Grilled Herbed Salmon Salad, simple salad for lunch or supper.
Grilled Herbed Salmon Salad
This Grilled Salmon Salad takes just a few minutes to make and is so delicious. Don and I tag-teamed it for this lunch. He made the salmon and I made the salad.
We had plenty of fresh vegetables for the salad, and I love a good salad filled with romaine, broccoli, avocado, kale, and kalamata olives. So while Don grilled the salmon, I made the salad. It was scrumptious and not too filling. We didn’t have any bread or other starches with the meal, so it was light, yet satisfying. Each piece of salmon was about 4-5 ounces. Filled with Omega3 fats, this salmon salad is not only delectable topped with Simple Balsamic Vinaigrette, it is good for you.
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Grilled Herbed Salmon Salad Recipe
Grilled Herbed Salmon Salad
- 1 head of Romaine lettuce or kale
- 1 avocado peeled, seeded and cut into bits or slices
- 1 broccoli crown cut into bite-sized pieces
- 10 Kalamata olives
Grilled Herbed Salmon
- 2 salmon pieces skin on (about 4 ounces each)
- 1 teaspoon Herbes de Provence
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
To Make the Salad
- Wash, cut and dry (by hand or with a salad spinner) the Romaine and divide it between two plates.
- Top the Romaine with the avocado pieces and broccoli florets.
- The Kalamata olives can be served whole as a garnish, or sliced and spread on top of the salad.
Cooking the Grilled Herbed Salmon
- Coat the salmon with the olive oil and sprinkle the herbes de Provence over the top.
- Grill over medium heat for about 4-5 minutes a side, until the salmon is flaky. Do not overcook or it will be dry.
- Remove the skin before placing the warm, grilled salmon on top of the salad.
- Serve with Balsamic Vinaigrette or any salad dressing you prefer.
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