Who wouldn't like to enjoy a meal that is packed with lean protein, healthy and delicious? We know we would, which is why we have put together a list of 7 Simple Salmon Recipes To Improve Your Health!
Did you know that fish happens to be an excellent source of vitamin D, calcium, omega-3 fatty acids as well as protein? It sounds like we should be consuming a bit more seafood in our diets. Can you even imagine all of the delicious possibilities if you had a shipment of omega packed seafood land on your doorstep? Endless. But, let's get started with these 7 simple salmon recipes first.
This Ginger Garlic Grilled Salmon is the ultimate salmon dish — you won’t believe the amount of flavor that this boasts! Plus, this dish is ridiculously easy and quick to make.
This fresh and tropical Grilled Salmon Salad is as delicious as it gets. Toss your favorite spring greens in a grapefruit coconut salad dressing and top with bites of grapefruit, chopped almonds, a little dill, and spicy grilled salmon. It's a healthy lunch or dinner recipe that is gluten-free + paleo + Whole30 approved.
20 Minute Baked Pesto Salmon. Steamed in foil packs, this Paleo, low calorie, gluten free meal is a healthy twist on a dinner favorite! Gluten Free + Low Calorie + Paleo
A foolproof method to make simple pan seared salmon with the skin on! Serve with kale, sweet potato and avocado for a healthy and balanced macro bowl.
The sweet cherry tomatoes cook down with shallot, plenty of garlic, and a little balsamic. Finish it off with basil, and that’s it. The salmon is just really simply broiled with olive oil, oregano, and lemon zest.
Skillet Cranberry Balsamic Salmon! This ONE skillet roasted balsamic salmon infused with maple syrup & cranberries is a simple 30 minute sweet & pungent dinner.
A favorite quick and easy dinner is a tray of baked salmon served alongside a large salad or some stir-fried vegetables. For this delicious paleo meal, an orange infused teriyaki sauce is made, which works beautifully with fatty salmon.
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