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Dukan Diet Recipes - Fish and Seafood

The Dukan Diet is one of the most popular diet and lifestyle plans of 2010 and as it says on the cover "Five million French People can't be wrong".


This Dukan Diet Recipes - Fish and Seafood hub is one of my five Dukan Diet Recipes hubs.

Dukan Diet Recipes is the capstone hub in which you will find all of the recipes listed.

The other hubs in which the recipes are detailed are

Dukan Diet Recipes - Poultry

Dukan Diet Recipes - Meat

Dukan Diet Recipes - Starters and Desserts

Here is a list of the Dukan Diet Recipes for Fish and Seafood that I have put together. The list is quite short as I much prefer meat and poultry to fish but I do try hard to eat at least two servings a week because I know the Omega 3 is good for me.

Baked Salmon Fillets

Three-pepper tuna

Spicy Sauté Shrimps

Shrimps Sauteed in Herbs

Baked Mussels

Dukan Diet Recipe - Baked Salmon Steaks

Photo courtesy of by James Bowe on Flickr

Photo courtesy of by James Bowe on Flickr

Baked Salmon Steaks

Baked Salmon Steak is one of the simplest fish recipes you could have to follow.  All you have to do is

Take one piece of foil large enough to wrap your fish in

Place a couple of lemon slices on the foil

Put your salmon steak on top of the lemon slice

Sprinkle lightly with freshly ground black peeper

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Wrap the salmon in the foil

Bake in a moderate oven until cooked

Dukan Diet Recipe - Three Pepper Tuna

Photo adapted from an original by Paul Dubois on Flickr

Photo adapted from an original by Paul Dubois on Flickr


This hub is written to provide recipes for the Dukan Diet to help anyone on the diet or who is thinking about starting Dr Pierre Dukan's highly successful weight loss formula the Dukan Diet. This diet is based around the principles of eating a diet which is low in carbohydrate but high in protein.

If you would like a better understanding of the Dukan diet and lifestyle program you may find my hub about the Dukan Diet useful. You may also find my hub The Pros and Cons of the Dukan Diet of interest.

Please remember that this article and my other articles about the Dukan Diet are written to provide general information and they are not intended nor should they be taken as a recommendation or endorsement of the Dukan Diet. Anyone with medical problems of any nature should see and consult a doctor before embarking on any diet or exercise program and even if you have no known health problems, it is still advisable for you to consult your doctor before you make any major changes to your lifestyle.

Three Pepper Tuna

(Serves 2)

700g (1lb 9oz) tuna steak.
1 red pepper.
1 green pepper.
1 yellow pepper.
Juice of 1-2 lemons.
2 garlic cloves, crushed.
Sea Salt.

Wash, de-seed and halve peppers. Grill for 5 minutes, then to make peeling them easier place in a plastic bag for 10 minutes.

Next cut into strips and gently dry fry for a few minutes over a moderate heat in a non-stick frying pan with a little water in the bottom.

Season the tuna and fry in a non stick pan until cooked.

Mix together lemon juice, garlic and peppers.

When the tuna is cooked, allow to cool then marinate it with the peppers in a cool place for 2-3 hours. Serve cold.

Dukan Diet Recipe - Spicy Saute Shrimps

Photo courtesy of FotoosVanRobin on Flickr

Photo courtesy of FotoosVanRobin on Flickr

Spicy Saute Shrimps

(Serves 2)

2lb shrimps, peeled, de-veined and rinsed

4 garlic cloves, crushed

1 cup sliced spring onions

1 finely chopped red chilli

2fl oz dry white wine (allowed in Cruise Phase)

In a non-stick frying pan on medium heat, add the shrimps, garlic, spring onions, chilli and wine. Sauté until the shrimps are pink. Serve with fresh green salad.

Shrimps Sauteed with Herbs

(Serves 2)

2lb shrimps, peeled, de-veined and rinsed

4 garlic cloves, crushed

1oz fresh parsley, chopped

2fl oz dry white wine (Allowed in Cruise Phase)

1 lemon, cut in half

In a non-stick frying pan on medium heat, add the shrimps, garlic, parsley and wine. Sauté until the shrimps are pink. Serve with fresh lemon.

Baked Mussels

(Serves 4)

3½ pints of mussels, scrubbed and rinsed
1 large glass of dry white wine
3 eggs
1 tablespoon non-fat fromage frais
1oz chopped fresh parsley
Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper

First, preheat the oven to 230°C/450°C/Gas 8.

Place the mussels and white wine in a large saucepan

Cover with a lid and steam for a couple of minutes on a high heat until the mussels open.

Remember that you must throw away any mussels which fail to open.

Drain the liquid into a strainer, then while still warm, mix in the eggs, fromage frais and parsley with some salt and black pepper.

Remove mussels from shells

Place the mussels in individual ramekins equally dividing with the mixture into each container and bake in the oven for 10 minutes.

If you haven't got individual ramekin dishes just use a souffle dish or something along similar lines.

Serve immediately!


Amber Allen (author) on November 17, 2012:

Hi Sheila

You're very welcome!


sheila on November 15, 2012:

thanks for sharing

Amber Allen (author) on October 17, 2011:

Hi Adrienne

Here is a recipe. The wine and soy sauce are tolerated items which you can have in the Cruise Phase.


Adrienne on October 16, 2011:

I was craving some littleneck clams on the grill so I bought some figuring I'd google a recipe, and I can't find a Dukan recipe! Someone please help!

Amber Allen (author) on September 26, 2011:

Hi liz

No they are not the same thing. Dr Dukan is very particular about using oat bran.


liz on September 26, 2011:

is really fine milled oatmeal same as bran ?

Amber Allen (author) on September 05, 2011:

Hi Allcorina

You could try eating sugar free jello or fat free yogurts and need to make sure that you are drinking enough fluids as these help fill you up.


Allcorina on September 04, 2011:

Hello everyone i have a problem i am eating a lot breakfast cotagge cheese with oat turn an egg Lunch chicken with pepperoni and onion after a boll of 0 fat and sugar after a tomato soupe with turkey meat then a carrot after a coke 0 then a pudding of low fat milk and eggs and I am still hungry plea help meeee

camdjohnston12 on August 13, 2011:

Fantastic recipes! Thanks for sharing.

Amber Allen (author) on July 12, 2011:

Hi jh1439

You aren't allowed soy milk in the Attack Phase unless you are following the vegetarian version. In the Cruise Phase you can have one glass per day as one of your additional tolerated items but protein powder is something which is not approved of by Dr Dukan as he believes you need to eat real food to retain your eating habits.


jh1439 on July 12, 2011:


Amber Allen (author) on June 05, 2011:

Hi Louise

I'm really pleased to be able to help. You might also like the recipes and information that I've provided on my site

Good luck with the diet.


Louise on June 05, 2011:

I'm starting Dukan tomorrow and have really enjoyed looking at your recipe ideas. I thought I might struggle because I don't eat red meat but I'm looking forward to trying the chicken, ham and egg meals. Thanks for posting!

Leighsue on April 29, 2011:

Thanks for these recipes. I will try them.

Leighsue on April 29, 2011:

Thanks for these recipes. I will try them.

Amber Allen (author) on March 22, 2011:

Thanks for commenting. We should all make the effort to eat more wild fish.


Amber Allen (author) on December 01, 2010:

Hi Audrey

Salmon is such a great food not only does it taste good it does you good. Wild salmon might be more expensive but it tastes so much better too.


Audrey Hunt from Pahrump NV on November 30, 2010:

Hi there Amber - You have come up with my favorite recipe - salmon! I prefer wild and not farmed as the health benefits are well worth a pricier cut. Thanks for introducing me to the Dukan Diet. Great eating! :-)

Amber Allen (author) on October 11, 2010:

Thanks prasetio. We all should eat more seafood. I'm glad that you think my Dukan Diet Recipes - Fish and Seafood hub are delicious.


prasetio30 from malang-indonesia on October 09, 2010:

Seafood is my favorite. I am glad you put this on you bukan diet menu. It must be delicious one. Thank you so much for share these recipes. I'll show this to my mom. You made me hungry, Amber. Good work again and Vote up.


Amber Allen (author) on September 30, 2010:

As I've said I'm not a great fish eater but as I know it's good for me I make a special effort to eat it at least twice a week.

As you can eat any type of fish on the Dukan Diet I felt it important to provide some Dukan Diet recipes for fish and seafood. Variety in your diet is so important in keeping motivated.


Katie McMurray from Ohio on September 30, 2010:

Sounds wonderful, we like shrimp and spicy food so this one is def a winner. I look forward to using the great Dukan Diet Recipes with the use of fish and seafood. Seafood is always a great and healthy choice! I'm loving this great series of Dukan Diet Recipes and tips on cooking Dukan Diet Style. This makes it easy to stay focused and engaged on the Dukan Diet. Thank you!

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