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PCOS Friendly One Pan Salmon

Salmon is a great PCOS friendly food. It’s a good source of Omega 3 Essential fatty acids. And we know that Omega 3 helps to lower testosterone levels and a mange inflammation. So, I always try to make sure that we have salmon at least once a week. I’m going to share my favourite PCOS friendly salmon recipe with you…

Now, with 2 small children, dinner time can be stressful. I normally have Josh “helping” me (hanging on my legs, shouting for food). So, I like meals that are quick and don’t involve too much work. This One Pan Salmon fits the bill. It may take a little while in the oven but there is very little work involved, making it one of my favourite go-to meals.

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If you are going to buy salmon, try find wild Alaskan salmon or any other wild salmon as it is much higher in Omega 3’s than farmed salmon.

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Ingredients:

  • 1 lb / 400g new potatoes, halved if large
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 8 asparagus spears, trimmed and halved
  • 2 handfuls cherry tomatoes
  • 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
  • 2 salmon fillets, about 140g/5oz each
  • handful basil leaves

Method:

  • Heat oven to 220C / 430F. Tip the potatoes and 1 tbsp of olive oil into an ovenproof dish, then roast the potatoes for 20 mins until starting to brown.
  • Toss the asparagus in with the potatoes, then return to the oven for 15 mins.
  • Throw in the cherry tomatoes and vinegar and nestle the salmon amongst the vegetables.
  • Drizzle with the remaining oil and return to the oven for a final 10-15 mins until the salmon is cooked. Scatter over the basil leaves and serve everything scooped straight from the dish.
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    1. The new potatoes (or baby potatoes) are not as heavy on the starch/carbs/GI as full-grown potatoes are. Sweet potatoes would probably be better but not everyone can eat sweet potatoes.

  1. have to try.i actually ve been diagnosed with PCOS.This website help me a lot. Now i ve my own baby.Thanks to u..

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