WILD CAUGHT SALMON RECIPES
WILD CAUGHT SALMON RECIPES
Wild caught salmon recipes. Citrus Salmon. Quick, healthy dinner option. Low-calorie for weight loss. Easy recipe for adding more Omega-3 EFAs in your diet.
QUICK & EASY CITRUS SALMON
- 1 Pound Wild-caught Salmon, cut into 4 filets
- 2 Oranges, thinly sliced, see note
- 3/4C Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice, see note
- 2T Fresh Squeezed Lime Juice
- 2T Virgin, Unrefined Coconut Oil, melted or Olive Oil
- 1t Lemon Zest – dried or 1T fresh Lemon Zest
- 1T Coconut or Palm Sugar or use Raw Honey or Pure Maple Syrup
- Coarsely Ground Himalayan Salt
- 1/4t Chipotle Pepper or Cayenne Pepper or Chili Powder
- Optional—1 small bunch of fresh Thyme sprigs as garnish
- Optional—fresh Lemon wedges for serving
DIRECTIONS—preheat oven to 450º. Slice two oranges into very thin slices, discard ends, and set aside. Squeeze orange and lime with a citrus juicer. Measure out 1/4 cup fresh orange juice and 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice and add to a small glass bowl along with the lemon zest. Whisk in melted coconut oil or olive oil and sweetener of choice, along with salt and pepper. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Using a basting brush, brush one side of each of the salmon filets with the citrus mixture then arrange filets on top of parchment paper. Brush tops of salmon with the citrus mixture. Top with orange slices as shown. Brush tops of oranges with the citrus mixture. Optional, wash sprigs of fresh thyme. Tear off a few of the bottom leaves of each sprig. Sprinkle on top of orange slices. Reserve fresh sprigs and top orange slices after cooking and just before serving. Using a coarse grinder, grind some Himalayan salt on top of each filet. Bake 10 to 12 minutes or until salmon is cooked through. Optional—top with fresh sprigs of thyme and serve with lemon wedges.
WHAT MAKES SALMON A SUPER FOOD?
Wild-caught Sockeye Salmon is a super food because of its omega-3 fatty acid content. Studies show that omega-3 fatty acids promote cardiovascular health. The American Heart Association recommends eating fatty fish like salmon and other Omega-3 rich foods, twice a week. Incorporate wild-caught salmon recipes into your diet to improve cardiovascular health. Salmon is high in protein but low in calorie. It’s also a good source of iron. You can simply grill or bake it, top it with salsas or other low-fat sauces, or serve it on top of salad greens. If you don’t like salmon or are on a plant-based diet, check out all of the other Omega-3 rich super foods in this issue, like Sacha Inchi or Savi Seeds, Brazil Nuts, Walnuts, Pumpkin Seeds or Papitas, Hemp Hearts, Hemp Protein, and Chia Seeds.
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Tags – Wild caught salmon recipes. Citrus Salmon. Quick, healthy dinner option. Low-calorie for weight loss. Easy recipe for adding more Omega-3 EFAs in your diet.