Homemade Salmon Tacos
Sep28

Homemade Salmon Tacos

Ingredients: Flour Egg Salmon Cucumber Sour cream Cheese Garlic Dill Pepper Olive oil Salt The dough: Flour 8 0z Egg 1 Salt to tasty Water 1-2 tablespoon Salt the flour and mix.  Add an egg and knead the dough. Roll up the dough into a ball and leave in a fridge for 30 minutes. Then divide the dough in two parts. Roll the dough to make thin tortilla. Put the tortilla on the oven safe net.  Rub olive oil and a little pepper on...

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Cream Of Salmon Soup
Sep22

Cream Of Salmon Soup

The term “salmon” refers to a variety of species that are all “anadromous” fish, which means they are born in fresh water rivers and streams, migrate to the ocean to mature and spend much of their adult life, and then return to the streams and rivers in which they were born to spawn (reproduce) and then die. Six types of salmon are consumed in the United States including: Atlantic, Chinook, Chum, Coho, Pink, and Sockeye Salmon. Of...

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Branzino Fish Recipe
Sep14

Branzino Fish Recipe

Branzini, which are also known as spigole in Italy, are among the most popular Mediterranean fish, and always have been — Alan Davidson notes that the Romans preferred them from brackish waters, but there are fewer now to be found in river mouths, and thus we eat those from the sea. Sea bass is a very tasty fish, with relatively few, easy-to-remove bones and firm flesh that holds its shape when cooked. Source: Italianfood...

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Baked Stuffed Calamari Recipe
Sep12

Baked Stuffed Calamari Recipe

A staple on many appetizer menus, calamari, which is made by frying sliced or whole squid that’s been breaded, can fit into a balanced and healthful diet. It offers some nutritional value, boosting your intake of minerals and vitamins, as well as macro nutrients needed for energy. However, calamari also contains relatively large amounts of sodium and cholesterol, so you should monitor your portion size and consume it only as an...

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Diet Celery Soup
Sep03

Diet Celery Soup

In the course of history, celery has been known by many names, and touted for many uses. The name “celery” in the English language is thought to have been derived from the French word “celeri.” In turn, celeri came from the Greek version of the word. This vegetable/herb even made an appearance in Homer’s Odyssey as “selinon.” Most experts believe that celery originated in the Mediterranean...

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