Delicious Salmon Dishes for the Whole Family

If you need to eat more salmon, I have a recipe to appeal to the whole family!

Salmon is perfect for "Meat-free Mondays" or, really, any regular weekday dinner, as it is rich in Omega-3. 

Two essential fatty acids that our bodies cannot produce on their own are Omega-3 and Omega-6, which are both important for brain development, immune system function and maintaining blood pressure.

Not only that, but on a surface level, Omega-3 fatty acids also guarantee shinier hair, glowing skin and super strong nails.

These are just a few reasons to up your salmon intake!

My salmon patties are an ideal meal which works for the whole family, and one that makes clever use of your on-hand pantry staples. 

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Whilst also being deliciously healthy, these salmon patties are the perfect balancing winter meal to warm your insides without being too heavy on your digestion.

I like to serve my patties with crunchy sweet potato chips or baked cauliflower florets with turmeric, garlic and lemon.  You could also team them with an assortment of baked winter vegetables, topped with a zingy dressing or mayonnaise.  

If you’re a parent and find kid’s lunch boxes a challenge, these can be made up and the recipe doubled as they keep well in the fridge for several days.

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They’re handy for adult lunches as well, just pile them on top of a warm quinoa salad or use them as a  filling in your favourite sandwich.

Enjoyable, healthy and satisfying, these salmon patties with zucchini and zesty lemon will pep you up and keep your grumbling tummy satisfied.

You can find more inspiration for kid’s lunch boxes in my book Supercharged Food for Kids

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