Over the years I have tried my best to like salmon, but just couldn't get there. The most palatable way for me was raw in sushi. That is until Chef Ann came up with these recipes. Maybe it was the super fresh Scottish Salmon that Chef Ann used or simply the delicious recipes. Being the culinary trooper that I am I tried each dish, to my surprise I liked them! I think perhaps something within me has changed also, because I have now had salmon a few times and enjoyed it, who knew? My favorites here are the cilantro sauce and the Caribbean, I did try them all and they were delicious!
Are you a fan of traditional Indian flavors of curry? Not as simple as going to the market and purchasing some yellow curry powder when you follow the Autoimmune Protocol. That's why Chef Ann created our Enlightened Curry Powder (AIP)
. Totally AIP compliant, authentic and delicious as well as versatile. Check out this delicious recipe for Coconut Curry Salmon.
The orange juice and honey in this sauce recipe pairs well with the richness of the salmon. The garlic and coconut aminos round out the flavors well. It is yet another delicious recipe from Chef Ann and the POTG Test Kitchen. You can have this delicious dish on the table in no time!
Cucumber and dill highlight the sauce created for this recipe. The pairing is a classic presentation for salmon and provides a crisp freshness. I like to make the sauce the day before so that the flavors meld together nicely and the sauce is chilled. You can serve this over freshly cooked salmon or chilled as a salad.
This is not only a tasty dish, but it is beautiful as well. The freshness of the salsa is so clean and bright and enhances the fresh salmon. With such a colorful plate this meal is not only delicious but beautiful to look at as well.
I've been noticing meals in a bag in my local markets. Man has cooked food in packages for a long time. Banana leaves, corn husks, parchment paper and foil have all been used to wrap a meal into one package to be cooked together. Here we are offering a meal cooked in a foil packet.
Do you like cilantro? I love it but I do know people that can't stand it. A long time ago one of my favorite tv chef's said that if you don't like it, eat a tablespoon full of fresh chopped cilantro everyday for a week. By the end of the week you should like it. For some people I guess it has a soapy taste to it, sad. This simple Cilantro Sauce is to die for. Would be good on all kinds of things.
The simple things are often the best which is what you could say about this recipe. A few fresh clean ingredients and you can have this delicious dish on your dinner plate in no time at all. Food doesn't have to be stale and boring to be good for you!