Salmon 5 Ways
If you want to protect yourself against heart disease and improve your cholesterol levels, try adding more salmon to your diet.
Salmon is an oily fish with high levels of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamin D, all of which are vital for a healthy diet. The NHS recommends that most people should eat at least two portions of fish a week, one of which should be oily fish.
We take a look at five new and exciting ways that you can prepare salmon and enjoy it throughout the week to get the most from this wonder-seafood.
The Healthy Breakfast
Incorporate fresh smoked salmon into your favourite fluffy omelette recipe to add vital vitamins and get a healthy boost.
This Tenderstem Smoked Salmon Omelette recipe would be perfect for a late breakfast at the weekend. The combination of eggs, cream cheese, herbs, Tenderstem broccoli and salmon make it a very tasty way to start the day.
The Light Lunch
Quick, easy and delicious – this recipe is everything we want in a salad.
A great blend of flavours combine here for a moreish lunch or light starter; the asparagus and horseradish offer kick and crunch, while the silky smoked salmon is fresh and filling.
Try it laid out on a chunk of granary bread for a Scandinavian-style open sandwich.
A Delicious Dinner
This Moroccan crusted salmon with asparagus, rocket and preserved lemon salad is a delicious recipe for dinner.
It takes just twenty minutes to put together and has a beautiful blend of rich, aromatic flavours that complement the salmon and salad perfectly.
An Autumnal Treat
Asparagus, salmon and pumpkin rice bowl is a deliciously warming dish for those cool autumnal nights.
Easy to prepare, packed with goodness and oh so tasty!
An Oriental delight!
A warming noodle fish dish with the addition of tasty pickled radish.
Quick, satisfying and full of flavour this interesting flavour combo really works!
What’s your favourite salmon recipe?