Watercress and Salmon Salad

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Watercress and Salmon Salad

Watercress and Salmon Salad

For people with MS, this salad is a great combination of immune-supporting nutrients. Vitamin A from the watercress, and salmon which supplies essential omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin D. You can cook your own salmon fillet or for simplicity choose pre-packed poached salmon, or lightly smoked chunky slices, opting for the lowest in salt. Finish the salad with a simple drizzle of balsamic glaze.

No of servings 1
Preparation time 5 minutes
Cooking time 0 minutes

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Ingredients

30g watercress, washed and drained
70g poached salmon
4 small slices (about 40g) of mozzarella
6 -8 cherry tomatoes, halved
Balsamic glaze

Method

  1. Break the watercress into small florets and place in the serving dish.
  2. Flake the salmon on top and add the tomatoes and mozzarella.
  3. Drizzle over some balsamic glaze and serve at once

Serving suggestions
Serve with bread or new potatoes
 
Storage
The salad is not suitable for storage.

Nutritional analysis per portion

Energy kcal 320 Vitamin D mcg 5.5
Protein g 25.6 Vitamin A mcg 210
Carbohydrate g 5.4 Omega 3 g 2.7
Of which sugars g 4.8    
Fat g 21.7    
Of which saturates g 7.7    
Fibre g 1.6    
Salt g 0.5    

Food safety advice

Always wash your hands, work surfaces, utensils and chopping boards before starting to cook.

Allergen information

Contains: fish.

Produced by Claire Fenlon and Fiona Wilcock 2020

Following expert advice we have decided to suspend all face-to-face appointments and activities and the Centre is currently closed to members and volunteers. We are looking at alternative ways to support people with MS. For further information click here
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