Salmon roasted kale avocado potato salad

Salmon roasted kale avocado potato salad

Salmon roasted kale avocado potato salad

Potatoes, spring asparagus and roasted kale combine with wild-caught salmon and a zingy dressing to make this warm salmon roasted kale avocado potato salad a perfect light meal for a sunny day.

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

Salmon adds an essential fat needed for your body – omega 3.

 Ashleigh Feltham (MNutrDiet)

Why would you choose a regular potato salad when you could level up to a Safcol Salmon, roasted kale, avocado potato salad? The staple of the potato salad must be the potato which is a great vegetable to include in your diet because of its fibre content to help keep you feeling fuller for longer. Also, folate to help your body make and repair DNA and potassium for optimal blood pressure levels.

The Safcol salmon adds an essential fat needed for your body called omega 3 fat. Omega 3 fat helps to keep your heart and brain working well. As an anti-inflammatory fat, omega 3 fat may also help treat some symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, asthma, and irritable bowel disease. Salmon is also a good source of animal haem iron which is important to allow oxygen to be transported around your body properly. Iron is also needed to make neurotransmitters in your brain.

Extra virgin olive oil helps fight off free radicals which can cause damage, disease and ageing to your cells thanks to over 36 different antioxidants! It also helps keep your cholesterol in a healthy range because of the monounsaturated fat it provides.

Kale and asparagus are other great sources of fibre, folate and potassium but also vitamin A to support a strong immune system and help your eyes work at their best. Also, vitamin K which is needed for normal blood clotting and plays a part in keeping your bones strong.

Garlic adds an immune-boosting antioxidant called allicin while avocado boosts the amount of potassium, vitamin K, folate, and monounsaturated fat in this meal. To add the star to your immune system the lemon juice adds a good dose of vitamin C.  If you select the apple cider vinegar this helps lower the glycemic index of the meal. This means your blood sugar will not rise so high so quickly and helps promote sustained energy release. This salad is a clear winner over other potato salads.

Nutritional Information

Nutritional Information
Serving Size400g
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.

Recipe Rating

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