Wednesday, September 21, 2011


I like to include often some fish into my diet for a source of protein and Omega oil.
Like with other animal protein,I try to buy mine wild or the ones  that were not treated with antibiotic and added colors. 
Since we are getting real close to the Jewish High Holidays and especially to "Rosh Hashana", one of the tradition is to bless on the head of the fish,which symbolize for us that we should always be thinking and moving from our head and not be the tail.  I decided to share a couple recipes.You can always throw in a head from a small fish to the cooking just for the symbol. By no means you are obligated to eat it,therefore if you are going to cook my recipe which is made out of Salmon you do not have to cook it's head in it.

6 Thin slices fillet of  wild salmon
2 Tbs Olive oil
3 Tbs Tamari sauce ( gluten free)
2 Tbs flat Dijon mustard
1/2 Squeezed lemon juice
1 Tsp dry oregano
1 Tsp dry ginger or fresh grind down
1 Garlic cloves minced
1Tbs black sesame seeds

Put all the ingredients in a glass pan. whisk them until you get an even texture. Place the pieces of fish in the tray and turn them from both side, so they will absorb sauce . Let it marinated in the fridge covered for few hours . Once you are ready to bake , turn the oven on 300 and place the tray inside covered for about 15 minute,the last 5 minutes cook it uncovered to give it a glaze. Serve it with sauce on top.

Love & Spices

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