Salmon is delicious, versatile and full of omega-3 fatty acids — nutrients that the body needs to run more efficiently. Most dieticians recommend eating at least two servings of fatty fish per week — and the great thing about salmon is that it can be quite easy to add to your weekly meal plan.
What you need:
• 4 sheets of foil (9"x 9”)
• 4 four-ounce salmon fillets
• 4 tbsp lemon-pepper butter
• 8 slices of lemon
• 8 grape tomatoes, halved
• 4 sprigs of thyme
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Place the sheets of foil on a baking sheet. Place the salmon fillets on top of the foil sheets, one fillet per sheet. Spread a tbsp of butter on top of each of the fillets and season with salt to taste. Add 2 lemon slices to the top of the fillets, followed by 4 tomato halves. Top with a sprig of thyme. Repeat this for all 4 fillets. Fold the foil around the fish so that it is completely covered. Bake for about 15 minutes, or until the salmon is cooked through. Served with rice or vegetables.
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* Clinical Study Report. NO. BTS 275/07, Feb. 16, 2009. Esslingen, Germany