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I love meals where I can eat endless amounts of protein and feel the least bit guilty about it. A Paleo bowl is one my my favorite ways to get the protein in and be satisfied when i’m done with the meal. All while stuffing my face.

A Surf n' Turf Paleo bowl with Steak and Shrimp, over bell peppers, shallots, portabella mushroom, zucchini with a savory seasoning.

My about-to-pop-pregnant wife has anti-cravings when she’s pregnant, and its towards chicken, and steak needs to be fully cooked for her (blech!). So a steak and shrimp paleo bowl is a great meal to share since it has everything I love, and everything she loves all in one bowl/skillet/pan/whatever you’re serving it in.

A Surf n' Turf Paleo bowl with Steak and Shrimp, over bell peppers, shallots, portabella mushroom, zucchini with a savory seasoning.

So let’s talk about the shrimp for a second. Have you ever seen shrimp this gigantic?! They’re like mini-lobster tails, and eat like them too! When I worked at the meat department back in the day. I remember when we first started selling these 6-8 count tiger prawns, which are absolutely beautiful raw (they have a green and yellow striping on the shell).

A Surf n' Turf Paleo bowl with Steak and Shrimp, over bell peppers, shallots, portabella mushroom, zucchini with a savory seasoning.

I love to butterfly these tiger prawns, and coat them with butter, garlic and lemon while they grill, its my go to shrimp seasoning for the grill. Serve them along side some drawn butter and you have a treat that is better than lobster!

A Surf n' Turf Paleo bowl with Steak and Shrimp, over bell peppers, shallots, portabella mushroom, zucchini with a savory seasoning.

This paleo bowl (shock!) was done on the grill, but can be done on the stove as well with a skillet with a good grill pan. I used a grill pan on the grill to contain the vegetables and still allow them to get some grill marks and absorb the flavor of the barbecue.

A Surf n' Turf Paleo bowl with Steak and Shrimp, over bell peppers, shallots, portabella mushroom, zucchini with a savory seasoning.

I use portabella mushroom, broccoli, bell peppers, zucchini, and a serrano pepper to spice things up on the vegetable side, then seasoned with a little butter, soy sauce, garlic and pepper. The steak, shrimp, and vegetables can all cook in about the same amount of time, which makes this a really easy weeknight meal to serve up and share with the family..

Or just devour yourself!

 

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