Not only low in carbs and full of good fats, salmon is crammed with skin-boosting vitamin C, heart loving omega 3 oils and gut friendly nutrients to reduce inflammation and improve memory function.
Try our Teriyaki glazed salmon with toasted sesame seeds on a base of cauliflower rice infused with turmeric, ginger and garlic with asparagus and tenderstem broccoli. A filling meal before, or after a workout, for anyone looking for a low carb, nutrient packed bite.
- Fresh salmon
- Teriyaki sauce
- Cauliflower rice
- Fresh garlic
- Fresh lime
- Red peppers
- Tender stem broccoli
HOW TO MAKE
1. Add ginger, turmeric, coriander, garlic, coconut and chillies to the bowl
2. Add the cauliflower rice and mix together
3. Add broccoli and asparagus on top
4. Then add the salmon and glaze with teriyaki sauce
5. Sprinkle some sesame seeds
6. Add fresh lime on the top for garnish
This tasty teriyaki dish is packed with healthy goodness. The fresh salmon is rich in protein and omega 3, great for reducing inflammation and promoting muscle and joining recovery. Paired with Cauliflower rice, a lower carbohydrate alternative to whole grain rice, packed with vitamin C and the anti-carcinogenic and anti-inflammatory polyphenol, quercetin, to promote immune and hormone health, and support weight loss. Top with the teriyaki sauce, a low calorie and fat-free marinade that contains energy and metabolism-boosting magnesium.
You are bound to get your veggies in with this dish, the asparagus is high in folates for red blood cell and DNA formation, critical for recovery after intense training. The tender stem broccoli is an excellent source of many micronutrients, including fibre, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin A, and folates, all to promote the development of healthy bones, heart and immune function. It also has powerful antioxidant properties to protect cells against inflammatory damage caused by intense exercise.
To add some spice to this turmeric, fresh garlic and fresh ginger are all added. Turmeric contains several bioactive compounds, notable curcumin for improved gut health. Fresh ginger is also great for gut and digestion. Fresh garlic is great improves cardiovascular health by favourably increasing HDL and lowering LDL cholesterol, and also lowering blood pressure. It also promotes general health by reducing the risk of illness by increasing key immune cells.
If you've had a busy day and don't fancy making this dish yourself why not head on down to your local Pub & Grill where members get 25% off…nice.