To fill up on vitamin C and omega 3, don’t miss this simple recipe


With the onset of cold weather, classic seasonal ailments like colds and flu are not long in coming. This is why to help our immune defenses, it would be advisable to provide the body with the right amount of vitamin C. The recipe we are presenting today is really rich since the protagonists are fennel and oranges. These will be accompanied by the nutrient of salmon rich in omega-3 and olives source of antioxidants.

The preparation is immediate, simple, inexpensive but with a unique and surprising taste, excellent for a flying lunch or a light dinner.

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For this very quick dish we will need:

  • Fennel;
  • Oranges
  • Black olives;
  • Salmon;
  • Olive oil;
  • Salt;

Let’s start by cleaning the different ingredients starting with the fennel. After washing it thoroughly, place it on a cutting board and remove the tops with a knife. The little green barbs we get can be preserved and chopped with salt to make an aromatic salt. At this point, we remove the lower part and the harder outer leaves and immerse everything in water and lemon to keep the color alive.

Then we will have to “peel” the oranges. This means that using a knife we ​​will have to remove the orange zest to keep only the pulp that we will transform into cubes.

To fill up on vitamin C and omega 3, don’t miss this simple recipe

Once this is done, we will devote ourselves to our salmon from which we will have to remove the internal ridges. If this turns out to be a complex step, we can safely ask the fishmonger to remove them for us. Once cleaned, we can choose the shape we prefer the most for the salmon, be it cubes or strips. Finally, if we have pickled olives available, they will need to be rinsed to remove the pungent taste.

All you have to do is chop the fennel and assemble this magnificent salad, very quick to dress with oil and a little salt.

A tasty but at the same time healthy dish that lends itself as a side dish but also as a delicious appetizer with good taste.

Finally, to enrich everything and make it even more delicious, we could add sunflower seeds, almonds or nuts in a crunchy note. So, not only to make a good impression but to stock up on vitamin C and omega 3, let’s not miss this simple recipe.


This masterpiece of French cuisine will transport us through the winter because it is so easy and cheap

(The information in this article is for informational purposes only. We do not know the eating habits and possible intolerances of our readers and for this reason, it is recommended that you consult your doctor about foods that could harm your health. In any case, it is strongly recommended that you read the warnings given HERE”)


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