How to Make AMAZING Salmon Recipes to Drool Over!

...ALL Certified Low-Carb Delicious!

One great thing about eating low carb is that most seafood, meat and fish is zero carbs. But you have to pay attention to how you prepare it so that you aren’t adding in all sorts of carbs in your sauces, etc. Here are a full dozen ways you can prepare that gorgeous salmon steak without going off track!

Low Carb Salmon Recipes You'll Love

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Slow Baked Lemon & Thyme Salmon

Salmon BLT Stacks with Lemon Caper Vinaigrette

Salmon BLT Stacks with Lemon Caper Vinaigrette

Michael gets his served with the lemon caper sauce, me… I pass on that and usually settle for a nice honey mustard dressing on this Salmon BLT Stacks with Lemon Caper Vinaigrette dish. Oh and I serve mine on a larger plate because there is nothing worse than messy and I don’t want to lose a leaf of that delicious arugula! I find the freshest at my local Trader Joes!

Cinnamon Pecan Crusted Salmon

Cinnamon Pecan Crusted Salmon

…again super simple to make but this Cinnamon Pecan Crusted Salmon is elegant enough to serve at a fancy dinner party OR a backyard BBQ!

Get the full recipe for Tasty’s Grilled Salmon With Avocado Salsa.

So there you have it!  GREAT recipes that will have your family and guests singing your praises thinking you slaved all day for them! The good news is you don’t have to!

So did we get you thinking? Have another you like more? Be sure to leave a link to it with your comment below! In the meantime, ciao for now!

Ciao for NOW! ~Marge

p.s. thinking of grilling your salmon? It tastes amazing when you use some wood smoking chips:


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