With my busy schedule, I'm always looking for great ways to incorporate good tastes, healthy foods, and flavor in moderation. The faster I can make it, the better. I prefer home-cooked meals if time allows it. It's just so much healthier and cheaper than eating out all the time. So, I was happy to put Gorton's Seafoods new Artisan Fillets to the test.
Priced between $3-$5 per box, Gorton's Artisan Fillets come in Roasted Garlic & Italian Herb, Lemon & Cracked Peppercorn, Southwest Tortilla and Southern Style varieties.
I incorporated the Southwest Tortilla Artisan Fillets, consisting of wild-caught Alaska Pollock with real crushed tortilla chips, Tex-Mex spices and a hint of chili, in my spinach salad. The beauty of this is that it's healthy and low calorie. Only 150 calories per fillet and there are no fillers, MSG, artificial colors or flavors.
Southwest Tortilla Spinach Fish Salad Meal
-1 box Gorton's Southwest Tortilla Artisan Fillet
-1 bag of baby Spinach leaves
2) Bring water to boil and boil small red potatoes until soft (usually about 20-30 min).
3) Rinse and drain spinach
4) Plate ~1 cup of spinach onto plate with each fillet and 2-3 small red potatoes.
Enjoy! The fillets were a little salty for my preferences, however, they complemented the spinach quite well. Easy peasy right, Gorton's Seafoods Artisan Fillets made a simple meal more fun and flavorful without requiring excess work! Plus, you're getting in good servings of carbs, vegetables and fish protein.
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