Daring ‘Omega-3′ Salmon Tacos
I love fish tacos. I discovered them at the Cheesecake Factory in Boston and haven’t met one I didn’t like yet.
I also love salmon. My parents are from Oregon, and my grandfather loved salmon fishing. I grew up eating salmon fresh off of the grill all summer long.
Combining salmon with fish tacos is just a wonderful concept to me.
6.5 oz fresh sockeye salmon (about one pouch or one can if you can’t get fresh and make sure to drain it)
½ cup tomato, chopped
½ cup celery, chopped
1 Tbs Mayonnaise (link)
2 tsp lemon juice
2 TBS guacamole
2 hard or soft corn taco shells
Food safe containers
Cooler, Cooler bag, thermal insulated lunchbox, or access to a refrigerator
Try never to eat at your desk. Eat in a break area or cafeteria or on a sunny bench outside if the day is nice.
Before leaving home: Mix salmon, tomato, and celery with mayonnaise and lemon juice. Place in food-storage container. Place taco shells in a sturdy plastic container so they don’t get crushed or broken.
When you get hungry: Fill the taco shells with the salmon mixture and guacamole and dig in.
One super healthy working man-friendly brown bag lunch of 2 or 3 salmon tacos
|Very high in selenium
High in niacin
High in vitamin B6
High in vitamin B12
Low in sugar
I would love to hear any feedback about this recipe. Did you make it? Did you enjoy it? Did you make any adjustments to it?
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