Salmon en croute

Salmon en croute

Salmon en croute

Here’s something a little different. This salmon en croute is made with simple ingredients and is perfect for occasions like Easter. It looks and tastes amazing.  You’ll find step by step ‘how to’ photos below.  We’d love to see your version too if you’d like to share it.

Salmon en croute

Salmon en croute

Salmon is a great source of omega 3 fat which is vital for a healthy brain, heart, artery, and eye function. 

Ashleigh Feltham (MNutrDiet)

A fancy sounding meal with fancy health benefits to match. The star protein is the Safcol salmon in Springwater. Protein helps you feel fuller for longer and is also an essential macronutrient needed to build and repair all the cells in your body. Salmon, is a great source of omega 3 fat which is vital for a healthy brain, heart, artery, and eye function. As an anti-inflammatory fat, it may also assist with the management of symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. Salmon is a good source of vitamin D which plays an important role in allowing calcium to be absorbed properly as well as supporting a normal immune system function.  Salmon also provides your body with a good dose of vitamin A, B12, iron, zinc, and selenium.

When you are selecting olive oil, the gold star is the extra virgin with over 36 different antioxidants to help fight off free radicals which can cause damage and disease to the cells of your body.  Olive oil contains monounsaturated fats, like omega 3 fat, so it helps to keep your cholesterol levels in the healthy range.

Nutmeg adds flavour and its own range of antioxidants. If you want a healthy working immune system, then the lemon helps as a source of vitamin C. Spinach leaves are rich in vitamin A which not only supports a healthy immune system but helps your eyes functioning well. Baby spinach also gives your body a good dose of vitamin K. This is needed for normal blood clotting and helps to make strong bones.  Helping your immune function further are the shallots with the antioxidant’s quercetin, kaempferol, and allicin. Shallots and baby spinach are also a source of folate, and this B vitamin is needed to help repair and make DNA.

Cream cheese and eggs add more protein to the meal. Cream cheese is also a great source of calcium for strong bones and teeth. The eggs add additional vitamin A, D, B12, iron, zinc, and selenium. This is a fancy recipe with fancy health benefits for your body and a must-try.

Nutritional Information

Nutritional Information
Serving Size300g
Average qty per serveAverage qty per 100g
Fat, total
- saturated
This nutritional information has been created using the foodstandards.gov.au online tool. While every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, it should be considered a guide only.

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

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