Paleo Recipe: Baked Apple Salmon

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This is a very healthy recipe because salmon is high in omega 3 fatty acids which have been shown to help with brain functioning and is a great source of amino acids which are important for cellular growth and function. It’s low in sodium and very low in preservatives (depending on which brand of mustard you use). To make it a little more healthy I would suggest using wild salmon instead of farm raised. Wild salmon is also less fishy tasting but does cost more.

Baked Apple Salmon

Ingredients:

  • 1 salmon filet
  • 1 apple, chopped
  • Dijon mustard
  • Black pepper
  • Herbes De Provence ( or substitute dried thyme and basil)
  • Apple Cider vinegar

Directions:
On a large piece of foil place chopped apple aside.  Spread Dijon mustard on one side of salmon and turn face-down on apples.  Season with pepper and Herbes De Provence. Drizzle on a bit of apple cider vinegar.  Close up foil to make a packet and place in 350 degree oven for about 25 minutes.

~Ann Moon

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  • Naomi

    I tried this last night. It is SOOOOO tasty! Thank you for sharing! I tend to get stuck in ruts when it comes to salmon because pretty much any way you cook it, it tastes good.. So it’s nice to change it up with a recipe like this! The apples were to die for to. I pretty much diced them, instead of chopping them and they absolutely melted in my mouth. I paired it with baby broccoli, seared in the oven, and a few pieces of sourdough baguette, toasted in the oven. It was a really nice combination!

  • Beth

    I tried this tonight and it turned out great! My husband and I both liked it and we definitely have it again.