Gosh, this healthy eating lark goes to your head! I’m even trawling the internet trying to find the best deals on spirulina powder and acidophilus, and things that a week ago I’d never heard of! (Apparently they’re good for you..)
Seriously, I have cakes in my bread bin that I’ve not looked at. And chocolate in my cupboard that is just waiting for me, patiently. What has happened to me?!
At least we can appreciate the simplicity and goodness of some of my meals instead. Like this salmon dish: one roasting tray is all you need, so hallelujah, less washing up. The salmon is packed with protein so great after my bootcamp session, and the broccoli is fibrous and the veggies, well, all veg is good for you, no? So here you have it, tasty, simple and clean – give it a whirl!
Ingredients for one:
100g fillet of salmon
1 Tsp. coconut oil
1/2 head of broccoli, cut into florets
1 small pepper, chopped
3-4 mushrooms, quartered
6-8 cherry tomatoes
Salt and pepper
Preheat oven to 180C.
If your coconut oil is liquidy, swirl it around the bottom of a roasting dish. If it’s still solid, smother it like you would grease a baking dish with butter – it’s the same consistency.
Put the salmon skin side down onto the oiled roasting dish, then throw in all of the ingredients. Bake for 15-18 minutes. A quick dish for when you’re famished after the gym!