• Blackened Salmon

    Comfy Belly: Blackened Salmon

    I have found another excellent use of cast iron skillets—this recipe for blackened, skillet-cooked salmon. My skillet has an wonderful aroma. Really. Not fishy, just extremely well-seasoned with oils and spices. I’ve come close to licking the surface to get every last bit of flavor.

    Comfy Belly: Blackened Salmon

    Several times a year I buy a piece of salmon to fuel my body with some naturally-occurring omega-3 fatty acids. Salmon is loaded with these healthy fats that potentially guard against or lessen a host of conditions, including heart disease, depression, cancer, inflammation, and arthritis.  If you’re on the hunt for other sources of omega-3 fats, try other marine foods as well as plant foods like walnuts, spinach, flax seed and its oil.

    If you have a large skillet, you can cook both salmon fillets at the same time. If you’re doubling or tripling this recipe you’ll need to cook the fillets in batches. For a large gathering I suggest cutting the fillets ahead of time and then cooking them in batches and storing them on a warm plate in a warm area, or cover them until all the fillets are cooked.

    Comfy Belly: Blackened Salmon

    I can eat these with a small bed of greens, some dressing and a wedge of lemon. For a more substantial meal try adding mashed roasted cauliflower, steamed veggies, coleslaw, squash fries, or root fries. Prepare any of these sides ahead of time since the salmon cooks in 5 to 10 minutes.

    Posted in Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, Nut-Free, Paleo, SCD  |  2 Comments

    2 Responses to Blackened Salmon

    1. Lisa says:

      I absolutely love your recipes! You have covered all the bases with excluding dairy, lactose, gluten, etc. Everything is so simple and you talk us right through the recipe. THANK YOU THANK YOU!

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