-Preheat oven to 350 -rinse salmon filets -Sprinkle fish with your favorite powdered product. Mine is Bone Suckin' Suace Seasoning Blend -Add olive oil or butter spray inder salmon to prevent sticking and on top so seasoning doesnt burn -Bake for 18 minutes on 350 -Serve with your favorite sudes THE NEXT DAY..... Take leftover salmon and break apart. -add chopped celery and onion -add chopped dill -add lemon juice Serve on salad, bread or just eat solo
-1/4 cup Almond or Peanut Butter -2T coconut aminos or oil -2T lime juice -chippped garlic -water to thin. -Mix until smooth Get lettuce leaves or cabbage leaves -Add broccoli(chopped small) -Add shredded carrot -Add green onion chopped -Add cilantro chopped Trader Joes sells a peanut salad dressing to make this left over spiced up mean even more simple to make. They also sell a pre-cut slaw mix you can use too.
You can use leftover rice for this recipe, or you can substitite cauliflower or riced broccoli. -Start with trio of celery, carrots and onion. Cook until sweated down in oil -Add rice or riced veggie -Add soy sauce and tereyaki sauce -Add assorted veggies (leftover, fresh, frozen or canned) -Add protein of your choice ( chicken, shrimp, beef, tofu, etc.) -Scramble eggs in separate pan and add to rice mixture -Serve and enjoy!
I love kale. I prefer softer versions like blue scotch over dinosaur but any kind is great. This can be used with left over beef, chicken a hearty fish or salmon or use with only veggies. -Add any left over protein -Cut up your kale -Add sweet potato, carrots, peppers, beets (or whatever is left over in the fridge.) You can also add peas, corn (frozen or fresh) -Add onion -Add lemon or lime juice or zest for freshness -Add 2T of olive oil and/or vinegar -Top with chopped nuts