In The Kitchen {Salmon Summer Salad}

One of the things I look forward to each weekend is having more time to prepare a meal.

I have the time to make a dessert with the kids, let the pizza dough rise or just put more attention into what we are making.

This salmon salad is one of my favorites because all of the layers of flavors.

This is the perfect summer meal!

Salmon Summer Salad

4 Salmon Filets

4 tbsp Grape Seed Oil

2tbsp Olive Oil

4 tbsp Brown Sugar

4 tbsp Paprika

4 tbsp Sea Salt

3 tsp Thyme (fresh if you have it)

Pinch of Ground Corriander

Pinch of Ground Cumin

dash of Cayenne Pepper

1-2 Bunches of Asparagus

Organic Micro Greens

Arugula

Blue Cheese Crumbles

Balsamic Dressing

1.Pre heat the oven to 350 degrees

2. Wash all of the asparagus and spread out onto a baking sheet. Lightly toss with olive oil and sea salt and bake for 12 minutes or until tender

3. After the asparagus is cooked just set it aside to cool. Once cool chop and set aside.

4. Mix together in a small bowl all of the spices and herbs.

5. Rub the spices all over the salmon filets and sear each side in a pan (with 2 tbsp of grape seed oil) for 1-2 minutes.

6. Transfer the Salmon onto a baking sheet and place in the oven for 3-4 minutes

7. While the Salmon is cooking start arranging each plate.

*The first layer on the plate is a bed of arugula

* Sprinkle with the chopped asparagus

* Once the Salmon is done place a file (or a half for children) on the arugula and asparagus

*Sprinkle the blue cheese crumbles

*Finish with organic micro greens on the Salmon.

I think the spice rub gives the meal so much flavor that you don’t need a dressing but I always provide a balsamic dressing.

Enjoy!

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  1. Kolein

    We love eating gorgeous food like this! Thank you for sharing your recipe. The photo is so gorgeous!

    So looking forward to Danielle’s class next week!

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