Recipe: Salmon Skewers

Small Healthy MealsA quick light meal that will feed your brain some brainfood as it contains some brain vitamins known to help improve concentration and memory.

Smoked salmon skewers (recipe from our soon to be published book, watch this space!)

1. Thread 2 thin slices of smoked salmon (40 g) onto a kebab skewer, alternating with a peeled and quartered kiwi fruit.

2. Spread 1 T flavoured cream cheese onto a slice of low-GI seed loaf.

3. Serve with a side salad of rocket and mixed lettuce leaves, 4 halved baby tomatoes and about 12 thin slices of cucumber.

4. Place the salmon and kiwi skewer on top and serve, sprinkled with fresh lemon juice.

Assembling tip: Smoked trout fillets or smoked beef can be used instead of the smoked salmon.

Food fact: Although flavoured cream cheese is high in fat, using only one tablespoon on a slice of bread instead of margarine or butter, not only adds depth of flavour, but also does not push the fat content of the meal up too much.

Nutritional values per serving:

Energy 1 238 kJ; carbohydrate 30 g; fibre 8 g; protein 15 g; fat 12 g



  1. says

    This is such a great recipe, I am looking forward to encounter different cuisine because I wanted to explore. Recipe books are considered to be a useful tools for parents and to those people who wants to gain and lose weight. Healthy kids recipes are helpful for parents because this will serve as their guide in preparing a healthy snacks for their picky eater kids. 

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