I love eating salmon, it’s super easy and quick to make and pack with tons of Omega 3 Oils, vitamin and minerals. Salmon is considered a brain food due to its component of Omega 3 oils and nutrient. When consumed, salmon can benefits the heart, joints and brain. According to scientific research, eating salmon will even make you happier too! At an estimated of 250 calories per 100 grams and 25 grams of protein, this fish definitely should be in your diet for those who are planning to lose weight.
A great thing about salmon is it’s versatility , you can poach them, bake them and eat them raw.
So here’s my recipe for this week, Orange-flax Marinated Salmon with Chinese vegetable and brown rice. This dish is really simple and delicious, salmon is marinated in orange juice and top with a flax seed herb mix, serve with Chinese vegetables and brown rice. This dish takes about 20 minutes to make and at 300 calories, it’s a both win for your fitness diet and tummy! I hope you enjoy it!
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Christine, 82 Flavors
Weight: 72.2 kg (158.84 pounds)
Waist line: 36 inch, Tummy: 40 inch
Breakfast: Rolled oat(199 cals), soya milk powder(90 cals), Water with Apple Cider Vinegar (7 cals), Water (0 cals)
Lunch: Chicken Carrots Patties with Brown Rice (250 cals)
Dinner: Chinese Vegetable (19 cals), Brown Rice (153 cals), Chicken Fillet (110 cals), Enoki Mushrooms (10 cals)
Snacks: seaweed (50 cals), tomato crackers (300 cals), thousand crackers (300 cals)
Total Consumed Calories: 1,488 calories
Christine’s full body stretch (58 cals)
Aerobic High Impact 5 min (30 cals)
Total Burnt calories: 88 cals
Christine, 82 Flavors
The idea of this dish came from an auntie from Vietnam, she’s an amazing chef and whenever I go visit her, she makes this beautiful meat patties that’s serve with wrapped fresh lettuce. It’s so yummy that I always go for thirds.
So here’s my version, made from chicken and carrots served with brown rice, takes about 20 minutes to make. I had so much fun making these but even more fun eating them! Chum chum! I hope you guys will enjoy it too!
September 1, 2014:
A healthier alternative will be to baked them instead of pan frying them in oil. Using a non-stick baking pan/sheet, Bake at 375 degrees for 15 minutes, flip patties, and bake for an additional 7 minutes. You can place a small bowl of water into the corner of the oven, this will help steam the patties and keep them moist.
Thanks to Rparacelsus from Calories Count for the awesome tip!
Have a Happy Workout Day,
christine, 82 Flavors