Mommy Blog Expert: Grilled Teriyaki Salmon Rainbow Salad Recipe Gluten Free w/ Fresh Fruit #RealisticResolution

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Grilled Teriyaki Salmon Rainbow Salad Recipe Gluten Free w/ Fresh Fruit #RealisticResolution


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Gorton's is a brand that has made repeat appearances on MBE. In my previous post about their extensive line of fish products, it was to showcase my original recipe for Skillet Crisp Tilapia Fish Mexican Fiesta. Then, last month Gorton's invited the public to participate in the 30-Day Realistic Resolution Challenge on SparkPeople.com. Now, in my continuing role as an ambassador for the brand, MBE is not only hosting another Gorton's Giftbasket Giveaway, I'm also pleased to tell you the news about Gorton's good-for-you grilled fish collection and to share a new MBE exclusive recipe that incorporates Gorton's Classic Grilled Salmon: Grilled Teriyaki Salmon Rainbow Fruit Salad.


Grilled Teriyaki Salmon Rainbow Fruit Salad, MommyBlogExpert.com

What's New

Gorton's Grilled Fish perfectly-portioned protein-packed products make it easy for you to continue keeping your new year resolutions to eat healthy food. In fact, the Classic Grilled Salmon Fillets variety that I used to make the dish above are wild caught, gluten free and only 100 calories each with two fillets per box. With its rainbow of colors and high anti-oxidant fruits, this is good any time of year but would be particularly in theme to serve as your main course for St. Patrick's Day lunch or dinner.

Recipe

Grilled Teriyaki Salmon
Rainbow Fruit Salad
Yields 2 Servings

Ingredients
  • 1 Box Gorton's Classic Grilled Salmon
  • 2-4 tbsp of your favorite Teriyaki Sauce
  • Green Leaf Lettuce
  • Baby Lettuce Blend
  • Strawberries
  • Blueberries
  • Orange
  • Blackberries
  • Thompson Green Grapes
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Directions

1. With rack in center, preheat oven to 400 degrees

2. Place frozen salmon fillets on cookie sheet spaced at least a half inch apart

3. Lightly brush top of each piece of fish with 1-2 tablespoons of teriyaki sauce

4. Bake until nicely browned, approximately 14-16 minutes

5. While fish is baking wash lettuce and arrange on two individual plates placing a whole leaf of green leaf lettuce first followed by piling a handful of baby lettuces on each

6. Peel, slice and cut orange segments into half circles; wash and thinly slice strawberries; wash blueberries, blackberries and grapes and leave whole

7. Arrange fruit in lines by color on plate as shown

8. When fish is ready, remove from oven and gently transfer each fillet while still warm onto a plate atop the fruit salad, then serve immediately
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About Gorton's
Gorton's Gluten-Free Grilled Fillets -- which come in 11 gluten-free varieties including Tilapia, wild-caught Salmon and Alaska Pollock -- are low fat and 100 calories or less per serving. Founded in 1849, Gorton's, one of the oldest continuously operating companies, is committed to sourcing responsibly through their Trusted Catch program, protecting and enhancing the sustainability of seafood resources. 

Learn more about Gorton's Gluten Free Grilled Fillets and the rest of Gorton's seafood fish products here. In addition, you can discover more mouth-water recipes and serving suggestions and find out about everything Gorton's is doing by visiting Gortons.com as well as following them on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram.

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