Learn how (and why) to crisp the skin separately
Athletes know that planning out meals in advance is one of the keys to success in achieving wellness goals. That’s why we created our healthy meal prep series. Previously we shared tricks to make breakfast pizza and master bento boxes. This week, we're simplifying salmon and maximizing summer produce.
Prepare the salmon.
FIT CHEF HOW-TO: CRISP SALMON SKIN
While a fast, easy way to cook the fish itself, poaching makes salmon skin soggy. But, it contains protein and omega-3s—and can be a delicious crunchy topping if prepared separately. Simply coat both sides of the skin with olive oil and crisp it up in a hot pan. Crumble it up to serve on top of the fish.
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