Easy Balsamic Glazed Salmon and Massaged Kale Salad

Easy Balsamic Glazed Salmon with Sauteed Kale
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Feeling pressed for time but still want to whip up something healthy? We’ve all been there and we have the recipe to prove that it can be remedied. From Eating Bird Food, this pan-seared sweet and spicy salmon paired with a lemony massaged kale salad makes for a perfect superfood duet. Plus it’s high in lots of important vitamins and minerals including vitamin A, C, potassium, calcium and iron. You’ll have a healthy meal in no time.

EBF---Brittany-MullinsBrittany Mullins is a health coach, certified NASM personal trainer and author of the blog, Eating Bird Food. Check out her blog or follow her on Facebook,  Twitter and Instagram for delicious recipes, workouts and tips for living a balanced, healthy life.

Photo courtesy of Brittany Mullins. Original recipe published on Eating Bird Food.

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  1. Pingback: Healthy Bites: It’s National Kale Day! (Celebrate with these 5 Tasty Dishes!) ‹ Hello Healthy
  2. What is the yeast used for in the salad dressing? What is it’s purpose and is it necessary? Thx!

  3. There is hardly anything as satisfying as wonderfully prepared salmon (wild caught, my personal fav!). I do a ginger maple glaze made with lemon, fresh ginger, real maple and a pat of real butter. It is by far our favorite way to have salmon cooked on cedar planks, restaurant quality. We try to have it once a week!