Do you love salmon but are unsure how to work it into your weekly meals? This meal plan features easy and delicious salmon recipes to get you started on trying out this versatile and delicious protein.
The meal plan for this week features delicious salmon recipes from our sister site’s recent series all about salmon. Links and instructions for the recipes are below. To hear me walk you through this meal plan, listen to Time Management Insider: E48- Packing Lunches More Quickly, and Salmon Talk by clicking the orange and black play button below, or on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Google Podcasts. In this episode I also give some quick tips for packing lunch more easily, and I talk with Jill Silverman Hough, amazing cookbook author and recipe developer, about her best tips for cooking salmon perfectly.\
Meal Plan #48:
Meal Plan #48 Links And Instructions:
|Day and Meal Names||Links and Instructions|
Chicken Tortilla Soup with Buns and Salad
|• 15-Minute Chicken Tortilla Soup Recipe|
• Serve with toasted burger buns and a salad of lettuce and tomatoes with store-bought dressing.
Stuffed Salmon with Rice and Spinach Salad
|• Spinach and Cream Cheese Stuffed Salmon|
• Make rice, farro, or quinoa. Make twice as much to use on Day #4.
• Serve with a salad of fresh spinach, cucumber, radishes, and store-bought dressing.
Shrimp Scampi Pasta Bake with Green Beans
|• Shrimp Scampi Pasta Bake Recipe|
• Air Fryer Green Beans
Salmon Poke Bowls
|• Salmon Poke Bowl Recipe (note that instead of raw salmon you can use smoked salmon, or use cooked or canned salmon, if you’d prefer)|
|• Salmon Burgers (the recipe uses canned salmon. You can use cooked salmon instead, or you can follow this recipe that starts with raw salmon).|
• Serve burgers topped with lettuce, tomatoes, and cucumbers. For best results, toast the hamburger buns a bit and spread them lightly with mayonnaise.
|Extra Resource:||Here is the printable grocery list that goes with this meal plan :-)|