When you start going on a healthier diet, fish is often added to your meals. Salmon is a popular fish which has a unique taste, especially when smoked. Salmon is also packed with protein and important oils which are good for your immune system and joints. Our healthy salmon sosaties combines tasty vegetables with healthy salmon pieces for a light snack or dinner treat.
Healthy salmon sosaties
The lemon juice helps tenderize the fish but also adds some flavour. Red and green peppers have loads of Vitamin A and other important nutrients, so make sure to have all of the colours there. Mushrooms add to the fibre and meatiness of the kebabs. Make sure that the skewers are a bit wet, especially if you’re going to cook them on the braai, but a griddle pan works perfectly. Each serving is only 276 calories.
If you love seafood, healthy food and South African cooking, try our healthy salmon sosaties. Meaty, healthy and colourful for the whole family.
Healthy salmon sosaties recipe
Course: MainCuisine: GlobalDifficulty: Easy
120 g salmon, raw, cubed
½ tbsp lemon, juice, unsweetened
1 tsp rosemary, dried
½ cup tomato, cherry, raw
½ small bell pepper, red, raw
½ small bell pepper, yellow, raw
6 medium mushrooms, white, raw
1 tsp olive oil
Soak 3-4 wooden skewers in water for 20 minutes.Coat the salmon cubes and mushrooms in the lemon juice and dried rosemary. Place the salmon, bell peppers, tomatoes and mushrooms on the skewers, alternating between the vegetables and salmon.Place a griddle pan over a high heat. Brush the skewers with olive oil and grill for 3-4 minutes on each side.Remove and serve with a salad and potato wedges.
Nutritional Information (per serving, skewers only)
Energy: 1156kJ (276 calories)
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