Grilled Salmon & Fiddleheads

Grilled Salmon & Fiddleheads is a healthy meal that makes a fantastic dinner!

35 min. 2 serv.
31 ratings

One of the best ways to serve Fiddleheads is with Pink Salmon! Our Grilled Salmon & Fiddleheads is a great Gluten-Free meal and tastes delicious too! This seafood dish is topped with our Maple-Soy Glaze to give it an extra kick of flavor. Share this recipe with your friends and let them in on the secret behind such a flavorsome meal!

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CALORIES: 560

INGREDIENTS

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2 Pink salmon, Approximately 7oz each with skin on
1/4 Cup , Maple-Soy Glaze
2 Cup Fiddlehead ferns
1 Tomato, minced with seeds, pulp removed
1 Shallot, Minced
1 Garlic clove, Minced
2 Tbsp Olive oil
2 Tbsp Italian seasoning
Salt, To taste

Maple-Soy Glaze

1/4 Cup Soy sauce
2 Tbsp Maple syrup
2 Tbsp Fresh cilantro, Chopped
2 Tbsp Sweet Chili

DIRECTIONS

Did you know?

Fiddleheads are rich in Vitamin A and C, which helps boost the body’s immune system and defends it against infection. They are also a significant source of potassium, which can improve cardiovascular health. Foods high in potassium will help decrease the risk of developing strokes, heart attacks and heart disease. Moreover, adding Fiddleheads to a well-balanced diet can boost your energy levels, as well as maintain blood sugar levels due to the manganese content.

Do not consume Fiddleheads raw. Ensure that you properly prepare them before consuming. When preparing fiddleheads, make sure that you scrape off the brown scales, wash the fiddleheads thoroughly in cold water, and then boil them in water.

For more salmon recipes check out: Salmon Poke Bowl, One Pan Salmon & Veggies, and Jamaican Jerk Salmon.

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