Thanks to its high Omega-3 fatty acid content, salmon is by and large considered one of the superfoods you should really eat more of. And why not? It’s a fat-busting food not only because it fills you up fairly quickly, but also because it gives your metabolism a boost so your body burns more calories.
Apart from that, it’s high in vitamins B12, D, B3, and B6, among other nutrients. Regular consumption of salmon has also been associated with a decreased risk of cancer as well as several cardiovascular and even neurological benefits.
But eating plain old grilled or broiled salmon can be boring, and too much raw salmon, which is what you’d get in sashimi and sushi, might not be too healthy, especially if you’re expecting. So how can you keep this healthy fish delish and have it weekly or even a few times a week without getting sick of it?
We’ve compiled a few video demos for you to follow.
1. Pan Seared Salmon with Lemon Butter Sauce
2. Salmon Fillets with Creamy Cucumber Dill Sauce
3. Balsamic Glazed Salmon Fillets
4. Dijon Herb Broiled Salmon
5. Spicy Yogurt Baked Salmon
6. Pan-Fried Salmon with Spanish Rice and Cilantro Oil
7. Salmon Fillet with Coconut Risotto and Lemongrass
8. Miso Salmon
9. Steamed Ginger Salmon
10. Grilled Salmon with Mango Salsa
11. Seared Salmon with Sauteed Spinach and Mushrooms
12. Gordon Ramsay’s Crispy Salmon with Crushed New Potatoes
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