Salmon is a great protein for spices and Garam Masala is one of my favourite mixes. This is a really easy way to spice up a weeknight meal and boost your nutrition.
Raw Brussel Sprouts become this incredible salad with just a few dressing ingredients. I serve it with smoked salmon because they pair beautifully.
Smoked Salmon has such a fantastic flavour you don’t need much more to make this pasta dish sing. It’s somehow light and comforting at the same time.
One of my depression-fighting favourites is salmon and tinned salmon still has the nutrients that protect and improve brain function. Tinned Salmon Fishcakes are a great way to use up leftover mash.
My love-affair with salmon continues with this ode to Canada and its majestic fish. Baked Maple Salmon is as beautiful as it is delicious and very simple to cook.
Spinach and Strawberry Salad with Salmon is one of my favourite ways to give my iron levels a boost. The balsamic dressing has a great consistency and sweet, tangy flavour.
Salmon is a powerhouse of post-natal nutrition. It’s loaded with nutrients that protect and improve brain function. Oh, and this dish has crispy salmon skin and slurpy noodles so it’s amazing!
My love affair with crispy salmon skin continues with this simple and delicious dish. I find it restorative to eat in December to balance out the richer foods I inevitably eat. Broth, crispy skin and soft salmon…. what more could you want?
Artichoke, Spinach and Cannellini Bake has a great dose of iron, protein and calcium covered in a delicious cheese sauce. My perfect kind of dish.
Homemade sushi is easier to make than you might expect. I make it about once a month and everyone helps out. Give it a go and you might surprise yourself.