I must say that I’m proud of my family and myself, for making sure we eat as clean as possible. This clean eating had me experimenting with many different spices, fruits and vegetables. It helps when you have an insurance company that help’s you along your clean eating journey as well. I have a health coach, which was provided my insurance company call and check in with me, provides recipes. This recipe is what I received in my email, so I was like heck; I’ll try it out.
I also learned that citrus is a superfood, by offering us a boost of nutrients with a few calories. It also, have a lot of different nutrients, including potassium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin c and several b vitamins. Who knew a grapefruit can have so much power.
This is a list of your power house when it comes to citrus, oranges, limes, lemons, grapefruits, kumquats and clementines. I made it an effort to have at least one citrus in my breakfast smoothie. The last week was all about grapefruit and it was delicious.
This recipe exceeds my family and my taste buds and will be making this again.
Peel grapefruit and section. Reserve the juice. Place juice in a pot and add olives, sugar, and crushed red pepper. Bring to a boil and simmer until reduced by half and syrupy, about 5 to 15 minutes.
Remove from heat and cool. Cut grapefruit sections into thirds and place in bowl. Add parsley, green onions, salt and ground black pepper to bowl. Pour cooled syrup and toss lightly. Don't mash the grapefruit. Let sit for 30 minutes for flavors t blend.
Season each fillet with salt and pepper. In a medium hot pan, drizzle oil and pan sear each piece of fish for 3 minutes on each side until cooked through. Top fish with grapefruit salsa
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