Easy salmon spaghetti

Easy salmon spaghetti

Easy salmon spaghetti

Spaghetti is an all-time favourite go-to meal. Let’s lift the bar with our easy salmon spaghetti. You can be time-efficient by precooking the spaghetti. Cook and drain the spaghetti then run through cool water. Drain again and coat the pasta with olive oil then place it in an airtight container.  When you’re ready, heat through with the hot sauce. This delicious salmon spaghetti is ideal for when you’re short on time and it also makes a quick and easy family meal. Perfect for a meal for one or many.

Easy salmon spaghetti

Good for heart, brain and arteries

Ashleigh Feltham (MNutrDiet)

This is a spaghetti which takes you to the surf. Using Safcol Salmon instead of beef mince adds heart, brain and artery healthy, omega 3 fat. Salmon is also a good source of iron, needed to transport oxygen around your body. Vitamins B12 and choline support normal functioning of your central nervous system. Thirdly, iodine and selenium keep your thyroid working well and helps maintain a healthy metabolism.

Tomato which is processed into a paste has more bioavailable lycopene. This helps optimise prostate and heart health and may decrease your risk of certain cancers. When selecting pasta and bread, choose the whole grain option. Wholegrain varieties have more fibre for increased fullness and as a result help to maintain a healthy weight.  Wholegrains also include vitamins and minerals such as iron, B vitamins, magnesium, zinc and manganese. Whole grains have more antioxidants to help fight free radicals, and they have more protein to maintain the structure and health of all the cells of your body.

Rocket leaves provide vitamin K as a nutrient, which helps your blood to clot normally and plays a role in keeping your bones strong. The vitamin C in lemon juice helps to keep your immune system working at its best. Vitamin C is also needed for making the protein collagen which is part of your ligaments, tendons, gums, and skin. When selecting olive oil, opt for the extra virgin variety which is not only a good source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fat but also supplies over 36 different antioxidants! Move over traditional meat spag bowl and make room for this nutrition and taste upgrade.

If you like salmon, be sure to check out our salmon recipes page for more inspiration!

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