Whether saving money is on your mind, or minimizing trips to the grocery store, or using up what’s in your pantry, or all of the above, it’s hard to argue with canned wild salmon. It’s shelf stable, it’s far cheaper than fresh, and it’s super versatile.
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You can add zing to the avocado with a bit of wasabi paste. We drizzled the finished salmon with Balsamic glaze and a sprinkling of sea salt.
Salmon, strawberries, and avocado- you could hardly think up a healthier trio of ingredients. They come together here to create a meal that’s so refreshingly different and flavorful, “health” is about the last last thing you’ll think of when you enjoy it. This recipe is from The Clean Plates Cookbook ($17; Running Press) by Jared Koch with Jill Silverman Hough.