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Alaskan Pollock and Prawn Biryani
  • Time: 18 minutes

Alaskan Pollock and Prawn Biryani

When the weather turns colder I often turn to the warming spicy foods of Indian origin. This recipe is one I make when I don’t want to venture to the stores but rely upon my freezer and storecupboard for basic but convenient ingredients.
BBQ wild Alaska salmon with roasted vegetable salad
  • Time: 1 hour

BBQ wild Alaska salmon with roasted vegetable salad

Summer is all about barbecues and al fresco dining. Bariatrics needn’t miss out with this high-protein treat of salmon served with a healthy roasted vegetable, lentil and wild rice salad.
Chinese Style Steamed Salmon
  • Time: 15 minutes

Chinese Style Steamed Salmon

This is the perfect light dish for bariatrics and cooked and on the table in no time … succulent salmon on a bed of flavored vegetables. To make the dish a little more substantial for non-bariatrics serve with a little cooked rice or egg noodles.
Grilled Alaska Pacific Cod with Pepper Stir Fry
  • Time: 15 minutes

Grilled Alaska Pacific Cod with Pepper Stir Fry

Now here is a stir-fry with a difference and likely to suit early post-ops better than the full-on all-in-one-pan option. The cod is lightly grilled until tender and opaque and therefore easily digestible but then served on a colorful bed of peppers/capsicums, mangetout or sugar snap peas with carrots and beansprouts. You could try ringing the changes with green beans, baby corn, red onion, courgettes/zucchini and broccoli the next time you make it.
Salad Nicoise
  • Time: 30 minutes

Salad Nicoise

This salad, made with tuna, eggs, green beans and peas, is endlessly versatile. It makes a wonderful light summer lunch for friends and yet can be packed in a box for a desk-top lunch or picnic.
  • Time: 20 to 25 minutes

Salmon and couscous lunch bowl

This is a couscous type salad but not as you will have ever seen it before. It is bursting with the fresh flavours of orange, cinnamon and mint. If you can tolerate them, do add the pomegranate seeds, they bring a freshness and crunch that is undeniably good. The recipe is for 4 but can be scaled down, keeps well in the refrigerator for a few days and will be popular with the rest of the family.
Salmon Fillets with Chunky Ratatouille
  • Time: 40 to 50 minutes

Salmon Fillets with Chunky Ratatouille

Enjoy taste of French cuisine by topping chunky vegetable ratatouille with a grilled/broiled fillet of salmon flavored with lemon and fresh Mediterranean herbs. This typically French rustic vegetable dish is also delicious with grilled/broiled chicken.
Salmon Teriyaki with Wasabi Dip
  • Time: 45 minutes

Salmon Teriyaki with Wasabi Dip

This is a wonderful way of serving salmon either as a main course or as a canapé. I have also had success with marinating the salmon with equal quantities of fish sauce (nam pla) and light soy sauce for something a bit more Thai style! Sprinkle the cooked skewers with sesame seeds if you like.
Salmon with Spiced Cranberry Relish
  • Time: 1 hour

Salmon with Spiced Cranberry Relish

Here is a delicious marinated salmon dish which can be served with or without a spicy cranberry relish. There’s no doubt the relish adds sugars to the dish, so WLS patients who know they dump may want to go easy or ration this or indeed forget it altogether ... the marinade for the salmon still means it has a wonderful flavour.
Thai Fish Cakes
  • Time: 1 hour

Thai Fish Cakes

Just the thing to entice the taste buds, Thai fish cakes make a wonderful appetizer and good introduction to a Thai-style meal. Almost any kind of white fish fillets (or shellfish) can be used and can make a main meal dish if accompanied with a grated Thai cucumber salad (grated cucumber seasoned with fish sauce, lime juice, chillies and sliced shallots).
Thai Prawn/Shrimp Salad
  • Time: 10 minutes

Thai Prawn/Shrimp Salad

This rice noodle and prawn/shrimp salad has all the fresh flavours of Thai cuisine. For added crunch add mixed baby salad leaves with Thai basil if you can locate it, and don’t pass on baby coriander/cilantro and amaranth to finish … it will give the dish a truly authentic taste.
Thai Steamed Salmon
  • Time: 30 minutes

Thai Steamed Salmon

Here skinless and boneless salmon fillets are marinated in coriander/cilantro, ginger, mint, lime juice and chillies. It is a delicious dish to serve with brown basmati rice or rice noodles and perhaps a side serving of steamed green beans or pak choy.
Tuna steaks with mango and avocado salad
  • Time: 5 minutes

Tuna steaks with mango and avocado salad

A salsa of avocado and juicy mangoes make this simple fish dish a delicious treat and it can be ready and on the table in under 20 minutes!
Wild Alaska salmon on Thai potatoes
  • Time: 35 to 40 minutes

Wild Alaska salmon on Thai potatoes

This splendid salmon dish literally sings with the fresh flavours of Thai seasonings. If, however, you aren't keen on coriander replace with flat-leaf parsley.
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