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Salmon and Chinese cabbage giant roll

 Delicious and health-friendly! 

Salmon is know to be beneficial to health in many ways and Chinese cabbage, besides being low in calories and salt, it's rich in antioxidants and vitamin C.

Below you find seven reasons why you should be eating salmon: (full article @ http://www.chatelaine.com)

"1. Eating salmon is beneficial in the treatment of osteoarthritis and other inflammatory joint conditions. 
2. Eating salmon makes you smarter and happier. 
3. Eating salmon increases your cardiovascular health. 
4. Salmon protects your eyes. 
5. Salmon helps build children’s brains. 
6. Salmon’s an excellent source of vitamin D. 
7. Salmon helps you sleep."
This is my salmon and Chinese cabbage giant roll!























Here's what you need:
  • One Chinese cabbage
  • Two slices of fresh (not smoked) salmon
  • One puff pastry sheet
  • Sesame seeds




 Wash, chop and boil the cabbage for 10 minutes, then drain as much water as possible.












Mince the salmon.









Put in a pan extra-virgin olive oil, chilly peppers and a couple of garlic cloves. When the garlic becomes golden, remove it and carefully add the cabbage. Cook it by stirring for 10 more minutes and add a bit of salt. At the end, sprinkle the cabbage with sesame seeds (and stir again). 


Remove the cabbage from the pan and put it in a plate. Use the same pan to stir-fry (for 2-3 minutes) the salmon strips.



 Season the puff pastry sheet with the cabbage and salmon, roll it and cook it for 40 minutes in a pre-warmed oven (@200 °C)

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