Salmon with Spinach

Salmon with Spinach is the ultimate gourmet meal. Fresh, healthy, and bursting with flavor! Salmon is loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, which are proven to fight off cancer, and minerals like iron, zinc, and copper. Salmon and Spinach is loaded with powerful antioxidants and vitamins.

Serve salmon on its own, with a light salad or as part of a complete meal in a skillet. The skin of salmon doesn’t cook quickly, so it’s important to use a medium heat setting for cooking. For some quick cooking, try cooking it on the stovetop, with a little oil added, then pan-searing it to crisp perfection on the outside, in a skillet with a little butter or margarine. Healthy, delicious!

When you’re ready to serve, be sure to leave enough space at the top of the fish for the desired garnish, and uncover the skin when you are ready to flip. Remove the skin and find the best part of the fish, either from the inside or from the outside. Using a pair of tongs, pull the string inside the fish and remove the whole thing from the pan. Your salmon fillet is ready to servlets | fillets | olive oil | cream sauce} While the olive oil is cooking, combine one tablespoon of sour cream, one tablespoon of Dijon mustard, a quarter teaspoon of fresh thyme leaves, and two tablespoons of freshly ground black pepper. Slowly whisk the ingredients until the mixture is a smooth paste. If using canned salmon, carefully drain the can (or use a fine mesh strainer), add a few drops of lemon juice, and mix thoroughly. Serve your Salmon with Spinach and enjoy.