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Sheet Pan Almond-Crusted Salmon With Green Beans

Sheet Pan Almond-Crusted Salmon With Green Beans
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Coarsely chopped almonds and Parmesan cheese create a crunchy topping for salmon fillets, and a swipe of Dijon mustard ensures the topping adheres and keeps the fish moist. Green beans and meaty cremini mushrooms are roasted on the same sheet pan, so clean up is easy — a bonus on busy weeknights.

The American Heart Association recommends eating 8 ounces of fatty fish per week to promote heart health with omega-3 fatty acids. Diets high in omega-3’s have been linked to lower risk for cardiovascular disease, cancer and cognitive decline, due to its cellular protective properties. This recipe gets you more than half of your recommended fatty fish intake for the week.

Active time: 15 minutes Total time: 40 minutes


CLICK TO TWEET THIS ARTICLE > This one-pan dinner makes for the perfect fast, weeknight meal, all for under 320-calories. Via @MyFitnessPal


Originally published September 2020

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