I guarantee you it’s the only way you will ever make your salmon from now on. The sweet and tangy flavors blend together to give you this flavorful salmon.
Beside of having a quick meal, ready on your table within 20 mns, you will be enjoying a sustaining dish full of nutrients, such as the amazing omega-3, vitamin B3, B6 and B12, protein and vitamin D.
Bottom line, eating salmon makes you smarter and happier!
To make the glaze you will need:
- 1/2 cup balsamic vinegar
- 1 tbsp honey
- 1 tbsp brown sugar
- 2 tbsp Dijon mustard
- salt to taste
Mix all ingredients and bring to boil for 5 minutes to thicken.
Place 4 pieces of salmon (each 200g) skin-side down on the prepared baking sheet. Cooking in baking papers keeps the fish deliciously moist as it bakes in its own juices, minimal cleanup needed later and it’s definitely more healthy than aluminium foil.
Brush with the glaze, bake for 10 minutes in the oven on 200°C, brush again with the glaze then bake uncovered for 5 additional minutes, until the fish flakes easily with a fork and is cooked through.
Transfer to your plate, you will see the skin will remain easily on the baking paper, add the remaining glaze and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Serve with potatoes, rice or pasta. This quantity serves 4 people.
This tender, flaky and flavorful salmon will leave you basking in compliments from your loved ones!
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Introducing a fresh fruit to your simple leafy salad transforms it to a delicious and non ordinary dish.
Pomegranates, apples, oranges or strawberries pair well with cheese and nuts. Add any type of fruit you like, a handful nut of your choice or cheese and expect an interesting sweetness, that will go beautifully with the crunchiness of the vegetables.
it’s not just the delicious taste that will invite you to dig in but also the beautiful colors.
Here are 4 of my favorite salads that I prepare frequently:
Goat cheese and pomegranate salad
- Mix greens (rucola, frisée, boston)
- Goat cheese
Apple chevrette salad
- Red apple
- Chevrette cheese
Goat cheese and strawberries salad
- Mix greens (rucola, frisée, red romain)
- Goat cheese
Tangy crab salad
- Iceberg and romaine lettuce
- Shredded crab
These pretty salads could be served with balsamic or lemon mayo.
It’s a pleasure to the palate and the eye. Enjoy!
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Want to beat a hangover? Try this salad with beetroot.
Beetroots are known to be a hangover cure due to Beta cyanin, the pigment that gives its colour.
Beta cyanin is an antioxidant that speeds up detoxification in your liver, which enables your body to turn the alcohol into a less harmful substance that can be excreted quicker than normal.
This without forgetting that rocket is a detoxifying and pine seeds are an excellent source of energy. I would call this, a power salad!
- rocket leaves
- goat cheese
- pine seeds
You can have it with either balsamic sauce or lemon mayo.
I wish you a life full of energy!
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Tagged antioxidant, arugula, balsamic, beetroot, cooking, dinner, energy, goat cheese, hangover, healthy, jaymmy, lemon mayo, marmite et ponpon, pine seeds, power, recipe, rocket leaves, salad