Popcorn Fish Salad Recipe

Protein abounds when you add popcorn fish to a lettuce salad.
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December 20, 2011
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Serve Popcorn Fish Salad as a main dish or a side salad.
Courtesy SeaPak


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Popcorn Fish Salad

1 package SeaPak Popcorn Fish
1 to 2 heads green leaf lettuce
2 cucumbers
1 red bell pepper
1 bag sliced carrots
Salad dressing of choice

Heat oven to 450°F.  Bake fish according to package directions.

Cut lettuce and portion into 4 large bowls or 6 smaller bowls. Slice cucumbers and red bell pepper. Add to salad along with carrots. Top with fish, and serve with dressing of choice. Yields 4 large salads or 6 side salads.








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