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Technics on how to cook salmon
Few foods pack a bigger nutritional punch than salmon it’s rich in protein, heart-helping omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamin D.
Teriyaki Salmon With Zucchini
Six ingredients make a tangy Asian dinner. You’ll get vitamin C and fiber from the zucchini, plus plenty of filling protein from the salmon. Ingredients: Low-sodium teriyaki sauce, salmon, sesame seeds, zucchini, scallions, canola oil Calories: 376
Pappardelle With Asparagus and Salmon
Salmon adds healthy protein to this easy pasta dish. Reduced-fat sour cream provides a creamy base without any saturated fat. Ingredients: Salmon, salt, black pepper, olive oil, pappardelle, shallot, asparagus, vegetable broth, frozen peas, reduced-fat sour cream, green onions, fresh mint, fresh dill, lemons Calories: 504
Skillet Salmon & Parmesan Potatoes
The omega-3 fatty acids in the salmon have metabolism-boosting properties. This dish also features Resistant Starch, a fat-fighting carbohydrate, from the potatoes and fiber in the greens. Ingredients: Salmon fillet, cooking spray, potatoes, Parmesan cheese, mixed salad greens, tomatoes, balsamic vinaigrette, lemons, salt, and pepper Calories: 410
Smoked Salmon Pizza
This pizza combines rich cream cheese with savory smoked salmon for a new take on pizza. The dill, red onion, and capers complete this Mediterranean dish. Ingredients: Refrigerated pizza dough, low-fat cream cheese, fresh dill, lemons, smoked salmon, capers, red onion Calories: 300 You can read more salmon recipes @ health.com