31 Healthy Recipes – Curry Spiced Sweet Potatoes and Simple Salmon

Yesterday, I made myself a great dinner, using two healthy recipes on my way to 31 healthy recipes during National Nutrition Month. Here is my thoughts on both:

Simple Salmon

Protein_SimpleSalmonSo good! Though, you can’t go wrong with fresh fish. And, like many recipes I have featured this month, this recipe relies heavily on freshness (which I will blog about in the near future: tips on picking fresh fruit and veggie). “rich in phosphorus and protein”

Along with being delicious, salmon is rich in protein and contains 1.5 grams of omega 3 fatty acids. It’s also an excellent source of phosphorus and a good source of potassium. And, you may want to refer to Laura’s recent post explaining that fish contains healthy fats that reduce bad cholesterol.

Curry Spiced Sweet Potatoes

Curry Spiced Sweet PotatoesI was really looking forward to this recipe. I love curry spices, but have never cooked with them. I was hoping this was a gateway recipe, opening me up to cooking more with curry (it is looking positive that it will).

Either way, the recipe has great flavor. Much different that a typical sweet potato recipe, especially with the additions of feta cheese and pickled onions. I will definitely make this recipe again.

Do you cook with curry? If so, please send me some ideas, especially if it is healthy!

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  1. Mouthwatering recipe. One of my favorites. Thanks for posting this.


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