I use salmon as healthy protein in my bowls, sushi and tacos so it’s not only tasty, but multi-functional.
1) Marinate 3-4 salmon fillets in coconut aminos and avocado oil (or any other high heat oil) for about 24 hours. If you don’t have that much time, even a couple of hours will do. I use equal amounts of coconut aminos and avocado oil and use enough to make sure the non-skin side of the salmon is covered when placed face down in the marinade. If you’re a sauce person then you might want to make a little extra marinade.
2) Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Bake the salmon on a baking sheet in the marinade with skin side face up for about 12 mins. Then flip the salmon over and broil it on high for 3 minutes. When you take salmon out of the oven, remove the skin immediately—it’s much easier.
You can serve the salmon either warm or cold.
TIP: I highly suggest you purchase wild caught salmon only. Farm raised salmon are raised with all kinds of not so healthy practices like antibiotics, processed food and grain diets and can be treated with food coloring to make them more appealing. I get all of my wild caught salmon in the frozen section of Costco because it’s tastes great and it’s the best price. You can also find wild caught salmon in most grocery stores.