Fish is one of the best sources of protein and when added to brown rice it provides the body with a meal loaded with carbohydrates. This also makes you feel fuller for longer which can help prevent you from snacking on unhealthy foods post meal.
- Course: Evening
- Time to make: 25 minutes
- Serves: 4
- Calories per serving: 580 Kcal
- Carbohydrates per serving: 55g
Brown Rice, 2 cups
Spring Onions, 6 thinly sliced, include green tops
Salmon Fillets, 4x100g
Mixed Leaf Salad, 3-4 cups
1 In a large bowl, mix together warm cooked rice and spring onions.
2 Heat a griddle, barbecue grill or large non-stick frypan on high. Lightly spray each side of salmon with oil and season with pepper. Reduce heat to medium and cook salmon for 3 minutes each side until golden brown and just cooked.
3 Add mixed leaf salad to a plate and then add the warm rice and spring onions.
4 Now add the salmon fillets and serve immediately.
Recipe and image courtesy of www.healthier.qld.gov.au