Salmon with Vegetables in a Spinach Sauce
Salmon is a flavorful, fatty fish that’s rich in heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Salmon is also a good source of vitamin D, which is important for healthy bones. The daily recommended value of vitamin D is 400 IU for adults and children ages 4 and older. A 3-ounce serving of salmon contains 570 IU of vitamin D. It’s not easy to find naturally-occurring vitamin D in a lot of foods (but you can also find it in fortified dairy and non-dairy milks) so salmon in vegetables is a great choice for most people to enjoy.
Salmon with Vegetable in a Creamy Spinach Sauce
The best Salmon with vegetables I have ever eat! with crispy vegetables in a creamy spinach sauce. Easy and fast to make. My favorite fish you'll love it. Looks amazing and taste even better. Everyone need to try, its easy and fast to make.
- 1 240g Salmon
- 0.5 Courgette
- 0.5 Leek
- 0.5 Broccoli
- 1 handful Spinach
- 1 Single cream
- 3 cloves Garlic
- 1 tbsp Butter
- 3 tbsp Flaked Almond
- 1 pinch Salt and Pepper
- 1 pinch Thyme
- Melt 0.5 tbsp of butter in a hot pot and put in crushed garlic and fry, add single cream and a large handful of spinach, boil. Add pinch of salt and pepper. Leave until it cools down a little bit and blend.
- Prepare vegetables, courgette and leek cut into small strips. Separate the broccoli heads leave it in a bowl for frying (I recommended roast your flaked almonds on dry frying pan taste much better).
- Melt another 0.5 tbsp of butter in a frying pan, and fry salmon turning on each side about 3-5 min. When its done put the fried salmon on a plate.
- On the same pan you have fried salmon fry vegetables for 5 minutes so that they are crispy if you like more softy fry little bit longer, add salt, pepper,thyme and almonds. Enjoy!
For spicy lovers add some chilli, instead of flaked almonds some nuts or sunflower seeds, you can also serve with rice, quinoa, or potatos. For me vegetables was enough to feed my tummy 🙂 Always buy the healthies salmon. If possible, choose wild salmon over farmed. Groups like Seafood Watch and the Environmental Defense Fund have put nearly all farmed salmon on their “red” or “avoid” list for multiple reasons. Many farms use crowded pens where salmon are easily infected with parasites, may be treated with antibiotics and can spread disease to wild fish (one reason Alaska has banned salmon farms).