017, from Davidson County Community College with a degree in Network and Cyber Security. I love working on websites and doing research which brings me here. I didn’t know much about fitness and everything involved in it to be fit. I soon realized that being in my 40’s and staying in shape is going to take a lot more work and support. That’s when I decided to build my website around my personal problem areas, with hopes that I will not only get rid of mine, but help others as well.

10 Comments

  1. Louise Barry-Taylor

    Hi Devara
    Yummy, Yum, Yum! I cannot wait to try this recipe, looks delicious! Thank you also for sharing the nutritional value of the meal – so important that we remember to feed our bodies’ needs and not just our taste buds.
    Blessings
    Louise

    Reply
    • Devara

      Hello Louise,
      I’m thrilled that you love the sounds of this recipe. It was really delicious and I enjoyed cooking it! I would love to know your thoughts about it if you give it a try.

      Best of health,
      Devara

      Reply
  2. Carla

    This looks and sounds so good! I’m the only one in my family who likes salmon (or fish of any kind really), so I don’t get to make it very often. But, I will keep this recipe saved for future use. Fish is so healthy and something we should all eat more of. Thanks for sharing this great recipe and video!

    Reply
    • Devara

      Hello Carla,
      I appreciate your feedback. I’m sorry to hear that your family do not like fish. Perhaps they would love a fresh salad for dinner one day? One of my favorite recipes is one I got from Noom’s weight loss program; Southwest Grilled Chicken Salad. Please let me know if you try it. I’d like to hear your thoughts about it.
      I’m glad you enjoyed my video as well and look forward to hearing from you again soon.

      Best of health,
      Devara

      Reply
  3. Jeff

    I just love learning about new recipes to add to my healthy living lifestyle, and I find it difficult to find many since I have so many food issues. I am forced to live on a gluten-free and dairy-free diet, so this makes finding a variety of meal plans very difficult for me so do you happen to have any recipes I could prepare with my special diet?

    Jeff

    Reply
    • Devara

      Hello Jeff,
      I’m glad you stopped by and commented on my post, although it’s not the type of foods you can eat. I am not very familiar with gluten-free and dairy-free diets. Fortunately, I haven’t had to be on any strict diets such as that before. I do have a friend that is on this type of diet and asked her for some suggestions. This recipe is one of her favorites!
      Beef and Broccoli Teriyaki Noodle Bowls.

      I hope you find the recipe interesting enough to give it a try. I would love to know your thoughts about it. Anything that has teriyaki in the recipe is an eyeopener for me!

      I look forward to hearing back from you in the near future.

      Best of health,
      Devara

      Reply
  4. Bob Hernandez

    That Looks and sounds amazing! Question, I’m living a ketogenic lifestyle and wondering how you calculated the macros. If I replace the soy sauce with Braggs Liquid Aminos andthe jasmine rice with cauliflower rice and omit the pineapple I think this might fit in my macros…thoughts?

    Reply
    • Devara

      Hello Bob,
      Thanks for your comment. To be honest with your, I have never tried the ketogenic diet. I’m not real familiar with counting macros, but from what I researched this means that your are counting protein, carbs, and fat. Is this correct?
      In this case, I use MyFoodDiary to get the nutrition facts of each food ingredient in my recipes. For this particular recipe, here is the breakdown per serving;
      48.6 grams of protein
      17 grams of fat
      50 grams carbs

      Here’s the link for MyFoodDiary;
      https://www.myfooddiary.com/

      It sounds like you have a very good handle on what you can eat and not eat. The substitutions you mentioned would probably taste great with this meal.
      I hope I helped and would love to know how it turns out for you. Please message me about the details if you try it and love it.

      Thanks so much!
      Devara

      Reply
  5. Jeff

    Thank you, Devara

    It was so sweet of you to go to the trouble for me, I was not aware teriyaki noodles were something I am able to eat. I will have to check them out and the recipe as soon as I can.

    I wish you and your family to be safe and healthy,
    Jeff

    Reply
    • Devara

      You’re quite welcome! I’m glad to help. Let me know if you do try the recipe and enjoy it. I may have to give it a try as well.

      I wish you and your family to be safe and healthy too! Stay indoors as much as possible while we struggle through COVID-19. I just recently published a review for “Immune Defence” that can help build up the immune system, making it easier to fight diseases and infections.

      Best of health,
      Devara

      Reply

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