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Horseradish salmon, tuna salad both easy to make

Recipes: Sabrina Ciceri

Preparing seafood entrees does not have to be complicated. Here are two easy,



6-OUNCE pieces of fresh salmon, skin on is fine

Grainy Dijon mustard

Fresh horseradish, found in grocer’s refrigerated section


Place each salmon piece in a 9-by-11 baking dish covered with aluminum foil (for easy cleaning) and coat the top of each piece with 1 TEASPOON grainy Dijon mustard and 1 TEASPOON fresh horseradish. Bake in 350-degree oven until done, about 20 minutes. During the last 5 minutes, turn oven to broil on high to achieve a crust on top of the salmon. This dish can be served over rice, pasta, or salad. The salmon is pictured here with



Did you know that blue corn tortillas contain 20 percent more protein than their white corn counterparts? According a study published in the Journal of Science of Food and Agriculture, blue corn tortillas also have less starch and a lower glycemic index (GI), which may be good news for dieters and people with diabetes. Foods with a lower glycemic index are considered healthier because the sugar content is taken into the blood more slowly and provide a steady source of energy, while sugars in high-glycemic index foods are more likely to cause spikes in blood sugar and energy levels.



3 CANS Albacore white tuna

2 celery stalks, diced

1/2 medium sweet onion or onion of your choice

2 TABLESPOONS mayonnaise

2 TABLESPOONS Dijon mustard

1 TEASPOON white vinegar

2 TABLESPOONS of sweet relish


Mix well and serve with crackers, chips, bread, or celery. Some great ways of enjoying this tuna salad is with some blue corn chips, and Siete Grain-Free Chips, which is ideal for those seeking grain-

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