Norwegian Salmon is good for your heart, helps eyesight, promotes healthy skin, and can even help prevent cancer. It is a very good source of marine omega-3 fatty acid, which is an important structural component in the brain and nerve tissue. Salmon is also a source of vitamin D, which is important for bones and teeth, and also iodine, which is important for the body’s energy consumption. Many of us do not get enough of these substances.
Our Salmon Fish is prized and praised for its beautiful color, firm texture, and distinctive flavor.
Want to learn how to cook the Whole Norwegian Salmon, check out the amazing recipes below:
- Salmon with Lemon, Capers, and Rosemary Recipe
- Japanese Style Teriyaki Salmon With Pak Choi Recipe
- Crispy Salmon with turnip, mandarin & noodle salad Recipe
Want to learn how to break down and fillet the Whole Norwegian Salmon, check out the video below: