Meals High In Omega 3
Cod filets are rubbed with a flavorful spice mixture before roasting to perfection. Top it off with a delicious lime-butter sauce and serve over brown rice and sweet corn for a fantastic weeknight meal! I’m always looking for great ways to enjoy fish that are both quick and easy. Today’s recipe fits the bill inRead more
This yummy recipe is an excellent week night option when you are looking for a quick, delicious, and healthy meal. It goes great with mixed vegetables and whole grain rice. Salmon is rich in protein, omega 3 fatty-acids, and contains 60% of your daily needs in B12 vitamins. It is recommended by the American Heart Association that fatty fish (which are high in omega 3 fatty acids) be included in your diet 2 times a week with each serving being approximately 3.5 ounces. Omega 3s are cardio-protec
Tuna is one of the fatty fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids that the American Heart Association suggests eating twice or more weekly. However, because tuna runs relatively high in mercury, have it only as an occasional part of your seafood rotation, along with salmon, mackerel, cod, trout and other fatty fish. Ahi tuna steaks cook quite quickly; too...
For busy cooks who want to put healthful meals on the table in a hurry, a freezer filled with salmon portions can be a great comfort. Its mild but rich flavor makes it a versatile ingredient. Its high levels of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids make it a virtuous option. Lastly, the ability to cook it quickly -- straight from the freezer -- makes...
Wild salmon has less saturated fat, fewer calories, and 5 to 10 times fewer contaminants and persistent organic pollutants (POPs) than farm-raised (in early studies, POPs have been linked to impaired brain development, type 2 diabetes, and obesity). There's no need to give up all farmed salmon, and eating some is always better than none. Aim to eat at least 1 to 2 servings of omega-3-rich fatty fish weekly.
Peppered mackerel fish cakes. These were delish! I used fresh mashed potato instead of leftovers, and I didn't have any spring onions so instead I carmelized some white onion chopped small and added them in instead. The first time I made them I did the whole flour, egg, bread thing before frying but the 2nd time I didn't and I think I like them more that way. It makes them less heavy and you can taste the fried potato more. Channie Johnson