This recipe originally called for Snapper, a fish naturally high in Potassium. Instead we used Tilapia which is higher in protein and much lower in potassium. Use fresh Tilapia for the best results.
When I asked Shannon Chesterfield if she could share a popular recipe from one of her cooking demos, she sent us this Spicy Shrimp Linguine recipe which is both a favourite among demo participants as well as her family. Enjoy!
Who says barbequing has to be limited to burgers, hotdogs, and steak? Here’s a delicious recipe for salmon made entirely on the BBQ while you sit back and enjoy the fabulous weather. Simple, easy to prepare, and oh-so-yummy!
I was blown away by how easy and good this recipe was. If you’re using pre-made roasted red peppers (which I did) look for the lowest sodium brand you can find at your grocery store.
If low sodium tuna is unavailable, use regular tuna, drain well and rinse with water in a sieve for 1 minute.
Freeze leftover casserole in individual portion sizes and use at a time when you have no time or energy to prepare a meal.