We love salmon dinners, because it cooks fast and provides a generous dose of omega-3’s, good for our heart, brain and skin. The barley takes a bit longer to cook, but can be made ahead and add to salads for lunches all week. Barley, as a whole grain is naturally high in fiber, but it is also a great source of B vitamins and antioxidants.
If you want to keep this vegetarian or don’t like fish, top with a mix of crumbled goat cheese, toasted nuts and dried fruit.
Use any veggies you like for roasting, sweet potato wedges works well, but will need to cook longer.