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  • Asian-Style Trout en Papillote Not rated yet
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    Cooking en papillote makes clean-up a snap. And it keeps the fish inside moist and flavourful.

    Asian-Style Trout en Papillote
  • Baked “Fried” Fish Not rated yet
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    A much healthier take on fried fish, this baked version is coated in panko crumbs. You could also use our Blue Menu cod in place of halibut. Add some baked fries for a healthy fish and chips dinner.

    Baked “Fried” Fish
  • Broiled Maple Salmon Fillets Not rated yet
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    Salmon is a source of omega-3 polyunsaturated fat, an essential heart healthy fat that our bodies need to function properly. Omega-3 may protect against coronary artery disease and stroke.

    Broiled Maple Salmon Fillets
  • Bruschetta Halibut with Easy Green Onion Couscous Not rated yet
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    A delicious and colourful way to get more healthful omega-3 fat in your family’s diet.

    Bruschetta Halibut with Easy Green Onion Couscous
  • Cacciucco (Fisherman's Soup) Not rated yet
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    Cacciucco (kah-CHOO-ko) means "mixture". A jar of strained tomatoes forms the base for this ready-in-a half-hour substantial fisherman's soup.

    Cacciucco (Fisherman's Soup)
  • Cool Cucumber Sunomono with Crab Not rated yet
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    Sunomono is Japanese for vinegared salads, especially refreshing in the heat of summer. Serve as part of multi-course Japanese meal.

    Cool Cucumber Sunomono with Crab
  • Corn and Salmon Chowder Not rated yet
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    Salmon is fatty, but it’s a good-for-you fat, with plenty of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. No need to cut the salmon in chunks before putting it in the pot; roughly break it up with a spoon after it’s cooked.

    Corn and Salmon Chowder
  • Creamy Salmon and Peas on Toast Not rated yet
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    This comforting dish is a retro family favourite. Lots of savoury sauce tops toasted English muffins below, which soak it up and become deliciously soggy. Serve in shallow bowls.

    Creamy Salmon and Peas on Toast
  • Creamy Salmon Linguine Not rated yet
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    Supermom feeds a family of four with one can of salmon! Deliciously creamy, and easy enough to make on a weeknight.

    Creamy Salmon Linguine
  • Exploding Tuna, Broccoli and Cheddar Sweet Potato Skins Not rated yet
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    Always keep a few cans of tuna on hand- it’s a great source of protein, reasonably-priced and infinitely versatile. Try this baked sweet potato, stuffed to bursting.

    Exploding Tuna, Broccoli and Cheddar Sweet Potato Skins