So I cannot take credit for this fabulous meal, but my extremely kind neighbor put this together for our family and it was amazing. Thanks again so much Rosemary! I’ve actually been craving it ever since she brought it over, so will have to make it very soon. I also loved the veggie puree that went with it. It was amazing and something I will use with other meats going forward. It reminded me of the cauliflower mash (which I love with chicken and pork) but this was the perfect compliment with the salmon. And, it was super light and fluffy.
Here’s what you need:
- Salmon fillets
- Teriyaki sauce (I would use gluten free tamari)
- Olive oil
- Seasoning of choice
- Almond meal
- Salt & pepper
Prepare the salmon fillet by rubbing in the gluten free tamari or teriyaki and some extra virgin olive oil. Sprinkle on herbs and spices of choice, as well as almond meal, in whatever quantities you prefer. Apply a light spray of olive oil as well as salt and pepper. Then pop it in the oven at around 340 degrees for 20 minutes and that’s it! That’s my kind of recipe!
For the veggie puree, just sauté a chopped onion and some garlic. Then blend this with your steamed vegetables of choice (brocolli, carrots and celery this time ), some Greek yogurt, and some chicken broth (optional). If you have a Vitamix, even better! If blended on high for about 5 minutes, it makes a delicious, fluffy purée that can also be mixed in with any of your kids’ meals, for secret added goodness.
I hope y’all enjoy this as much as I did!