Looking for a healthy dish with lots of flavor that’s also quick and easy for a weeknight supper? One serving (including a little over 5 ounces uncooked weight of the fish) has only about 188 calories and 28 grams of protein. Cod, a mild-flavored deep sea fish, is easily found in many supermarkets. Easy to cook in a variety of ways, cod fillets are among my family’s favorites for taste and ease of preparation.
With its high nutrition and ease of cooking, salmon is a natural for a quick but elegant dinner, like this combination of salmon, acorn squash and sautéed vegetables.
A childhood favorite that became one of my family’s favorites, my mom’s Salmon Croquettes were hard to leave behind when I first went gluten-free…they were so good that our kids would ask for them when she came to visit.
Broiled Tilapia Fillets with Sauteed Portobello Mushrooms and Peppers for supper — my family said it was one of the best gluten-free dinners ever! We’ve had tilapia a number of times, but this combination really was the best so far.
For my own mental health and general well-being I needed a quick meal that wasn’t loaded with carbs and fat (the quick = mental health, and not being loaded with carbs and fat = general well-being). It’s hard to do that, though, without sacrificing the traditional taste….