When you need an easy and nourishing dinner, this easy healthy recipe is for you!

We use the most ethically sourced fish available, and this is typically local as we live on the Pacific Ocean. For those who are not aligned with eating fish you may substitute sautéed Brussel sprouts or another hearty veggie and sprinkle with hemp/chia/flax seeds for added zest.

Enjoy making this delish, easy, healthy dinner for you and yours!

Salmon
You’ll need: 2+ wild salmon fillets, organic avocado oil, 1 organic lemon, organic garlic salt

  • Preheat the oven to 350.
  • Use local, wild salmon fillets. If local is not possible, ensure the fish is wild and sustainably caught.
  • Before beginning, place both hands over the fish and close your eyes. Offer up gratitude for this beautiful fish and for the life-giving sustenance it provides. Thank its Soul and all those involved in bringing this offering into your life. Bless the fish with the Highest Light. Include any other additional words of gratitude and Love that you would like to share with the fish.
  • Next, place 2-4 T (depending on how many fillets you are cooking) of organic avocado oil in a baking pan to coat the pan.
  • Place the fish in the pan and drizzle with avocado oil.
  • Then, cutting the organic lemon in half, squeeze the juice of the lemon over the fillets.
  • Next sprinkle organic garlic salt over the fillets.
  • Place in the oven and bake for 20 minutes.

Mashed Sweet Potatoes
You’ll need 2+ large, organic sweet potatoes, 2T of unsweetened almond milk, 3T of organic coconut oil/butter/ghee/vegan butter, Himalayan sea salt to taste

  • Cut the sweet potatoes into smallish (quarter size works too) pieces.
  • Place them into a medium-sized sauce pan of water. Turn burner to high to bring the water and potatoes to a boil. This takes roughly 10-15 minutes.
  • Test potatoes with a fork to make sure they fall apart before taking them off the heat.
  • Once potatoes are cooked, pour into a strainer to release water.
  • Then place potatoes back into sauce pan, but not on any heat.
  • Add the butter option that is most aligned for you.
  • Add the almond milk.
  • Using a masher OR a fork (which I did for years until my husband pointed out that there was a better, easier way ;)), mash the potatoes and mix until they’re the consistency of mash that you love (I like mine a bit chunkier so I only do 1T of almond milk).
  • Salt to your taste preferences.

Avocado Greens Salad
You’ll need local, delish greens from your farmer’s market, co-op or health food store, 1 organic avocado, and the best dressing ever created for healthy, conscious eaters – Avocado Ranch by Tessemae.

  • Place greens in bowls for each individual.
  • Slice and dice avocado and add to each salad.
  • Top with delicious dressing.

Voila!

Plate the salmon and sweet potato mash, and dig in to this nourishing meal.

Be sure to bless the meal – much like what you did for the fish before eating.

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