EASY Baked Salmon Filet Recipe

Get over 200 Muscle Building Recipe Ideas at: www.AnabolicCooking.net If you are looking for a quick and easy salmon recipe, try this Baked Salmon Filet. Baked Salmon Nutritional Info 4 oz serving (ie 115 gram serving) 233 calories 14 grams of fat – mostly healthy omega 3 fats 0 carbohydrates 25 grams of protein To make this recipe all you have to do is line a baking sheet with aluminum foil. Grease or spray some PAM on the foil to keep the salmon from sticking. Lay out your salmon filet on the baking sheet. (I like to get my salmon from Costco as they have the best prices around for meats and fish). Add salt, pepper, garlic, and spices according to your personal taste preferences. Bake in the over at 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes (Time will vary depending on how thick the salmon filet is and how well you like it cooked.) Half way through I like to switch the oven to broil and turn on the top heating element. This will help cook the fish from both the top and the bottom. That’s it, simple, quick, and clean up is easy because we used aluminum foil on the baking sheet so there is little mess involved. Give this baked salmon recipe a try for yourself and then leave me a comment below letting me know how you like it. And if you would like to get over 200 delicious & healthy muscle building meal ideas, I suggest you pick up a copy of the Anabolic Cooking Cookbook at: www.AnabolicCooking.net Make sure to friend me up on facebook so we can keep in touch www.facebook.com


Love potato chips but don’t like the calories .. well now you don’t have to worry! This potato chips are delicious! You must try them 🙂 SUBSCRIBE TO MY COOKING CHANNEL, NEW VIDEOS EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY: www.youtube.com FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: twitter.com Ingredients: (for one medium size bowl of chips) 2 medium sized potatoes (skin on) 2 cups of vinegar 2 tablespoons of salt For plain potato chips or flavoured: After you have sliced the potatoes, rinse and soak to remove excess starch. Dry off and place on baking paper lined tray. Then sprinkle with either salt, chill flakes, bbq rub, garlic salt or any desired herbs and spices. Bake as per instructions. *NOTE* As each oven is different make sure you keep an eye on them, if they are browning too quickly, simply lower the temperature.
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What is a healthier way to cook a baked potato?

Question by Alex Arulf: What is a healthier way to cook a baked potato?
Is it healthier to cook a potato in the oven or microwave?

Best answer:

Answer by Dottie R
Either way is healthy. Just scrub the potato, poke it with some fork holes so the steam can escape, then bake.

I much prefer the texture of a baked potato done in the oven. The insides are fluffier and the skin can get crispy. But there’s no difference in health.

No need to oil the skin or wrap in foil. Just don’t load it up with butter or sour cream when serving and the baked potato is very healthy. Lots of nutrients in the skin also!

Give your answer to this question below!

What are some unique baked chicken recipes kids might like?

Question by Rindsey: What are some unique baked chicken recipes kids might like?
TIred of making the same thing over and over again. Any suggestion to to liven up chicken dinner for picky eaters. That means no spinach, or any other green stuff.

Best answer:

Answer by ND DVM
No picky eaters at my house! I always gave my kids a choice at dinnertime: eat or don’t eat. Also, on the platform of “what they don’t know won’t hurt them,” I was famous for grating or food-processing all manner of veggies and putting them in sauces, meatloaf, etc: celery, green peppers, spinach, zucchini, carrots. . .you may feel this is fundamentally dishonest. It really is incredible how very little a child must eat to grow and remain healthy.

How about baking the chicken partway, then covering with tomato sauce (spaghetti sauce from a can or jar is good) and topping with a little mozzarella cheese just before serving? Put some cooked spaghetti or noodles underneath it and you’re good to go.

What do you think? Answer below!

Heinz Baked Beans – Woolworths QV AUD1.32

Heinz Baked Beans – Woolworths QV AUD1.32
Healthy Snacks
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A cheap and healthy snack!
Low GI, low fat, low salt, high fibre.
oh, and probably high sugar too 🙂

Heinz Baked Beans – Salt Reduced
Even healthier than healthy. The same great ingredients, just less salt. Tasty navy beans in a rich tomato sauce. Wheat and gluten free. Select your size to suit – 130g, 220g, 420g.

Woolworths QV
(03) 9663 5181
Lonsdale St (cnr Swanston St)
Melbourne VIC 3000