These AIP, paleo and Whole30 Roasted Veggie and Salmon Bowls are made with earthy and sweet root vegetables, curly kale, herbed baked salmon and a delicious cilantro lime sauce.
Who doesn’t love a good bowl for dinner? I love making a large batch of these roasted vegetables to use in this bowl as well as to pair with other meals throughout the week. In these Roasted Salmon and Veggie Bowls, the combination of these sweet and earthy root vegetables nicely complements the kale, avocado cilantro lime sauce and delicious salmon that is seasoned with garlic, lime and fresh herbs.
This is a great dish to meal prep some of the components ahead of time. These sturdy root vegetables hold up well in the fridge for a few days, as does the cilantro lime sauce to speed up dinner on the weeknight.
Here’s what you need for these Roasted Veggie and Salmon Bowls:
- red onions
- kale (or arugula, spinach or another leafy green)
- salmon fillets
- olive oil
- lime juice
- coconut aminos
FAQs for these Roasted Salmon and Veggie Bowls
Can I substitute any of the root veggies?
Yes, this dish is very customizable. Don’t have beets? Try butternut squash. No parsnips? Try sweet potato. Feel free to swap out the root veggies for any other starchy vegetables of your choice, bu you want to ensure that they have similar cooking times.
Can you use a different fish?
Yes! Rainbow trout and arctic char both work really well in place of salmon. Depending on the size of your fillets, you might need to adjust the cooking time.
How do I store this dish?
I recommend storing the roasted veggies and massaged kale or other leafy green separate. Both keep well in sealed containers in the fridge for about 3 days. When ready to serve, simply reheat the root veggies and mix with the greens. In my opinion, the fish is always best fresh but leftovers are fine for one day in the fridge. The cilantro-lime sauce will last 4-5 days in the fridge.
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