Salmon spinach herb soufflé omelette
Don’t be intimidated by how posh this salmon spinach herb soufflé omelette look, it is in fact, quite easy to make and it tastes incredible. It’s also affordable, low carb and high in protein. Make it for the special person in your life this weekend, or maybe just for yourself!
If you are keen for a sharp mind, then this is a must.
Ashleigh Feltham (MNutrDiet)
A classic breakfast meal with a difference! Safcol Salmon in Springwater gives your body a healthy dose of protein as well as an essential fat for the health of your body called omega 3 fat. If you are keen for a sharp mind, then this fat is a must. 60% of your brain is made from fat and the main type needed is omega 3 fat. In addition to this benefit, omega 3 fat helps improve and keep your cholesterol levels healthy.
The parmesan and vintage cheddar add calcium to allow your muscles to contract normally and keeps your bones and teeth strong. Also, phosphorus which is needed for strong bones and teeth. B12 is another bonus in this meal and is needed to keep your central nervous system working well and to create red blood cells.
Eggs add choline which is important to keep your brain and central nervous system working well. Also, selenium and iodine for a healthy thyroid. Baby spinach adds a non-haem iron to allow oxygen to be carried around your body, folate to protect and repair the damage done to your DNA and potassium for healthy blood pressure.
Lutein and zeaxanthin are carotenoids in spinach which act like antioxidants. They support your eyes and may help protect you against age-related macular degeneration. Chives also add potassium as well as vitamin K which is needed to allow your blood to clot normally and helps keep your bones strong.
If you like salmon, be sure to check out our salmon recipes page for more inspiration!