Oven-Baked Salmon for Healthy Weeknight Dinners

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Salmon is not just rich in Omega-3 which is good for the heart, it’s also a great option when you want a delicious meal on the table. Weeknight dinners can be tricky as you may be tired from a whole day’s work and get tempted to eat the easy route. But with this oven baked salmon recipe from the Food Network, it only takes 5 minutes for the preparation time and another 15 for the cooking time.

You can simply watch TV or surf online while waiting for the oven to do its magic and then you get to eat a hearty, delicious meal afterwards.

Find out how to make weeknight dinners more convenient with this:

Oven-Baked Salmon Recipe

 

 

What To Eat Now: Apples

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There are many reasons to celebrate the beginning of autumn: beautiful foliage, kids back in school
(okay, not everyone finds that a reason to celebrate), and, last but not least, a bumper crop of juicy and delicious 
apples.

Apples are a staple of dessert and breakfast, but if you ignore their possibilities in savory dishes, you’re also denying yourself the whole range of flavors these fruits impart. The sweet crunch of apples pairs beautifully with roasted pork, as most of us know.

Perhaps more unexpectedly, though, apples also taste great alongside kale and mustard in an autumn salad, and with a salmon plate spiked with fennel.

Whether you choose to include apples in a main dish or as part of a sweet treat to finish the meal, the fruit’s wide range of flavors and textures will give you plenty of options. And with more than 100 varieties widely available in the U.S., you’ll even be able to make the same recipe again and again with different apples each time.

And that’s an idea worth celebrating.

Here is the link….

autumn apples

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Grilled Salmon with North African Flavors

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If you find that you are in a cooking rut, or maybe you just want something a little different to mix it up a bit, look no further!

Here is an amazing way to make Salmon using a classic North African herb paste known as chermoula that serves as both a marinade and a sauce for this richly flavored salmon.

No Grill? No problem simply bake at 450 degrees F for 12 to 15 minutes.

Take a look at it here…

Grilled Salmon with North African Flavors 

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