Individual Meals - Chargrilled Pom-Fig Salmon With Couscous
Individual Meals - Chargrilled Pom-Fig Salmon With Couscous
Individual Meals - Chargrilled Pom-Fig Salmon With Couscous
Individual Meals - Chargrilled Pom-Fig Salmon With Couscous

Chargrilled Pom-Fig Salmon With Couscous

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Tasty chargrilled salmon is seared using olive oil for a moist delicious, healthy delight. Our chargrilled salmon is served with a Pomegranate Fig Sauce. Accompanied by Israeli Dried Fruit Couscous and Clover Honey Spiced Carrots. A taste of summer.

Salmon – Fatty fish like salmon are high in omega-3 fatty acids so are great choice for flavor and your health. “Fish is a good source of protein and, unlike fatty meat products, it’s not high in saturated fat. Fish is also a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids benefit the heart of healthy people, and those at high risk of — or who have — cardiovascular disease. Research has shown that omega-3 fatty acids decrease risk of arrhythmias (abnormal heartbeats), which can lead to sudden death. Omega-3 fatty acids also decrease triglyceride levels, slow growth rate of atherosclerotic plaque, and lower blood pressure (slightly).” American Heart Association

Pomegranate-fig sauce – Sweet figs with a tang of pomegranate, this delicious sauce will transport you to the sun soaked shores of the Mediterranean. Pomegranate is both delicious and has anti-inflammatory effects that may protect against cancer and other chronic diseases.

Israeli Couscous – Prepared using our home-made chicken stock and mixed with apricots, cherries, raisins, and red onion the couscous takes on the delicate notes of the all-natural flavorings. Couscous is not technically a grain, this combination of semolina wheat and water is actually more like pasta and is an excellent source of selenium. The major benefit of selenium is to prevent damage to cell structures like red blood cells. The mineral is also involved in our hormone metabolism and immune function and may protect against some forms of cancer. Dried fruit provides rich sources of dietary fiber and iron — particularly raisins and apricots. By replacing a few servings of fresh fruit a week with smaller portions of dried fruit, you can work to increase your intake of dietary fiber, potassium, iron, and antioxidants.

Honey Roasted Carrots – Carrots are tossed with olive oil and honey in this simple, all natural, and delicious side dish. Apart from being a natural sweetener our honey comes from bees that primarily collect nectar from clovers. Clover honey has antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. Because of honey’s high sugar content, it may seem counterintuitive for diabetics to eat it. However, studies have shown that honey has a beneficial effect on blood sugar levels in diabetics. A 2014 review article published in the “Journal of Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders” reported that several studies have found that honey, when used in conjunction with anti-diabetic drugs, actually improves glycemic control. Suggesting that honey does not affect the body the same way that traditional table sugar does.

One order provides approximately 1 serving, 14 oz.


Fire Grilled Salmon: Salmon (Brined in Water, Salt, Sugar), OIive Oil), Sea Salt, Black Pepper Seasoning.

Pomegranate-Fig Sauce: Pomegranate Juice, Fig, Brown Sugar, Olive Oil, Enriched Unbleached Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Malted Barley Flour, Niacin, Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid), Apple Cider Vinegar

Israeli Couscous: Couscous (Wheat Flour, Rosemary Extract), Chicken Stock (Water, Chicken, Onion, Carrot, Celery, Olive Oil), Water, Apricot, Cherries, Raisins, Red Onion, Parsley, Salt 

Honey Spiced Carrots: Carrots, Honey, Olive Oil, Parsley, Seasoning, Black Pepper

Cooking Instructions

Heating Directions From Frozen:
Stove Top: (Preferred Method) Bring water to a boil. Immerse pouch(es) in water, reduce heat to simmer and heat for 12 minutes. Side dishes and sauces (if included) require only 3 ½ to 4 1/2 minutes in the same pot.

Microwave: (Alternative Method) Pierce hole in plastic film for venting. Place pouches on a microwave safe dish and heat on high for 4 ½ to 5 minutes, or until heated through Let product stand for 1 – 2 minutes before enjoying.

Oven: (Not Recommended) ]

In the event your meal is not fully reheated after removal from the pouches, you may continue reheating in a microwave on a microwave safe dish until done – which should be no more than another minute or two. An internal temperature of 158° F must be reached. Appliances vary, adjust accordingly.

For items without sauces or gravy, cut a hole in corner of pouch and drain excess liquid before plating.

Appliances vary, adjust accordingly. Caution: contents will be very hot. 


Fire Grilled Salmon: Fish (Salmon).
Pomegranate-Fig Sauce:
Israeli Couscous: