Pita Bread Shrimp Sandwich

I got inspired to try this recipe a few days ago because I remembered one of my friends telling me about a greek yogurt cucumber dill deep that she made, so I decided to give it a try but add a little extra protein in my meal…. So here it is!


  • Greek yogurt
  • Cucumber (cut in little dices)
  • Dill (I suggest using it fires if you can)
  • Pita bread
  • Shrimp (cooked and peeled)
  • Cilantro
  • Salt and pepper to taste

It’s really easy to make, just mix together the greek yogurt, dill, cucumber with a little bit of salt and pepper, while you toast the pita bread. To finish it spread the dip into the pita bread, stuff it with the shrimp and add a little bit of cilantro in the top.




Prosciutto, fig and blackberry salad

Ok people I think this is one of the best salads I have ever made! It has so many rich and complex flavors  that you might feel a bit overwhelmed by its deliciousness!

For this type of recipes I like to have the best quality ingredients, so you can really enjoy all the flavors and the combination of ingredients.

For this salad I used: ( 1 portion)

  • About 3 slices of prosciutto
  • 2 green figs, sliced in quarters
  • 6 blackberries
  • Spinach
  • 1 or 2 tbs of goat cheese
  • Balsamic glaze
  • Honey

I made a bed of spinach and on top of it I put the prosciutto, figs and blackberries, then I sprinkled the goat cheese and to finish it I drizzled with the balsamic glaze and honey. (you could add a touch of salt and pepper)

Bon appétit!


Flank Steak with roasted vegetables

For the past year I’ve only been eating red meat once a week, don’t get me wrong I love a juice steak, but I rather cook on the lighter side during the week and save the steak for when I go out. However once in a while I do cook red meat like this flank steak.

I like cooking flank because it cook really fast and it has almost no fat, if you buy a good piece. For this meal I seasoned it with salt and pepper, nothing else, and I prepared a herb butter, for which I just mixed about 1 tbs of quality butter with garlic, parsley and rosemary. To cook the meat, you want to have a medium to high grill and if you like your meat medium rare like me, you on;y cook it about 7 – 8 min per side.

As a side dish I prepared some oven roasted vegetables, in this case, red onion, summer squash, zucchini, read and yellow bell pepper. I seasoned it with a bit of olive oil, salt and butter. Make sure that all the vegetables are very well coated with the oil, so they won’t stick together or to the baking dish. To cook them, just put them in the oven at 400 F for about 20 min.

Enjoy! let me know how it goes for you!

Shrimp Salmon asian salad

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This is a salad that I make very often, because of how simple it is to prepare.


  • Raw salmon
  • Shrimp
  • Avocado
  • Spinach or any other green you have
  • Mango (optional)
  • For the sauce: Peanut butter (just a bit), sesame oil, fresh ginger and lemon

Just mix it all together and enjoy it!


Tropical Salmon Ceviche

Last sunday I went to an asian restaurant in Key Biscayne with a friend and she ordered this asian inspired tuna ceviche that had mango, and it was so delicious that I tried to replicate the recipe.

Since I didn’t have tuna I decided to do it with salmon. This recipe is so fresh and tasty that I did it twice this week! It’s really quick to make and you can have it as an appetizer, lunch or dinner. If you have a freezer at work you can even have it for lunch, just use two separate containers, one for the salmon and another one for the rest, and just mix it al lunch time.

First I chopped in small cubes all the vegetables (red onion, red and green bell pepper) and the mango, I put it all in the same bowl along with some fresh cilantro and some garlic, afterwards I added 1/4 lime juice, ponzu sauce and some hot sauce. I left this mix in the freezer while I was cutting the salmon into cubes of about 1 inch and put it in the freezer as well.

To make my meal a little more complete, since I had it for lunch, I made jasmine rice, I really like the aroma while it cooks, it’s like being transported to asia.

As a last step I tried to make a little tower with all the ingredients but it didn’t come out properly, however it was delicious. My ceviche had a bed of jasmine rice, then the chopped vegetables and on the top salmon.

The reason I don’t like to mix the salmon with the rest of the ingredients it’s because I like to eat raw, and the lime of the vegetables will cook it if you leave for a while.

I hope some of you try this recipe! One of my favorites.

Salmon and shrimp tartare

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I always like to buy at least 2 lbs of salmon, cut it into individual portions and freeze it, that way I always have some in hand for when I don’t really feel like cooking an elaborate meal.

I made this tartare for dinner with my boyfriend, we are both trying to lose a little weight and this recipe it’s perfect to have for dinner because it’s very light and very tasty.

For this I used: Raw salmon, cooked shrimps (the ones you buy in the store that come frozen already peeled), red onion, cilantro, soy sauce, fish sauce and little bit of hot sauce, and I topped it with a few slices of kiwi for decoration.