Salmon & Noodle Bowl

This Everyday Easy Meal serves up fresh salmon on a steaming bowl of delicious noodles faster than takeout!

-Better Homes and Gardens is pleased to partner with General Mills to bring you Everyday Easy Meals. We all live busy lives, so finding time to make delicious healthy food can be tough. The solution? Better Homes and Gardens Everyday Easy Meals. A satisfying noodle bowl topped with a healthy salmon steak is sure to be a hit especially when you can get this gorgeous on the table in less than 30 minutes. It takes just 5 main ingredients; some jarred sweet peppers, reduced-calorie balsamic vinaigrette salad dressing, some frozen spinach, a pound of salmon, and some fresh fettuccine. From your pantry, pull a little olive oil and salt and pepper, and that's all you need. Get your water boiling so you can cook up your pasta. I like to add a pinch of salt to the water. And while that's cooking, you can get your salmon going. Brush it with a little oil, season with salt and pepper and then cook it for 8 to 12 minutes using an extra large skillet over medium heat. This can be a little temperamental, so don't fuss with it a lot. Turn it just once and then remove it from the skillet and cover to keep it warm. Now, in the same skillet, you're going to add a couple of tablespoons of olive oil then put in your spinach that's thawed and drained. Add in a half cup of bottled roasted red peppers. The pasta is ready, so I'm going to add that right into the skillet and give it a stir. And the last step is to add the balsamic dressing, just a splash, and I'll give that a good stir. Serve this up in bowls and top with the piece of the salmon. And if your family loves Asian flavors, try this. Instead of using fettuccine, use whole-wheat soba noodles; and instead of balsamic vinaigrette, use Hoisin or plum sauce, then with a little broth and soy sauce. It changes the entire dish with just 2 simple substitutions. There's no reason not to have a home-cooked meal when it's an everyday easy meal.