November. That means we now have exactly two survival targets:
- Fill our bellies with as much delicious soulfoam as possible.
- Enjoy some lighter, at least as tasty recipes in between.
My current favorite? The Potato Salmon Power Bowl with Avocado . So easy, so cuddly and SO good!
Friends! I can not tell you how much I fell for this Power Bowl.
First things first: You can imagine the Potato Salmon Power Bowl as a pimped baked potato in a class of its own.
The basis of the Bowl is a bed of Ruccola. In addition there are INCREDIBLE crispy potato cubes, spicy smoked salmon, cucumbers and avocado. Only missing a delicious sauce. Instead of herbal quark, we treat the bowl to a lemony yoghurt dressing with dill.
Does not that sound absolutely wonderful?
And it gets better …
You can pimp the Power Bowl with all the goodies you have right in the house. How about some goat cheese, nuts or seeds? Mushrooms, peppers and zucchini also fit perfectly. The main thing is, you treat yourself to the crispy potato cubes and a large portion of salmon.
Apropros salmon. For this recipe I have teamed up with Friedrichs . Definitely a good decision, because the Kodiak wild salmon is the absolute blast!
The Frederick Kodiak Wild Salmon from Alaska is:
- MSC certified. And as the first smoked salmon in Germany.
- “Ocean caught”. This means that the salmon are carefully pulled out of the sea with the fishing rod in the most gentle way.
- Filleted by hand, salted and deburred.
- Smoked over selected hardwoods.
I think: If fish, then so!
If you fancy cuddly soulfood that’s light AND delicious, you’ll love this bowl.
The Potato Salmon Power Bowl is:
- Peppered with good-for-you ingredients.
- In 45 minutes on the table.
You are looking for a light, healthy soulfood? Then you have to try the Potato Salmon Power Bowl!
Potato Salmon Power Bowl with Avocado
Potato Salmon Power Bowl with lemon juice, arugula and fresh dill. Fast, easy and really tasty!
Portions : 2
calories per serving : 821 kcal
handful of rocket
- salt and pepper
Oven Preheat to 200 degrees. Put the olive oil and butter in an ovenproof dish and let it melt in the oven. In the meantime, wash the potatoes and dice them to the mouth. Once the oven is preheated to 200 degrees, mix the potato cubes with the butter and oil and roast crispy for 30 to 45 minutes. Do not turn, otherwise the potatoes will not be crispy.
In the meantime, make a dressing from yoghurt, lemon juice and dill. Season with salt and pepper.
Wash the Ruccola, shake it dry and spread it on two plates. Wash cucumber and dice. Slicing avocado.
Split the potato cubes, salmon, cucumber and avocado onto the two plates. Drizzle with sauce and enjoy.
* This advertising post was created in cooperation with Friedrichs. A big thank you to the Friedrichs team for the delicious cooperation.