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I live for easy meals and as of lately cooking complicated meals are out of the question.  Its summer time and my 5 year old is off from school and I opted not to put him in summer camp this year so I’ve been quite occupied with him, my 6 month old and other matters so spending a lot of time cooking is just not realistic.  Fish is one of the quickest and easiest proteins to prepare and I try to incorporate some sort of fish or seafood in our weekly diet.  As much as we love salmon, I must admit that I don’t cook it often and will usually cook a learner fish such as snapper or porgy.  On my last trip to Your Dekalb Farmer’s Market the salmon caught my eye and I decided to pick up a few filets.  Salmon is a rich, fatty fish and I decided to balance it by stuffing it with sautéed spinach.  It was fairly easy to prepare and once stuffed, the fish cooks in about 15 minutes.   It’s super simple and requires no special ingredients or technique but is big on flavor and was a hit all around – even with my picky 5 year old who is easily deterred by the sight of anything green. 



  1. July 22, 2017 / 11:12 am

    i love spinach and salmon both ,i will definitely try this master piece