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Baked Dill Salmon With Seaweed And Roasted Peppers
Salmon is very easy to bake, and tasty. Just pop it into an oven dish, pour a little olive oil and cover the salmon with oil on both sides. Sprinkle salt and pepper, to your taste. Chop some fresh dill and sprinkle a little of this on the salmon. The seaweed needs to be rinsed and left, just follow the instructions on whatever seaweed packet that you buy. Chop red and yellow peppers (green if you like them, they are more difficult to digest for some people) into cubes, or strips, whichever you prefer. Strips look more elegant when presented. These can go into the oven before the salmon. They should also have some olive oil. Depending on the portion size, they take around half an hour to be soft and succulent, but not soggy. The oven should be at 220. When the peppers are around half done, then you can put in the salmon. Turn the salmon after about 7 minutes onto its other side, sprinkling a little more dill. This dish doesn’t need a sauce as the juices of both the peppers and the salmon mixed with olive oil are very tasty. However if you fancy a sauce, then put aside about half to three quarters of the dill. Chop it finely, mixing it with a small amount of olive oil, in a small pan. Add in a couple of knobs of butter, and once it is all melted and joining together, whizz it with the food mixer. Dill is an excellent source of calcium, and is also anti bacterial.
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