Salted-salmon dishes

Salted-salmon dishes

The entire family will love this dish for salmon with salsa. Salmon and other fatty fish should be a part of your child’s diet. Omega 3 fatty acids are crucial for the development of the brain and vision. Additionally, oily fish has vitamin D, which aids in the body’s absorption of calcium and strengthens your child’s bones.

2 tbsp Cream cheese
3 tbsp Chopped Chives
2 tsps Chopped Basil
2 tsps Chopped Dill
1 tbsp Lemon juice
200 g Salmon fillet, skinned
3 tbsp Fine fresh Breadcrumbs
3 tbsp Parmesan, grated
1 tbsp Chives
3 Tomatoes, deseeded and chopped
2 Spring onions, chopped
3 tbsp Olive oil
2 tbsp White wine vinegar
1 tbsp Chopped Basil


Set the oven’s temperature to 200°C/180°F/Gas 6.
preparing the topping Combine and season the cream cheese, chives, basil, dill, and lemon juice.

Cover the whole top and bottom of the fillets with the mixture. Set in a baking pan. Combine the breadcrumbs, parmesan, and 1 tablespoon chives. On top of the fillets, sprinkle. Bake the salmon for about 12 minutes, or until it is cooked through and the topping is just beginning to turn golden. To rapidly crispen the top if the topping is a touch too pale, place it on a hot grill.

Combine the tomatoes, spring onions, olive oil, vinegar, basil, and a sprinkle of sugar to make the salsa. Serve the fish with a seasoning.

Unprotected fatty acid oxidation is stopped by vitamin E. Metabolism is accelerated by vitamin D. helps to maintain and strengthen tissue, the skin, and mucous membranes while also encouraging growth. Vitamin D helps to maintain healthy tissue, skin, and mucous membranes while also promoting development. On the other hand, group B vitamins help the neurological system and transform proteins and carbs into bodily energy. They support the health of the eyes and hair, enhance the function of the stomach and intestines, help people maintain a healthy weight, and aid in the production of red blood cells.