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Grilled Salmon Fillets

March 20, 2016


Grilled Salmon Fillets


Salmon is always acknowledged as delicious and nutritious. But, a lot of people don’t realize how true that is. Grilling is a favorite of the healthy grilled salmon recipes, and for good reason.



The FDA and MSC both show the facts of grilled salmon nutrition. It’s high in Omega-3 fatty acids, which help prevent heart attack and stroke. They prevent and mitigate rheumatoid arthritis. They give your young ones the ability to grow strong and healthy. They can even combat depression, as societies that eat a low of omega-3 have lower average depression rates. It’s difficult to find Omega-3 EPA and DHA outside of fish, so picking one that’s high in them is very important.



Salmon is low in mercury, meaning you can eat as much as you want. It’s also a great source of protein, which is used for building muscles. It has plenty of vitamin B, responsible for keeping your metabolism healthy and preventing infections. It contains potassium, an element that keeps your respiratory system healthy and can prevent cramps. Another important element found in salmon is selenium, is an antioxidant that bolsters your immune system and inflammation.



In short, if you aren’t eating salmon, you really should be.


But when it comes to grilled salmon recipes, there’s a whole world of options- and then some. It’s hard to figure out what exactly would be the right way to go, so if you’re not sure, this recipe is a good place to start. It’s the best grilled salmon recipe ever for its simplicity and taste. Some people will try to add new flavors, but the reality is that salmon already has an excellent flavor. Adding more will just muddy the dish and drown the fish, ironically. A smart chef will focus on accentuating that natural taste and bringing it to life, something achieved in this recipe.


For those of us at home, that’s great news! I like to make some nice, easy grilled salmon when I’m hungry for fish on a weekend. Staying away from all the added sugars of dressings is very good for your body. It’s quite a refreshing change of pace from your average barbecue. You don’t need any pricey ingredients or any tools. If you don’t have a grill with a built-in thermometer, there are grill thermometers available. You can find them at your local brick-and-mortar.


After watching the video, you may decide you want to include some sides with it. Any fish goes well with rice, which anyone can make, and steamed vegetables. If you go that route, make sure to start the rice and vegetables at the right time. Grilled salmon is a very quick recipe on top of being easy.



Whether you’re a professional chef, a stay at home parent, or just looking for something good to eat, grilled salmon is the way to go.

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