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Tired of ham and turkey? Try salmon

Too many of us over-indulged over the holidays, so it’s time to get back to healthy eating. And what better way to do it than with great ideas for salmon. Ed Brown, executive chef at the Sea Grill restaurant, recommends the following recipes.SLOW ROASTED SALMON WITH PARSLEY SAUCE AND HERB SALAD Ed BrownServes 4Method for the fish:Preheat oven to 225 degrees F. Season fish with salt and pepper, c
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Too many of us over-indulged over the holidays, so it’s time to get back to healthy eating. And what better way to do it than with great ideas for salmon. Ed Brown, executive chef at the Sea Grill restaurant, recommends the following recipes.

SLOW ROASTED SALMON WITH PARSLEY SAUCE AND HERB SALAD Ed Brown

Serves 4

Method for the fish:

Preheat oven to 225 degrees F. Season fish with salt and pepper, coat lightly with oil. Place fish on a non-stick baking surface, bake for approx. 12-15 minutes

Method for the sauce:

Prepare two quarts boiling salted water and also a 2 qt. bowl with ½ cold water and ice cubes for refreshing. Place parsley into boiling water for 45 seconds, remove and plunge into the ice bath. Remove parsley from ice and squeeze out excess moisture, place into blender. Puree at high speed while drizzling in oil. Season and reserve.

Method for the herb salad:

Toss herbs, oil, lemon and salt at last moment, serve atop the salmon immediately.

Serve with Spaghetti Squash:

What you’ll need: 1 each small spaghetti squash, split, remove seeds and 1 cup tap water

Method:

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees F. Place squash split side down on a baking sheet (that has sides) Add water and place into oven for approx. 40 minutes. Remove and scrape squash out with a fork to form spaghetti.

Place squash in center of plate, place salmon on top. Pour 1 Tbls. sauce around each and top with herb salad

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