Crispy Skinned Salmon & Citrus Salad

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Crispy Skinned Salmon & Citrus Salad

February 13, 2019

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If you are taking part in the 4 Phase Fat Loss Protocol, you might be wondering what kinds of foods you can eat going forward. Well, Phase4eva certainly doesn’t disappoint! Take a look at this beautiful Crispy Skinned Salmon & Citrus Salad – just one example of the delicious recipes you can enjoy on Phase 1 & 4.

Ingredients:

For the salmon:

    •  2 pieces of salmon (skin attached)

For the citrus salad:

    •  2 grapefruits (segmented)
    •  2 oranges (segmented)
    •  1 lime (segmented)
    •  ½ Spanish onion, thinly sliced
    •  1 small cucumber (peeled into strips)
    •  1 chilli (sliced)
    •  1 small handful of coriander
    •  1 small handful mint
    •  1 small handful rocket
  •  ¼ cup pine nuts

For the dressing:

    •  Juice of 2 limes
    •  2 tbsp fish sauce
    •  1 small knob of grated ginger

Method:

    1. Place the pine nuts in a lightly oiled frying pan on a medium heat until they darken slightly, then remove and set aside.
    2. Turn the frying pan to a higher heat and add the coconut oil. Then add the salmon skin down and fry for 2 minutes before turning over. Continue to cook until the salmon is cooked through. Set aside to rest.
    3. Add the segmented orange, grapefruit and lime into a big bowl with the sliced onion, rocket, coriander, mint, chilli and peeled cucumber and mix well.
    1. Mix all dressing ingredients in a small jar and stir well until the sugar has completely dissolved.
  1. Put the mixed salad onto two plates, place the salmon on top and sprinkle with pine nuts and dressing to serve.

What’s your favourite 4 Phase Fat Loss Protocol recipe? We’d love you to share it with us!

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Tessa Pennick

Tessa Pennick

I have always had a passion for health and nutrition, which has continued to grow throughout the three years that I have worked at Changing Habits. I love working with like-minded people as it means that I'm constantly learning and growing, which helps me live a healthy and happy lifestyle! Cooking has always been a passion of mine and I often spend hours in the kitchen experimenting with new recipes. I love taking traditional recipes and recreating them with the healthiest possible ingredients. Creating recipes for Changing Habits has just made my passion for food grow even further and I am always thinking about what to create next! Follow me on Instagram at @healthybitez_
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