Cooking Seafood at Home: Hibachi Style Salmon is Perfect for National Seafood Month

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Understandably we get a bit more excited than most about National Seafood Month.   This year with so many exciting options we wanted to take a moment to honor the inspirational men and women who are embracing cooking seafood at home as a choice for health, wellness and weight management.  We are especially impressed by our Weight Watchers friends who embrace the exciting truth that in most cases seafood is a ZERO POINT(S) option.  Taking the time to take care of “you” is often easier said than done.  Therefore, to all those invested in self-care we say, “We ‘sea’ you and we support you!”

This recipe is from one of our favorite Weight Watchers foodies, VeryMichelly who embraced one of our favorites… Salmon.

Here is what she had to say…

For this recipe, I used the Fremont brand Wild Caught Pink Salmon because it comes in convenient, individually packed portions. It’s very tender and tastes delicious. You can find this brand at Aldi in the freezer section.

This recipe makes 1 serving of fish | 3 WW Freestyle Points per serving (for the marinade/sauce).

Feel free to add whatever sides you like. The side dishes shown in the photo are garden salad with Ginger dressing, vegetable fried rice, bean sprouts and edamame.

 

Cooking seafood at home has never been easier: Hibachi Style Salmon for National Seafood Month

 

Check out the full recipe HERE

 


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