Thursday, January 3, 2013

Healthy Salmon with Dill

Perfect Pairing:  No time to make dinner

I found this recipe on the blog of my lovely sorority sister, Linda Wagner.  Her site is an inspiration to me as a blogger and as a healthy lifestyle enthusiast.  Her photographs are gorgeous and she gives some great tips and recipes.  Her site says that she is a skilled Nutrition and Lifestyle Coach who utilizes a holistic methodology to invigorate the mind, body, and spirit.  It is her passion to assist others in achieving their true, unlimited potential.  I think she is doing just that!  Be sure to check it out.
The Perfect Pairing for this recipe is a night when you just don’t have much time to make dinner, but still want something delicious and healthy.  There are just a few ingredients and the prep is done in minutes.  After about 15 minutes in the oven you have an amazing salmon dish! 
I bought salmon that still had the skin on and cooked it on foil.  After you mix up the yogurt sauce you spread a thick layer on the salmon and it goes straight into the oven.  When it is cooked the salmon slides right off the skin.  Throw away the foil and clean-up is done!


  1. Absolutely delightful! The Healthy Salmon with Dill is a culinary masterpiece that tantalizes the taste buds with its perfect blend of succulent salmon and refreshing dill. The dish not only satisfies the palate but also caters to health-conscious individuals, making it a guilt-free indulgence. The vibrant flavors and nutritional benefits create a symphony of goodness on the plate. Kudos to the chef for crafting such a wholesome and flavorful dish that proves healthy eating can be an absolute delight!

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