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Salmon Salad

Salmon Salad Recipe and Photography by amormilagre.com Organic, Paleo, Healthy. Artwork, Stationery, Organic Apparel, and Custom Gifts.

Fresh air, fresh fish, and fresh vegetables…simple, light, and delicious!

Salmon Salad

Salmon Salad Recipe and Photography by amormilagre.com Organic, Paleo, Healthy. Artwork, Stationery, Organic Apparel, and Custom Gifts.

Non-GMO, organic, local, free range, grass-fed ingredients:

Wild Caught Salmon (Not farmed.  Ask your butcher which source is the most sustainable at the moment.  It changes often.)

Olive Oil

Salt and Pepper

Lettuce, Tomato, Cucumber, Balsamic Vinegar, Olive Oil, Salt and Pepper, Parmigiano Regggiano Cheese, and any other herbs like dill, or salad greens and veggies that you like!

Salmon Salad Recipe and Photography by amormilagre.com Organic, Paleo, Healthy. Artwork, Stationery, Organic Apparel, and Custom Gifts.

Place fish on a foil lined baking sheet.  Drizzle some olive oil and sprinkle some salt and pepper over the fish.  Bake Salmon at 350 degrees.  Ours took around 12 minutes.  It all depends on your oven and the thickness.

Using a fork, flake each piece out and remove any bones.  Patience is key as this may take a little while.  Place some of the deboned salmon in a glass storage container and some over your salad.  Drizzle olive oil, balsamic, and salt and pepper over the salad.  Grate some parmigiano regggiano cheese over it and it is ready to serve!

Salmon Salad Recipe and Photography by amormilagre.com Organic, Paleo, Healthy. Artwork, Stationery, Organic Apparel, and Custom Gifts.

Add your leftovers to more salads, just tomatoes, and even in scrambled eggs!  This is a great snack.  It provides the healthy omega 3s we need.

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