The seafood in Seattle is such a steal, especially for the quality and price. I also couldn’t get over how delicious the sushi was. My sister in law, Evan, and I made dinner together one night in Seattle and she taught me this super simple and delicious low FODMAP dinner salmon recipe. I try to make salmon at least once a week not only for all the health benefits but it is also a super healthy low FODMAP food. Did you know if you add a little coconut oil to the fish it makes it super moist? I learned this trick through Evan and it really works.
P.S. anyone else hates the word moist? Ugh. What word can we use to replace it instead?
Some of the Favorite Benefits of Eating Wild Salmon:
Vitamin D rich
Keeps bones and joints strong if eaten on a consistent basis
Protects the nervous system from age-related damage
Reduce inflammation, hypertension, and stroke
Below is a quick picture of all the fresh shrimp we saw at Pikes Farmer’s market! If you’ve never been to Seattle, put it on your bucket list during the summer time. It was so nice getting out of the Texas summer heat and enjoying the gorgeous Seattle weather. We had the best time eating and exploring our way through the city and I did a complete wrap-up and travel guide located here. Nature, clean air, parks, hikes, trails were such a stark contrast from Houston, I can see why people love it here. I am not sure if I could survive the winter months though… I would love to hear your favorite spots for the next time we make it out there. I still have so much I want to explore and check out.Print
This herb-flavored baked salmon dish will be a huge hit.
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
- On an aluminum foil-lined baking sheet, place salmon skin side down.
- Spread an even coat of mustard followed by dill and lightly pat down. Spread a drizzle of maple syrup onto salmon.
- Bake for 12-15 minutes or until desired doneness.
Inspired by my Sister in Law’s Recipe
Keywords: fodmap recipe, seafood recipe, salmon dinner