top of page
Lemon & Herb Seasoning
Salt & Pepper
Finely Chopped Carrots
Sliced Crimini Mushrooms
White Cheddar Cheese
Have your tortellini ready by boiling for 3 min, strain & set aside. In a cast iron skillet heat up approx. 2 tbs of olive oil on med. high heat. Once hot add salmon fillet & season with spices. Sear salmon for a couple of minutes and flip. Now add your carrots & broccoli and cook for a couple of minutes again & then add your mushrooms. Once your mushrooms have browned, add tortellini, 1 cup of chicken broth, 1/2 cup of bread crumbs & 1 1/2 cups of shredded white cheddar cheese (or any other fav. cheese). Top with parmesan & serve. Bon appétit
April 15th, 2016
This recipe is so delicious, even the non-fish eaters in your family will love it! You can't taste the fish AT ALL. My kids LOVE it (even my daughter who doesn't like fish). And salmon is SO good for your family's health! It is recommended that we all eat fish at least three times a week.
healthy & delicious!
If you'd like any additional information or if there's something I might have forgotten to mention, please feel free to comment or message me.
Wild salmon is loaded with protein and is a great source of Omega 3 Fatty Acids (DHA and EPA). It will help improve heart health & depression in adults and is also great for aiding in children's brain development. Feeding salmon to children has been shown to help in the prevention of ADHD.
It is an excellent source of Vitamin D and Selenium! Which are important for healthy bones & teeth and fighting heart disease, cancer & thyroid disease. It is also a great source of Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Niacin & Phosphorus. And a good source of choline, pantothenic acid, biotin and potassium.
Did you know that eating salmon during pregnancy can also help promote good sleeping habits for your baby later.
"During pregnancy I read the 'What to Expect When Expecting' guide book and found it to be very helpful. Our kids had terrific sleep habits when they were babies and they all slept through the night within the first 2 months after birth. Sleep for EVERYONE is super important during this time! I don't think it's just lucky, I honestly believe it had something to do with the guidelines I followed. I read that if you load up on your Omega 3's during your 3rd trimester it helps promote healthy sleep habits for baby later. Not only that, it's also great for baby's brain development!
Here's an article I recently came across on DHA Omega 3's that's an interesting read if you're an expecting or nursing mother - http://www.dhaomega3.org/Life-Stages/Pregnancy
Loading your next meal with dark green and orange veggies is so beneficial for good health. No matter what you're cooking for your family, be sure to include these colours on a daily basis.
Did you know- The Canada Food Guide now includes eating a dark green and an orange vegetable EVERY day. Click here to check it out.
bottom of page