This recipe is from Dr. Andrew Weil’s book, 8 Weeks to Optimum Health. When I made this I used too small a pan to take all the vegetables and the salmon, so the tops of my salmon were not covered in liquid; this worked for us because DH is a sashimi connoisseur so he went for the least done piece. I also was surprised to discard the vegetables! I nibbled on the delicious carrot slices, though! And yes, this is an easy dish and the salmon came out just great! :)
6 points plus /serving. We really liked this simple dish. Original recipe called for wild salmon but I buy the salmon that is the cheapest, so it is very doubtful I used wild salmon but I did hear it was better for you. Recipe source: WW Taster than Take out cookbook.
From Cooking Light. Son, DIL, and 4 year old gs recommended so fixed it myself. Loved the salsa! GS eats it w/o the jalapeno in salsa. Serve with coleslaw and black beans or rice. Shh... cheat and make it with ground cumin and cilantro that comes in a tube. Think if you wanted a stronger taste, you could apply rub earlier. Might be good on shrimp.
We really enjoyed this with a tossed salad. The original recipe said to slice the cauliflower in 1/2 inch slices but I sliced mine in the food processor, so the slices were quite thin but we really liked it this way. Recipe source: Prevention
Don't recall where this recipe came from years ago, but it is one of the few salmon recipes that I really like. Note that 1.75 cups of cold baked salmon can be substituted for the canned salmon. If the final product seems too dry for your taste, additional red wine vinegar and olive oil can be added.