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It’s delicious, yummy and actually one of the healthiest things you can eat. Want to know more about Salmon? Here’s some info for you!
Salmon are native to the North Altantic and Pacific Ocean. They are farmed however all over the world and are born in freshwater.
There are several varieties of Salmon . They include Altantic, Masu, Pink Sockeye and Cochu.
The benefits of eating Salmon are immense. It provides Vitamin B12, Vitamin D and an excellent source of Omega 3 fatty acids and protein
What is Lox?
Lox is brined Salmon. Traditonally smoked,it can be used on Sandwiches, with bagels and cream cheese. It’s traditionally smoked.
Did you know that salmon are called Fry when coming from their eggs. Also when Salmon are mirgrating upstream, did you know they don’t eat? Those are two facts about this fish.
Salmon Roasted in Butter
If you would like a fish dinner in a jib, then this dish is for you. Simply melt butter in a skillet, adda a salmon fillet, flip, remove the skin and let it cook for a few more minutes. Dinner is ready in 15 minutes
Marinated Salmon with Mango Kiwi Relish
Perfect dish for summer. Salty and sweet, this recipe is easy and takes only a few minutes to make. The salmon is marinaded with soy sauce, honey and olive oil.
Potato and Double Horseradish Salmon
The horseradish provides some heat along with the wasabi to this potato crusted delight. Also, it takes 10 minutes. Perfect for a quick, weeknight dinner.
Grilled Salmon with Tomato Salsa
This dish is delicious. If you want a spicy bite, add in some jalapenos. It’s simply grilled salmon fillets, tomaotes, avocado and more.
Want a healthy take on the traditional burger? Then try these burgers with a mexican flare due to the lime-cilantro mayonaisse sauce.
Smoked Salmon Thin Crust Pizza
The crust is a crispy cracker crust. This services four but also has cream cheese, capers, red onion, some fresh dill and cold-smoked salmon.
Slow Roasted Brown Sugar and Dill Cured Salmon
The slow roasting gives the fish a velvet texture. The salmone is roasted for over an hour at 175 degrees. The recipe includes fresh dill, light brown sugar and kosher salt. A sauce of low-calorie mayonaisse and dijon mustard complete the dish.