How To Make A Salmon Rainbow Salad Bowl

Recipe and images courtesy of Seasonal Spuds.

How To Make A Salmon Rainbow Salad Bowl

How To Make A Salmon Rainbow Salad Bowl. Happy Sunday. Hello friends, so are you looking for a nice and tasty healthy recipe?

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Bursting with vitamins and minerals as well as flavour, this healthy bowl packs a substantial punch.

How To Make A Salmon Rainbow Salad Bowl

How To Make A Salmon Rainbow Salad Bowl:

Season: Spring/Summer

Skill Level: Keen cook

Preparation Time: 20 minutes

Cooking Time: 40 minutes

Serves: 2


8 cauliflower florets

2 tbsp rapeseed oil

8 stems of purple sprouting broccoli

2 tbsp turmeric

Two salmon fillets

8 Cornish New potatoes

2 red peppers, sliced

2 handfuls of watercress or rocket

For The Dressing:

3 tbsp low fat yoghurt

2 tsp rapeseed oil

2 tsp lemon juice

Zest of a lemon

1 tbsp fresh tarragon, finely chopped

Salt and Black pepper to season

How To Make A Salmon Rainbow Salad Bowl:


1.) Preheat the oven to 200oC (fan 180oC).

2.) Mix the turmeric and oil together.

3.) Place the broccoli and cauliflower onto a roasting dish, drizzle with 1 tbsp of the turmeric oil and roast for 10-15 minutes. Add the red pepper and roast for another 10 minutes until tender.

4.) Wash the potatoes and simmer gently in salted water for around 10 – 15 minutes until they’re tender and cooked through. Remove from heat, drain and cut into bite-sized chunks.

5.) Meanwhile place the salmon fillets onto a roasting tin, spread with the remaining turmeric mix, season and roast for 15 minutes, until cooked through.

6.) Mix all the ingredients for the dressing together in a large bowl. Once the potatoes, broccoli and cauliflower have cooled place them into the bowl with the dressing along with the watercress and the roasted red peppers and mix well.

7.) Last but not least, divide the dressed salad between two bowls and top each one with a salmon fillet to serve.

How To Make A Salmon Rainbow Salad Bowl
salad Bowl

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Recipe and images courtesy of  Seasonal Spuds.

How To Make A Salmon Rainbow Salad Bowl

About Cornish New Potatoes:

Cornish New Potatoes are the UK’s first mainland crop which follows Jersey Royals, available nationwide throughout their season.

They’re seasonal, fresh and the UK’s first mainland new potato crop.

They have a loose skin and a buttery texture due to the temperate climate and proximity to the sea. They’re very versatile and make an ideal addition to all kinds of recipes, from summer salads and barbeque side dishes to hearty and filling mains.

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  1. 2 August 2021 / 15:48

    What a beautiful salad!! A perfect summer supper. Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party. Hope your week is amazing!

    • 9 August 2021 / 07:26

      Thanks for visiting Helen 🙂

  2. Ruth
    26 July 2018 / 17:05

    This look tasty. I would love to try.

    • Claire
      27 July 2018 / 13:57

      Thanks for leaving a comment 🙂

  3. 23 July 2018 / 13:32

    Sounds and looks delicious!

    • Claire
      24 July 2018 / 15:06

      Thanks for the comment Nancy 🙂

  4. mummabstylish
    23 July 2018 / 11:18

    Yum yum – perfect lunch for summer! Jacqui Mummabstylish

    • Claire
      24 July 2018 / 15:05

      Thanks for stopping by Jacqui. I love making salads up in Summer 🙂

    • Claire
      24 July 2018 / 15:04

      Thanks for the comment Tamar 🙂