Prawn & Atlantic Salmon Platter Recipe: Healthy, Nutritious – Quick & Easy
Enjoy this Quick and Easy Healthy, Nutritious Family Meal: Prawn and Atlantic Salmon Platter recipe.
Feeding a Family Healthy, Nutritious Meals that are Quick and Economical does not have to be a difficult Chore. Platters make a great way of feeding family and friends, healthy, nutritious meals without too much effort. I hope you enjoy these suggestions.
Either used peeled & cooked Australian prawns: In a steamer place one – two pieces of Atlantic salmon – Steam for 10 – 15 minutes. Then let cool. Or You can also pick up a cooked Lily dale organic chicken on your way home to break up over the salad.
Cook a lamb strap or a couple of lamb steaks, pork fillet or a piece of rump steak in a pan, heat pan first with some olive and coconut oil for flavour cook for approximately 5 minutes each side depending on thickness of steak and how well done you like it. After cooking slice into thin slices and place in the salad.
If you are Vegetarian for Protein you can use cooked beans or lentils, tofu, walnuts, pinenuts, sunflower and sesame seeds.
Salad Suggestions and Dressing
Have Your Fish, Meat, Tofu and Pulses Ready for Cooking whilst preparing this:
Dressing: Juice 1 x lemon, 1 x orange, and 1 x grapefruit: grate 3 cloves of garlic, or 1 tablespoon of garlic infused oil. Mix together
Spread on a platter plater plate a mixture of different lettuces, rocket and or baby spinach, cocktail tomatoes, diced cucumber, capsicum, feta cheese, mango & pear; Nuts such as walnut, pine nuts or slivered almonds make a lovely addition to this mix.
Pour over Dressing mix; then place prawns & Atlantic salmon or your other topping of choice, over the salad spread, then pour over seafood your citrus & garlic mix.
If you are vegan or vegetarian of course you can do without the meat protein and include beans, lentils or tofu.
Top with a cup of chopped mint, basil & or coriander leaves
YUMMY & EASY
We have “Hippocrates” to thank for the saying – “Let Food be thy Medicine & Medicine be thy Food”
Considered to be one of the most influential figures in the history of medicine and healing, Hippocrates was ahead of his time when, around the year 400 B.C, he advised people to prevent and treat diseases first and foremost by eating a nutrient-dense diet based on Fresh, Whole foods.
The foods that you eat each day play a critical role in controlling inflammation levels, balancing blood sugar, regulating cardiovascular health (including blood pressure and cholesterol levels), helping the digestive organs to process and eliminate waste, and much, much more.
Did you know that certain anti-inflammatory foods even contain powerful active ingredients that help control how your genes are expressed?
Because foods influence inflammation levels, blood sugar, energy, hormones, brain, and heart health, they truly do act like medicine once consumed. A healthy diet plays a role in how genes are expressed and can have a positive effect toward preventing disease, even when a disease may appear to be hereditary.
Medicinal foods to include in your daily diet, include all fresh vegetables and fruits, organ meats, grass-fed meats, healthy fats like coconut, nuts and seeds, sea vegetables and what are now being classed as superfoods like cocoa, papaya, spinach, kale, blueberries, broccoli, cooked tomatoes, oats, blackberries, garlic, brazil nuts, walnuts and black pepper.