One-Pan Salmon With Roasted Cabbage and Olive Vinaigrette
A single baking sheet dinner that's also good for you and has clean eating written all over it? Sign me up! Cabbage, when roasted, gets sweeter and caramelizes and crisps in spots—you’ll never go back to slaw. Plus it contains a good amount of Vitamin C to keep your immune system strong. Salmon is a great source of Omega-3 fatty acids, with a range of health benefits including reducing chronic inflammation. This flaky and bright fish is also rich in vitamin A and the B vitamins. Ask the butcher for “four 6 to 8 oz. filets” and you’ll sound like a pro. Any leftovers can be chopped and added to a grain bowl or salad the next day. Eating clean never looked so good.