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This is a meal that really hits the spot as far as fish is concerned. My kids usually do not like fish, but because these little swimmers are wrapped up in foil packets, the kids gravitated towards them. So, lesson learned, if you want to get your kids to eat something, wrap it up in aluminum foil.
Seriously, though, you guys are really going to love these salmon and asparagus packets. They are packed with flavor, vitamins, and antioxidants that will not only make dinner time a tasty time but a health fest as well. Trust me, not everything that is healthy has to be tasteless. Now, if we were talking about rice cakes, that would be a different story. Lucky for you, these salmon packets are nothing like rice cakes. Yay! Another great thing about this meal is how easy it is to put together. You’ll have dinner made in a snap!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Cooking Classy.
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Quick Tip: Get creative with your salmon packets and add fresh herbs and spices to the mix.