Beetroot, Salmon & Ginger

The following recipe belongs to a dear couple that enjoys cooking, they’re from Tuscany a beautiful region in Italy.

One night we went to visit them with my husband and we had for dinner an amazing salmon with beetroot and ginger.

This recipe is so simple to cook that you will enjoy it, also the ingredients such as beets and ginger could help to improve your blood pressure significantly.

BEETROOT SALMON & GINGER – Special for People with High Blood Pressure.

For the Salmon, you will need 2 peeled shallots, 4 peeled beetroots, 1 parchment paper sheet for the tray that you are going to use in the oven, 1 tablespoon of mustard, 2 tablespoons of lemon juice, 1 pinch freshly ground pepper, a medium-size piece of ginger and sunflower spray oil.

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Pre-heat the oven to 200 degrees. Place the salmon on a table and remove the skin, then spread the mustard, add pepper. Chop the shallots, the ginger, and the beetroot into slices.

Take the tray with the parchment paper sheet and spray the sunflower oil. Use the tray to put the shallots on top of the salmon, then the slices of beetroot and ginger.

Place the salmon in the oven and bake from 10 to 12 minutes (You can find the parchment paper on Amazon).

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Transfer the cooked salmon onto serving plates, you can play with other ingredients such as cod or tuna and enjoy this meal with slices of avocado or roasted sweet potatoes.

Remember that beetroot has beneficial nutrients to reduce high blood pressure, I will give you more recipes on the blog. Please share your comments and Follow me on the PocketBook.blog

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