You ever had the feeling that you paid too much for an item after you bought it? That’s exactly the way I felt after buying some salmon filet at WholeFoods last week. I usually get my salmon somewhere else but they are too small, I wanted thicker salmons so I settled for WholeFoods Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon fillet for $11.99 (12 oz). They had better taste good, and boy! I do not regret the $11.99.
Fish is a healthy protein that you should eat at least 3 times a week. The best ones to have are
- mahi mahi
SimpleChef will help you incorporate fish the clean eating style. For this recipe you need
- 4 salmon fillet
- 2 medium sweet potato baked and diced with skin
- 2 medium English cucumber
- 1 tsp of white wine vinegar
- 1/2 tsp stevia
- a mandolin slicer. I’ve had the Oxo good grip one for 5 years now and swear by it.
- olive oil cooking spray
- salt and pepper
- other seasoning of choice for the fillet
- non-stick pan
Step 1: Sprinkle the salmon fillet with salt, pepper, other seasoning and let it seat for a few minutes.
Step 2: remove some of the cucumber skin and slice them into ribbon style. Sprinkle salt and pepper over it and let it seat for a few minutes. Spray cooking spray on your pan and heat it over medium toss in the cucumber and let it saute for 2 minutes. Add the vinegar and salt and toss for another minute and set it aside.
Step 3: Spray some more cooking spray – 5 quick spray is 1 serving – and let it heat over medium. Cook the salmon for 5 minutes on each side.
The entire meal should yield 4 servings divided equally and
Voila le poisson succulent!