I am not, by nature, a fish eater. For years, as a child, the mention of fish for dinner was enough to bring me to tears. Fortunately, time has brought me to my senses. Although I still do not care for “fishy” tasting fish, there is nothing like a great piece of fish (mild, that is). It is light, healthy -a great source of protein.
With it’s never-ending stream of heavy, calorie-laden (and delicious) foods, the holiday season is a perfect time to add more fish to your diet. It just may help keep some of those holiday pounds that you are going to resolve to lose come January 1 – from packing on.
Here is one of my favorites – a Pan-Seared Salmon – with fresh lemon juice, dill, and butter. . . .
I use Keta Salmon a lot. It is a more mild salmon, and although is not as high in omega 3’s as Sockeye, it is lower in fat and still packed with protein, minerals, and goodness.
Give this a try this holiday season. Your body will thank you!