Recipes for Foil-Baked Salmon


Foil-baked salmon only requires a few key ingredients and a little bit of know how. Get recipes for foil-baked salmon with help from an LA-based celebrity fitness coach and healthy chef in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Rona Lewis, Fitness and Lifestyle Coach and Healthy Chef. Today, we are going to make foil salmon. Now, one of the things I love about making anything in foil is that it's incredibly healthy because there's not a ton of oil or any other additives that might add calories. And you can make whatever combinations you want. One of my favorites is going Asian. So, I'm going to show you how to do that as well. The first thing we're going to do is preheat the oven to 450 degrees so that it really steams the fish. Then, you're going to take two layers of foil just to make it a little bit stronger and you're going to spray it with some oil. This is olive oil. So, I'm spraying the bottom. Then, I'm going to lay my fish down. You want to put it right in the middle so that you have room for all the different vegetables. Now, I chose bok choy and just sprinkle it right over the top. I have some shiitake mushrooms; now you can use whatever vegetables you want. Here are some peas sprouts, pea pods, red pepper. Now, to make an Asian sauce, I use a couple of tablespoons of vegetable oil, couple of tablespoons of soy sauce, teaspoon, teaspoon and a half of toasted sesame oil and then some, I like garlic, I think there's two garlic cloves in here, some fresh grated ginger to add some punch to it and some red chili flakes for some kick. Now, all you do, mix it up a little bit and pour it over the top. And last but certainly not least, you go to have your scallions. So, those all go on; I add a little pepper; I don't think you need salt because the soy sauce is pretty salty as it is. Now, fold the over the sides; it's pretty like that, isn't it? Fold over the sides and really crimp the ends to make sure that not, no steam or, comes out or that there's no leakage. And all you do is bake it, about 20, 25 minutes or so. And then it looks like this. Now, this is what it looks like coming right out of the oven. Now, I'm going to plate it so you can see what it looks like on the plate. So, you're going to take it from the middle and all you do is take the extra vegetables and put them on the side. It's colorful, it's flavorful, it gets infused with not only the sauce, but with the flavor of the vegetables because it's in that foil pack. I'm Rona Lewis, Fitness and Lifestyle Coach, Healthy Chef, thanks for joining me for foil salmon.


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