Monday, February 27, 2012

Yummy Tummy!

Ready for another yum yum recipe from Omena's Organic Bliss? Every now and then we forget to recuperate from a place of  peace. Enjoying a good meal, a funny movie, and the comfort of  friends, family, or a divine mate is always delightful. Well, this recipe will assist in the latter while guaranteeing to serenade your senses and the deepest part of your ravishing taste buds. Surround yourself around some good energy and indulge.

I call this Dish Paul's Yin Zen!

Here's what you will need for a serving of two. Prep Time 45 minutes

Two 4-6oz slices of Wild Alaskan Salmon
1 Whole Haitian Mango or regular Mango cut into 5-7 vertical pieces
5 cloves of diced garlic
1 red onion caramelized
1/2 cup of chopped fresh basil
1/4 cup chopped fresh marjoram
1 1/2 cup of  coconut milk
1/4 tea spoon of Paprika/a pinch of Saffron.
1/4 tea spoon of black pepper
1/2 tea spoon of sea salt
1/2 Avocado either Hass or a ripe Florida
4 table spoons of olive oil
4 tables spoons of soy free earth balance or unsalted butter
5 Whole beets Chiago and red cubed like home fries
3 stalks of fresh rosemary chopped fine
1 table spoon of Coconut butter
3 cups of broccoli florets
3 cups of circled yellow squash
3 cups of fresh cut green beans
1/2 cup of carrots
1 whole diced orange bell pepper

In a glass ware pan season the pan with the butter or earth balance, add the 1 cup of  coconut milk. Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees and place the pan inside the oven to melt the butter create a savory sauce. Season the Salmon with the dry seasonings on both sides, then the fresh herbs.
Cook the salmon for 3 minutes on both side and for the last 5 minutes add 1 tbsp of coconut butter. In another skillet pan sauteed the garlic and red onions and add in the squash, cut green beans, carrots, bell pepper, sea salt black pepper, paprika/saffron and olive oil. In a stove top pot, add in the chiago, and red beets, olive oil, rosemary, and sea salt. Let it steam cook for about 10-15 minutes. Once everything is done, prep how you creatively choose. I personally would dress the Salmon with avocado on top of the sauteed veggies and lightly flake the beets around the plate in a circular motion.

Beaming you ALL More Love and Light!
Thank You for reading and Listening. I Love You

Omena El, CHC
The Holistic Alchemist 

1 comment:

  1. Blessings Holistic Alchemist: I too share your Bliss! Thank you for sharing. Love & Light to you on your Sacred Journey. -Sacred Food Guru