Salmon and Cucumber Tartare Marvel

Time for a rich omega-3 Tartare

Salmon is loaded with high-quality protein vitamins and minerals like potassium, selenium and vitamin B12, but what sets salmon apart from other foods is the fact that it's rich in omega-3 that helps brain, nerve and eye development. Omega-3 is an essential fatty acid because the body can't synthesise it itself and must be obtained by our daily diet.

Salmon and cucumber tartare

To optimise your body's supply of essential fats you should eat oily fish - such as salmon, sardines, fresh tuna - at least three times a week. By eating salmon regularly you can help improve brain and heart function, and general wellbeing. 

Mix salmon with argan oil and you have an essential fatty acid feast! Argan oil consists of 80% unsaturated essential fatty acids, mostly omega-9 and omega-6 (which is the most sought after of the polyunsaturated essential fatty acids.

Don't be afraid of getting heart diseases or gaining weight from eating fats, those myths have been debunked by science many times!

The only type of fats I want to warn you about are trans fats. A high consumption of trans fats is directly correlated with cardiovascular disease and other serious health issues. Trans fats are uncommon in nature but are industrially produced and used in f.e. margarine, snacks, baked goods, etc. Try to avoid them as much as you can!

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Ingredients Tartare

Salmon and Cucumber Salad

Directions Tartare

  • Peel, seed 1/2 cucumber and mince.
  • Thinly cut the salmon into little cubes.
  • Add all the ingredients to a bowl, season with pepper, salt and mix well.
  • Place a couple of Tbsp in little bowl, squeeze and turn the bowl upside down on a plate. Remove the bowl and tartare is ready to serve.
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Haroun Cherif
Haroun Cherif


1 Comment


August 25, 2016

oh my God!!! I can`t wait to try!!!!

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