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Growing salmon in the garden can be a little tricky, unless you have a backyard the size of an ocean. But, featuring other fresh from the garden ingredients, this recipe is sure to blow you out of the water!
Alex’s Regal pastrami mini bagels - with gherkin and caper sauce
You will need:
200g Regal Salmon Pastrami
8 mini bagels, halved
½ cup baby rocket
¼ cup finely diced gherkins
2½ tbsp finely diced capers
1 tbsp chopped parsley
1 tbsp Dijon mustard
½ cup mayonnaise
Freshly ground black pepper
Prepare sauce by combining all sauce ingredients in a bowl; set aside
Toast the bagel halves and arrange on plates
Spread each bagel half thinly with gherkin and caper sauce
Place rocket leaves on each bagel
Top with a generous slice of pastrami salmon
Add a little more sauce and parsley to garnish
Serve on platter with lemon wedges
Salmon, which can be described as a super source of long chain Omega-3s, is gluten-free, and a great source of protein, similar to steak, weight for weight. It also contains many vitamins and minerals the population is frequently short on such as iodine, selenium, zinc and Vitamin D. Essential fats also help relieve dry skin.
Eating salmon can have positive outcomes regarding a variety of ailments including heart disease, diabetes, osteoporoses and arthritis.
Interestingly, not all salmon are created equal. Regal king salmon grown in New Zealand contains more than twice the amount of Omega-3s found in the more common Atlantic salmon farmed in Australia, Chile and the northern hemisphere.
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