Need more omega-3s? Salmon is a tasty way to get them, especially when it’s tossed with tender pasta shells, sweet green peas and a zesty balsamic-Dijon dressing! Use sustainably-caught, Alaskan canned salmon for rich flavor and easy prep. Once the pasta is cooked, just combine what’s left on the ingredients list, chill and serve.
The Paleo diet is based on the theory that our bodies haven’t significantly changed since the Stone Age. As a result, advocates say that optimal health can be achieved by eating the foods enjoyed by the hunter-gatherer tribes who flourished during the Paleolithic era. One of the key benefits of this plan: You eliminate processed foods, so that you’re following a clean eating program, thereby avoiding potentially dangerous ingredients in processed foods such as high fructose corn syrup and white flour. In addition, you benefit from healthy fats in foods such as salmon, olive oil and nuts.
A fresh piece of wild salmon needs just a touch of…nothing! It really doesn’t get any easier than this. A dollop of healthy coconut oil imparts a tropical flavor and whole peppercorns give it some pop. Served with a side of blanched asparagus, it’s a balanced meal, ready in less than twenty minutes.
Dress up ordinary baked salmon with a tangy lemon-balsamic glaze and a dash of fresh marjoram. Nestled on a bed of sweet zucchini and thinly sliced Vidalia onions, this salmon entrée is a complete, healthy meal you can make in less than 30 minutes.
Whether you’ve just finished fileting your fresh catch or you’re looking for a recipe to share with your friends in the city, fish is a dish that goes right along with the light tastes of summertime. Pair this recipe with your garden-fresh vegetables — or your recent pickings from the local farmers market — and you’ve got a lunch that is sure to perk up your tastebuds.
This recipe is courtesy of award-winning chef Oonagh Williams of Royal Temptations Catering. Read more →
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Looking for a great Mother’s Day gift? This Asian-inspired gift “basket” is perfect for gourmet moms, or any mom who likes to cook.
Purchase a wok (or large, heavy-bottomed skillet) to use as a basket. Fill it with elegant chop sticks, wooden stir-fry utensils, curry and five spice mixes, packaged udon noodles, rice vinegar, coconut milk, fish sauce, roasted red chili paste and sesame oil.
Print my recipe for Salmon and Veggie Stir-Fry on a card and tuck it in the wok, then tie a bow around the handles with colorful ribbon.
Or, just invite Mom over for dinner and make this quick, easy and delicious meal she’s sure to love!
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