Have you ever been to a restaurant, or to an event where Salmon was on the menu? And how you felt so good ordering the "healthy choice"? And then you wondered why "healthy" tasted like dry cardboard smothered in a very thick and creamy sauce? Well, Dr. Tae Yun Kim has a recipe for Salmon that is very healthy, makes the fish taste light and flakey and moist, and packs flavors in a way you feel great about every bite! The sauce is very light and low calorie, and you won't feel bloated after you eat it.
"First," Dr. Tae Yun Kim says, "You marinate your fish. That can be salmon or halibut, or trout, or even shrimp. You soak it briefly, like 10 minutes, in water with Kosher salt, about a good couple of Tablespoons of salt. Drain well, and put it in a roasting pan. Pre-heat your oven to 400 degrees, and add lemon juice, parsley, crushed garlic, and a little white wine to the fish, add a little Himalayan Salt, and a handful of finely chopped herbs. Dill is great with this, but parsley, cilantro, basil, thyme, rosemary will all be delicious as well. Coat the fish in the sauce, and bake for about 15 minutes. Don't overcook! "
You can, as you see in the pictures, slice tofu and add to the fish; and you can bake shrimp, and clams and crabs that way too. Give it a try! It's not only very delicious, but also a very healthy way to eat your fish!
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