I don't know about your time, but my time seems to get shorter and shorter when the work week begins. With all the daunting tasks that consume our days, dinner, and a healthy one at that should be easy. Allow me to introduce you to my delicious super Simple Abstract Spice Grilled Salmon!
Not only is this omega rich fish uber good for you, but it's really simple to make. If you have any reservations about preparing salmon, let my recipe be your new rule of thumb for making it perfectly! Because there are only 3 essential ingredients to the recipe, the ease of preparing this during the week will allow you time to breathe AND eat well for your healthy lifestyle.
What's more is that once made, this recipe is so versatile. Enjoy it with a side salad and roasted veggies and/or potatoes, on top of your favorite salad, or even as the delicious filler in your Tuesday Tacos! The possibilities are endless and so tasty!
One of my ACAOFoodies posed a question for me on IG inquiring where I purchased my fish here in Atlanta, here's my reply:
Hey hon! Because salmon is not always in season I try at all times to get it wild, obviously even when it IS in season. However, if it's out of season I try to purchase it at @costco where they have a sticker on the package of their fresh salmon when it's out of season that states it's antibiotic free/responsibly raised. Try to go to a fish market if possible though. You know our ❤30349❤ connect 'Fulton Bay Fish Market' on Roosevelt is a trusted neighborhood spot- but remember they're closed Sun-Tues😉. And if you want a larger selection, you can't beat @yourdekalbfarmersmarket - open err'day from 9am-9pm! (except for Christmas and Thanksgiving). As far as the types of fish that I ADORE, and of course good for you😜, are trout(my fav right now❤), good ol' whitting is awesome as well. Cod is also an excellent thicker meaty fish compared to these others I mentioned. Hope this helps babe!! Let me know!!
What are your reservations about fish? What is your favorite way to prepare it? Let me Know inthe comments below and maybe I'll try it out and feature you in my next fish post!
Remember, SHARING is caring!