Steamed Salmon with Greens, Beans & Peas

Now here’s a slimming & super quick to make candida diet recipe for lunch or dinner.

Steamed Salmon with Greens, Beans & Peas

Prep time5 minutes
Cook time15 minutes
Total time20 minutes
Allergy Fish
Dietary Candida Diet Recipes Phase 2
Meal type Lunch, Main Dish
Misc Serve Hot
Super quick candida diet recipe for lunch or dinner – Steamed Salmon with Greens and Peas. Check it out here…


  • 1 medium slice of fresh salmon (or frozen)
  • a few asparagus stalks
  • 1 handful fine green beans or frozen broad beans
  • a couple of broccoli florets
  • 1 handful peas
  • olive oil dressing (with salt, freshly ground pepper, cayenne pepper and fresh garlic or garlic granules and a pinch of tumeric)


Super quick to make. No prep. No fuss. If you like salmon this will be one of your staple dishes from now on.


If you have a portion of veggies left over, you can reheat some the next day. Tastes lovely with pumpkin seed oil, salt and pepper and some pumkin and sunflower seeds.

In fact it makes such a nice candida friendly snack you might as well make double the amount of veg straight away.

If all else fails, freeze the surplus amount for future veggy curries.


Works also beautifully with stir-fried white cabbage & butter or spring greens and red chilli dressing.


Step 1
Chop the vegetables and arrange them around the salmon in a steamer.

Steam for 10 mins; then add the peas.
Step 2
Meanwhile make the dressing which you can drizzle over the salmon and veg when done.

Garnish with fresh parsley.

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    • Tia

      Reply Reply October 13, 2013

      I’m a bit confused about eating fish. Is it safe to eat store bought fish which are farmed fish?
      And also plantain chips ok to eat on candida diet?

      • Sandra

        Reply Reply October 13, 2013

        Hi Tia, fish is fine to eat in all shapes and disguises. Line caught fish from the ocean is best. But you can buy tins of it in the supermarket, too. It’s just a bit more expensive than the budget tinned fish. I personally ate tinned tuna, salmon, sardines and mackerel. But I know that some people are concerned about the mercury content in tuna. I can safely say though I have been eating it a lot, and it has helped my recovery from Candida. Not sure what my heavy metal levels are, but I feel fine. You can take chlorella or spirulina for instance, both supplements help to filter heavy metals and other stuff out of your body tissues. That might be a way around it. I took is to alleviate my constipation. All in all fish, especially oily fish are super beneficial for your recovery as the healthy omega oils work anti-inflammatory, so you heal quicker.

        I don’t know Plantain chips. If they are store bought and deep fried I would not eat them until you are several months into the diet and feel ok. Before then it would be a strain on your system and would encourage yeast growth. If you make them at home in the oven with a little olive oil, you can eat them sooner. But it depends how sweet they are. If they are like bananas then avoid them until you are symptom free. If they are like a vegetable then have them in stage three, 2-2 weeks into the diet.

        All my best,

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