Mothers deserve only the best, so for these dishes, I’ve used New Zealand King Salmon, which is some of the highest quality salmon available on the market. I like working with New Zealand King Salmon because it has a high oil content, which adds to the savoriness of the fish and offers a higher level of Omega 3 fatty acids.
Three tips to selecting the perfect piece of Salmon:
Grilled Salmon Salad Niciose
Very easy and pretty family style platter of grilled salmon, french green beans, boied eggs, potatoes, tomato wedges and arugula (anchovies are optional) tossed with a delicious Dijon vinaigrette. This dish is designed to impress the most discriminating guest with very little effort.
Salmon Cake Eggs Benedict
Hold the bacon and skip the English muffin… Mark reinvents this brunch favorite; eggs benedict with homemade salmon cakes topped with poached eggs and spicy hollandaise sauce.
Fresh ingredients are what make this simple, easy dish amazing. The hardest part of it is the slicing and dicing. With minimal effort and no cooking you’ll get rave reviews. Traditionally served with tortilla chips, Mark reinvents it as a main course served in avocado cups for a healthier twist on a classic appetizer.
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