The heart-healthy salmon loaf shared by the American Heart Association is a meatloaf recipe that is made with salmon instead of beef. Ingredients, including salmon, are mixed together and baked to make a 194-calorie main course.
Traditional meatloaf is made from beef, bread crumbs, milk, eggs and seasoning. Salmon loaf is made with salmon, bread crumbs or oats, eggs, milk, and seasonings. The ingredients are mixed together and baked to form a meatloaf that is heart-healthy and has fewer calories than a traditional meatloaf. This can be served with a simple, creamy cucumber sauce, or served all by itself.
Because salmon is a lean, non-red meat, salmon loaf is an excellent choice for those who want to adhere to a health-conscious diet. The American Heart Association offers an easy and detailed recipe and additional tips on how to serve salmon loaf. The website offers a video about how to make this meal, and offers all needed nutritional information. Following this recipe produces a salmon meatloaf to serve up to six people with as little as 20 minutes of preparation time.
In order to make this recipe, nonstick cooking spray, food ingredients, an 8-by-4-inch loaf pan and an oven are needed.