grilled Barramundi filet (skin on=good fats!) with a chunky tomato based sauce with onions, garlic, olives and capers. with grilled zucchini and roasted baby potatoes
(skin-on barramundi filet, salt, pepper, blended oil [soybean, olive], whole peeled tomatoes in juice, onion, spanish olives, capers, garlic, zucchini, potatoes)
Total Calories: 487
Protein: 56g (46%)
Carbs: 32g (26%)
Fat: 15g (28%)
Easily reheat in a microwave (microwave ovens vary, heat until desired temperature).
Did you know.... Virtually all barramundi are born male, then turn into females when they are three to four years old. This means female barramundi can only be courted by younger men!
With half the calories of salmon, barramundi is still packed with Omega-3 fatty acids (known to promote both brain and cardiovascular health) and offers 34 grams of lean protein in a six-ounce serving. It’s also low in Omega-6, which is something you want to consume in moderation due to its inflammatory nature. Nutritionists recommend an Omega-3-to-Omega-6 ratio of no more than 3:1; our barramundi has the ideal 1:1 ratio