Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Quick and Easy Baked Salmon with Vegetables

Not only is salmon delicious (if you like fish), but is is high in protein, omega 3 fatty acids, Vitamin's A, B, D, B6, E and more! We haven't had salmon for a while simply because the price is not right! This month I decided to budget frozen wild Alaskan salmon, and create a recipe that would be of minimal effort. Fish in general is pretty easy to make and I usually use just a little bit of olive oil and rosemary and it always turns out great. Here is what I did this time.

First, I cut two large pieces of tin foil and laid it out flat on a baking sheet. On each piece of foil, I placed 1 frozen (not thawed) piece of salmon and drizzled melted coconut oil on them. Sprinkle a tiny bit of salt on the salmon.

Next, I sliced red potatoes (1 potato for each foiled fish) with the skin still on it because the skin is the most nutritious part of the potato. The skin from the red potato is packed with fiber, vitamins and minerals. place it in a bowl.

Use about 1/2 -1 cup of frozen broccoli (I use frozen because I do not want to over cook the broccoli and make it mushy). Mix the broccoli in with the potatoes and add lemon/pepper mix seasoning to taste. 

Now add the broccoli and potatoes to the foil packet. Carefully fold seal the packet shut, making sure that all corners are closed. Place the baking tray in a preheated oven and remove an hour later. It literally takes 5-7 minutes to prep the meal and it was light, and delicious, even my 11 month old liked it.

Quick and Easy Bake Salmon with Vegetables Recipe

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