From fillets to fat bombs, there are countless ways to prepare salmon for yourself or the entire family. Here are some meal ideas to try.
Rich in protein and omega-3 fatty acids, salmon is a flexible ingredient in any healthy meal plan. From fillets to fat bombs, there are countless ideas on how to prepare it for yourself or the entire family. Here’s a list of delectable recipes we’ve gathered.
Whether you are hosting a party or just looking for snack ideas for your kids, you can rely on this filling recipe. Even non-kitchen experts can whip this up in about five minutes. Serve this with sliced cucumbers or low-carb crackers to ditch the carbs.
This recipe gives you another smart idea for entertaining guests (and by smart, we mean stress-free preparation of a nutritious meal). Apart from salmon and eggs, this platter comes with colorful veggies, so it’s a complete meal if you decide to have this for dinner on a lazy night. This platter goes well with Everything Bagel seasoning, which you can make or buy pre-made at your grocery store.
If you need an easy main course, this is your go-to recipe. The salmon cakes do not frustrate with its flavor and nutrition. You can have it with some green salad, use it as a replacement for your meat-loaded patty, or add to your sandwich filling. If you’re on the go, you can double the ingredients and store the leftovers in a refrigerated airtight container until served.
Fat bombs are like energy balls made from high-fat low-carb ingredients, but adding some protein into the mix makes it tastier and heartier too. Case in point, these salmon fat bombs. To make this, combine the ingredients, roll them into balls, and coat with bagel seasoning.
If you’re looking for another meatless replacement for the classic potato gratin, this recipe is worth giving a try. It uses a trick that makes the salmon so soft it melts in your mouth. All the ingredients complement well, and they come together for a creamy, satisfying dish.
Smoked salmon, avocado and herb cream cheese — if this recipe’s three main ingredients don’t make you drool, wait until you see how pretty these rolls look. They taste better if served chill, so make them in advance and refrigerate them in a tightly sealed container for up to three days before serving. Garnish with dill for better flavor.
What’s your favorite salmon dish? Share your recipe with us in the comments.