Easy Salmon Bowl | BoneCoach™ Recipes

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Our Easy Salmon Bowl is super simple to throw together…and even easier to eat!

We love using wild salmon in this recipe because it offers an array of bone-boosting nutrients. Not only is salmon a high-quality source of protein, it’s also rich in vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, and phosphorus.

With the addition of ginger, sesame, and a few veggies, this Easy Salmon Bowl comes together quick and packs a flavorful punch.

Try it as a great lunch or dinner meal!

Bone Coach Recipes | Easy Salmon Bowl | Bone Loss Bone Healthy Food Nutrients Osteoporosis

Easy Salmon Bowl | BoneCoach™ Recipes

SERVES: 2

TOTAL TIME: 15 minutes

Ingredients

1 cup (250 ml) “riced” cauliflower

1 cup (250 ml) leftover cooked rice (can be substitued for more “riced cauliflower”)

1 can (213 g) wild salmon, canned w/ bones-in, drained

1 tsp (5 ml) grated ginger (pro tip: freeze ginger root ahead of time!)

1/2 cup (125 ml) chopped leafy greens of your choice (moringa leaves, dinosaur kale, watercress, arugula, etc.)

2 tsp (15 ml) sesame seeds

2 tsp (10 ml) avocado mayo or sesame oil

1 tsp (5 ml) coconut aminos or gluten free soy sauce

8-10 roasted nori sheets (optional)

Directions

1) Heat a non-stick skillet over medium heat. Add in the riced cauliflower, leftover rice and canned salmon, including the bones! Stir until combined and cook for 5 minutes.

2) Add the grated ginger, leafy greens, sesame seeds, mayo and coconut aminos. Continue to cook for 2-3 minutes, stirring often.

3) Serve immediately with roasted nori.

Recipe created by BoneCoach™ Team Dietitian Amanda Li, RD & Chef.

 

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The information shared above is for informational purposes only and is not intended to provide medical or nutrition therapy advice; it does not diagnose, treat or cure any disease, condition; it is not to be used as a replacement or substitute for medical advice provided by physicians and trained medical professionals. If you are under the care of a healthcare professional or are currently using prescription medications, you should discuss any dietary and lifestyle changes or potential dietary supplements use with your doctor. You should not discontinue any prescription medications without first consulting your doctor.