Okay, I am going to share a secret with you. One of my favorite meals of all time. Actually, I am surprised I have not posted this before, but it is my go to dish when I want to make something I know will be good.
We all know (well, foodies know), that risotto is not the easiest thing in the world to make look pretty and it is definitely not the most photographic of foods. As much as I tried, I could not really make any of the plate photos give this dish the credit it deserves, so I am showing you the pan shot as well. Yes, the one I quickly snapped while preparing, but sometimes you just have to accept that things aren’t perfect.
I can promise you however, that this dish IS worth making, it is one of my favorites, and I have not found anyone who does not like it! Anyone who eats fish that is!
Give it a try, my food photography skills may not be up to par, but this recipe is a hole in one 😉
- Salmon is not only high in protein, but it has lots of Omega-3 Fatty Acids to support brain and cardiovascular health. It also contains a good dose of Vitamin D, perfect for these winter months!
- Spinach is high in iron (as I am sure we all know), but did you know the nutrition in spinach increases as you cook it! Lots more antioxidants, and further reduced inflammation
- Broccoli is high in Vitamin K for bone health, and C for preventing those nasty colds
- Lemon Juice is going to be popular this year as 2014 is the year of citrus, but you can see why with its help in digestion, and it helps to restore your body’s natural pH level
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 30 minutes