Salmon is enriched with Omega 3, a “good fat” that may reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes and more. It’s a good source of B12, Niacin and vitamin D and is not only good for your diet, it is also very easy to cook.
You’ll need about 15 minutes to cook this simple dish.
For seasoning, mix:
To complete the dish:
Steam any 2 vegetables of your choice. (e.g. broccoli, baby French beans, spinach)
Allow the salmon to cook on top of the chopped onions and garlic. To avoid overcooking the salmon, remove it from the stove when it’s just slightly underdone and allow the residual heat to finish the cooking. This will result in salmon that is cooked through but not dried out. Flaking indicates the salmon is becoming dry and overcooked.
Some people like to eat the crispy fish skin but I prefer to have it removed. The skin comes off easily while being cooked.
Squeeze a bit of lemon juice and add parsley and you’re all done!
Don’t forget to steam your vegetables before you start preparing the salmon dish. I like to add bits of Thai chili in my food for added spice. A