This is Dr. Madiha Saeed, certified integrative holistic family physician.
I like doing these little videos. I thought, whenever I cook something, I should show you what I’m doing. I am in the mood of salmon. Again, something quick.
Here is my pecan crusted honey-mustard salmon recipe.
I took out a filet. You can buy one of these wild caught salmons at your local grocery store for literally $10. This entire fish was on sale for $10, probably like $14 originally. Then we added mustard, and honey, and salt, paprika, garlic. I’m going to just stick this in the oven. I took pecans, and I crushed them with parsley. I coated the top of the fish with the mix. So, this is done, and it’s been marinating for half an hour. I’m going to stick this in the oven now.
What I’ve also done is (this is my favorite thing) when I don’t have time to cook, I’ll add some ingredients into a store-bought coleslaw. You can buy organic coleslaw, already done. Coleslaw is a great vegetable and helps the detoxification. So many nutritious benefits. Then, I add just something simple. I use an organic avocado mayo. I’ll add a little bit. I also found organic pomegranate vinegar. I’ll add that to the slaw, with a little bit of spicy brown mustard, and a little bit of honey, and that’s it. I’ll throw this up and stick this in the oven.
I’m putting the salmon in the oven.
Bellia is asking, “Are you worried about how the salmon was raised?”
Yes, so this is only wild caught.
I only use wild caught fish, and those preferably very low in mercury. Those are the kinds of things that I do. Again, something quick and easy that we do, probably once a week. We’ll have some fish.
If you guys have any other questions, feel free to message me. I love answering all your questions, and your comments. and just something else to put into daily routine, that you could at least have in the freezer for those. Then you could have broccoli salad. You can easily have the salmon in the freezer, that you can do as a busy mom of four boys, and then in-laws. Taking care of eight people, this is what I do when I don’t have time to cook.
Again, if you guys have any questions, please feel free to message me. Next time, we’re going to talk about healing the gut, and repairing the gut. I’m so excited. Aren’t you excited? By that time, I will have finished my fish, so maybe I’ll show you what it looked like.
I’ll see you guys later. Bye.
Madiha Saeed, MD ABIHM
Holistic Mom, MD
PS: “What we put in our mouths can either help us or heal us, improving or activating our immune system.” From The Holistic Rx: Your Guide to Healing Chronic Inflammation and Disease