Roasted Salmon Curry


Roasted Salmon Curry

Fresh ingredients full of flavor make my heart (and my gut) happy.  Curry is a combination of nutrient dense spices that have anti-inflammatory properties that support recovery, ease pain, protect against heart disease and even have cancer preventing properties.  It can be spicy or mild and delicious with a variety of other ingredients.  

You can purchase it already mixed (without additives or sugar), so you aren't spending 30 minutes just combining 30 different spices. My favorite brand is Thai and True, it is available in a variety of flavors, stored in oil and lemon juice and makes getting dinner on the table fast and simple.  You can pick it up on Amazon, click here to get it.

Roasted Salmon Curry

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  • 1.25-1.5 LBS Salmon Filet 
  • 1  Sweet Onion 
  • 3 Carrots 
  • 1 Head Broccoli    
  • 4 TBS Flat Leaf Parsley 
  • 1 Can Full Fat Coconut Milk    
  • 1-2 TBS Yellow Curry Paste


  • Pre-heat oven to 400.  Take out two baking sheets and cover with foil. 
  • Slice 1 onion, slice 3 carrots into 1” pieces
  • Cut 1 head broccoli into bite size pieces  
  • Chop 4 TBS Parsley 
  • In a sauce pan, heat 1-2 TBS of curry paste and allow spices to warm and become fragrant. (1-2 minutes) 
  • Pour in 1 can full fat coconut milk, bring to a boil, then reduce to a low simmer for 10 minutes.  Remove from heat before serving.
  • Slice fish filet into single serving pieces and place on one baking sheet. 
  • Drizzle with olive oil and season with salt and pepper as desired. 
  • Spread broccoli, carrot and onion out on second sheet.  Drizzle with oil and season with salt and pepper. 
  • Place veggies in the oven (on middle rack) and bake 10 minutes.
  • Place salmon on lower rack (with veggies still on middle rack) 
  • Bake another 10-15 minutes. 
  • In a bowl, heap roasted veggies with salmon on top and pour curry sauce over as desired, top with chopped parsley. 
  • LEFTOVERS | Perfect to reheat again for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

NOTE:  Make a pot of sushi rice or a baked sweet potato for an additional carbohydrate source.