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One-pan dinners are the best. Besides the fact that throwing a bunch of ingredients together just intensifies the flavor — amazing! — there’s also the added benefit of easy cleanup afterward. Bobby Flay just shared a new salmon recipe on the Food Network, and it’s packed with nutrients.

The Food Network chef shared his Slow-Roasted Salmon with Roasted Potatoes recipe on YouTube this week. In it, misoprostol para que esta indicado he highlights the benefits of salmon. 

“I think salmon has amazing properties,” Flay says in the video. “It has a lot of fat in it. Good fat — a lot of Omega-3s. And the only way to really take advantage of the salmon’s fat is to let it melt slowly.”

As Flay prepares his work station, he shows off the fresh ingredients he’s using for the recipe. These include Idaho potatoes, lemons, fresh herbs, and more. He recommends cooking it in “any kind of vessel that is oven safe.” 

He starts with thinly slicing the potatoes, perfect for roasting them. 

“This is a terrific fish dish when the weather is starting to turn a little bit, kinda early fall into a winter. So the potatoes can be a little bit hearty,” he adds. It would also taste so good on those chilly spring nights before the warmer weather settles in! 

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