When you decide to cook up a salmon you just can't go wrong. Salmon is a nutritious food whether it is fried, baked, poached, or canned. There are many ways to cook it but this poached fillet recipe really is a nice twist for this meat fish.
With lemon steamed into the fillets as they cook this recipe creates a meal that is not only delicious but one that is also very nutritious as well.
A rich source of protein salmon is is loaded with healthy omega 3 fats and vitamin D. Omega 3 are essential fats that your body requires for health and are excellent for heart and brain health. So pull out a deep depth frying pan, pop on your pretty little apron, and let's cook up a meal of energy rich fish.
Ingredients for Poached Salmon Fillets
It's a very simple recipe. Give it a try. Poach up some fish fillets for supper tonight.
Add Additional Water as Needed
Salmon is One of Our Healthier Protein Choices
When cooked your poached salmon will look a little paler compared to fried but still delightfully attractive with the lemon and onion on top. If you want a more colorful fish simply give a quick searing in a buttered fry pan for about 3 minutes each side.
Most oily fish are healthy protein options compared to other meat sources and when it comes to selecting healthy protein choices for your family, salmon is one of the best. This omega 3 rich meat is a high protein source.
You can check out the full scoop on Salmon nutrition at: The World's Healthiest Foods or Self Nutrition Data.
Do something nice for your family today and start to include more fish into their diet plan. Serving fish 2 to 3 times a week can greatly help to improve your health and energy level.
There are Many Tasty Ways to Cook up Salmon Fillets
Try to Include Fish on Your Menu at Least Once or Twice a Week
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