I have always loved Sea food, so to start eating more fish wasn't a hard change in the least bit when they recommended me eating it weekly. The hardest change, was having to buy it and pay the cost. I started buying the fresh fish right from behind the glass, but it started getting way to expensive. So whats more important, health or money? I ask myself this daily, but I found that sacrificing some of the foods that do absolutely no good for me, I would be able to afford the fish. What I do now, instead of buying the fresh stuff, is buying the frozen bags of fish. At Smith's they have bags of huge cut frozen Salmon for only $8.99. They feed me for about 3-4 weeks, and that's with eating fish about 2-3 nights a week. Look for the deals, and start buying that Salmon.
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Put some Extra Virgin Olive Oil on pan
Sprinkle 1 pack of Zesty Italian Season on both sides of Salmon
Salt and Pepper to taste
*sometimes I also sprinkle on some Parsley just on one side for some extra taste.
This is the one I use the most, and Brad hated the "fishy" taste of Salmon, but loves the Zesty Italian season on it.
Another recipe: (this is from Realsimple.com)
1/2 cup maple syrup (make sure to get sugar free)
(This recipe feeds about 4 and takes about 15-20 mins to make)