Do you have an Instant Pot? A popular kitchen gadget that makes meals in a flash, it’s an invaluable tool for busy weeknights when you’ve got a family to feed. Try these tasty recipes, and you’ll be amazed at how quickly you can get a delicious dinner on the table.
- Believe it or not, Instant Pot Ribs only take about 30 minutes to prepare. This is great news if you’re craving ribs on a wintery weeknight when firing up the grill is not a viable option. Prefer pulled pork? The Instant Pot’s got you covered there, too. Try this BBQ Pulled Pork or, for a Mexican twist, try Ancho Orange Pulled Pork.
- There are so many quick and delicious chicken recipes to make with the Instant Pot, you’ll never get bored. Instant Pot Greek Chicken, Chili Lime Chicken, Chicken and Rice, Thai Peanut Chicken Noodles, One Pot Teriyaki Rice with Chicken and Broccoli, Chicken Pot Pie Casserole, and Orange Chicken are all tasty options, but if you prefer your chicken in larger pieces, try this Faux Rotisserie Chicken, Creamy Italian Instant Pot Chicken Breasts or Lemon Garlic Chicken.
- Beautifully prepared beef is a snap with the Instant Pot. Try this Sunday Pot Roast, this Butternut Squash Beef Stew, or this Mongolian Beef. Need more options? How about this Beef Stew, this Beef Bourguignon, Beef Vindaloo, Corned Beef and Cabbage, or Creamy Beef Macaroni Casserole.
- Pork is perfect when it’s cooked in a flash. Try Instant Pot Carnitas, these Pork Chops, these Pork Chops with Acorn Squash, or this delicious Pork Loin. Looking for something a little different? Try Instant Pot Pork Lettuce Wraps or Whiskey and Honey Glazed Ham.
- Seafood doesn’t have to be complicated when you’ve got an Instant Pot. This Salmon with Garlic Potatoes and Greens is scrumptious, this Louisiana Seafood, Chicken, and Sausage Gumbo will make you feel like you’re in New Orleans, and this Shrimp and Grits is pure Southern comfort food, at a fraction of the time and effort you’d expect. Shrimp Risotto, too, is much simpler in the Instant Pot- you don’t even have to do any stirring.
No matter what you decide to put in your Instant Pot, you owe it to yourself to head to R&R Quality Meats and Seafood to check out our selection. At R&R Quality Meats & Seafood, you’ll always find fresh, premium meats and seafood, sourced from trusted providers. Locally owned and operated, we’ve been serving the Redding, California community since 1971, providing high-quality meats and seafood along with friendly, personalized customer service. To learn more, give us a call at (530) 241-7770 or contact us through our website.
Fall is here, and that means a flurry of activity that keeps most of us running all the time. On the weeknights, it’s hard to get inspired about making dinner, but does that mean you should have yet another frozen pizza or drive-through burger meal? Absolutely not, when we’ve got suggestions for scrumptious seafood suppers that are so quick and easy to prepare, you’ll hardly even notice you were in the kitchen.
- Take Taco Tuesday to the next level. Broiled Shrimp Tacos, Fish Tacos with Spicy Slaw, Shrimp and Corn Tacos, Tilapia Tacos, Fish Stick Tacos– who knew there were so many delicious seafood tacos you can make in 30 minutes or less?
- Why order in when you can have easy, amazing Asian food at home? Try Shrimp Fried Rice, Perfect Pad Thai, Spicy Shrimp Noodle Bowl, Curried Shrimp with Peanuts, Shrimp and Broccoli Lo Mein, Coconut Shrimp Curry, all easy to prepare in less time than it would take for the delivery driver to reach you.
- Delicate, delightful seafood doesn’t have to be difficult. Pan-Seared Trout with Italian Style Salsa, Parchment Baked Fish with Tomatoes, Salmon Foil Packets, Roasted Tomato Feta Shrimp, Poached Salmon, Pan-seared Grouper with Balsamic Brown Butter Sauce, and Steamed Mussels with Tomatoes and Garlic taste like a night out someplace nice, but you don’t have to get dressed up to enjoy them.
- Travel with your taste buds, without leaving the kitchen. Try Ahi Poke Bowls, Jambalaya, Greek Salmon, Connecticut Lobster Rolls, Seafood Gumbo, or Flounder Mediterranean will all make you feel just a little bit exotic, while not keeping you in the kitchen for a long time.
- Seafood makes pasta perfect. Say “yes please” to Lobster Mac and Cheese, or try Skillet Orzo with Fish and Fresh Herbs, Seafood Spaghetti, Seafood Lasagna, 50/50 Pesto Spaghetti with Salmon, or Garlicky Shrimp Alfredo Bake.
- A warm seafood soup or stew can make the chilliest evening cozy. Brothy Seafood Chowder, Crab Bisque, New England Clam Chowder, Easy Seafood Stew, or Shrimp and Bacon Chowder will warm you up from the inside out.
- Looking for something different, like comfort food with a twist? Try these Salmon Burgers or Tuna Croquettes, this Creamed Spinach Stuffed Salmon, or these Salmon Meatballs with Avocado Crema for a hearty, delicious meal.
When you’re ready to skip the boring weeknight dinner and go for easy and delicious seafood, head to R&R Quality Meats and Seafood to check out our selection. At R&R Quality Meats & Seafood, you’ll always find fresh, premium meats and seafood, sourced from trusted providers. Locally owned and operated, we’ve been serving the Redding, California community since 1971, providing high-quality meats and seafood along with friendly, personalized customer service. To learn more, give us a call at (530) 241-7770 or contact us through our website.
Winter is on the way, bringing chilly nights that will make you want to stay in and curl up with a warm bowl of soup or stew. Are you ready with some go-to recipes to keep you cozy when the cold weather hits? We’ve got the perfect list, no matter your tastes or cooking preferences.
- If you’re into the Instant Pot, we’ve got some great soups for you to try. There’s Creamy Chicken Corn Chowder, Chicken Enchilada Soup, Tomato Basil Soup with Parmesan, Creamy Thai Coconut Chicken Soup, Ramen Soup, all of which can be made in the instant pot with very little effort.
- There’s something lovely about soup simmering away in the slow cooker all day. Taco Soup, Chicken Pot Pie Soup, Vegetarian Lentil Tortilla Soup, Lasagna Tortellini Soup, Shrimp and Crab Bisque, Thai Coconut Chicken and Wild Rice Soup, Creamy Tortellini Spinach and Mushroom Soup, Ham and Bean Soup, Broccoli Cauliflower Cheese Soup, Beef Barley Soup will bubble along, waiting for you to be ready for dinner.
- If you’re more spontaneous, you can put together delicious soup after you get home from work. Curry Chicken and Rice Soup and Chicken Poblano Tortilla Soup each come together in about 20 minutes, and you can make Country Potato Soup, Cheddar Beer Soup, or Cream Cheese Potato Soup with Ham in only a little while longer. Creamy White Chili takes about 45 minutes, but you won’t regret the extra time when you’re eating it. If might surprise you to learn that you can even pull together French Onion Soup in less than an hour.
- Sometimes you need something heartier than soup, and that’s when a stew is absolutely perfect. If Beef Stew is your go-to, there are plenty of variations, including Vegetable Beef Stew, Guinness Beef Stew with Cheddar Herb Dumplings, and even Coconut Curry Beef Stew. If you feel like being adventurous, though, there are tons of other types of stews, including Red Eye Brisket Stew, Quick Spring Lamb Stew, Hearty Chicken Stew with Butternut Squash and Quinoa, Bean and Chicken Sausage Stew, Brazilian Fish Stew, African Chicken Peanut Stew, Jamaican Oxtail Soup, and Indian Spiced Chicken Stew, all of which will warm you from the inside out.
When you’re ready to whip up some warm and cozy soups and stews, head to R&R Quality Meats and Seafood to check out our selection. At R&R Quality Meats & Seafood, you’ll always find fresh, premium meats and seafood, sourced from trusted providers. Locally owned and operated, we’ve been serving the Redding, California community since 1971, providing high-quality meats and seafood along with friendly, personalized customer service. To learn more, give us a call at (530) 241-7770 or contact us through our website.
Thanksgiving is often called “turkey day” because of its ubiquitous main dish. If you’re getting tired of the same old bird, though, why not shake things up? This year, try a different main dish that’s equally delicious.
- Consider the other white meat: pork has its perks. You can have this Pork with Persimmons and Mustard Greens or this Sage and Garlic Pork Tenderloin on the table in under an hour, a boon if you don’t relish your time in the kitchen. If you prefer for the main dish to be a marathon event, this crispy, tender Slow-Roasted Pork with Kumquats might be more your speed, requiring only 20 minutes of prep time, but taking 19 hours from start to finish. Looking for a dish with big flavor and an impressive presentation? Consider Roast Pork Loin with Pancetta and Sage. If you want something sweetly seasonal, you might want to try this Pork Roast with Lady Apples and Seckel Pears. If easy and budget-friendly are your qualifiers, this Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Pears might be for you, but if you want to go all out with a truly magnificent showpiece, go for Crown Roast Pork with Chestnut Rye Stuffing.
- If you want to stick with fowl, why not do it differently? Cornish hens make an elegant dinner, and there are plenty of recipes to choose from, like Cranberry Stuffed Cornish Game Hens or Cornish Hens with Pomegranate Molasses Glaze. If chicken’s your choice, make it elegant with Classic Roast Chicken or Roasted Chicken with Chestnuts. Looking for something a little different? Roasted Duck Breast with Wild Mushroom Stuffing and Red Wine Sauce is elegant and delicious.
- Beef can be an elegant option for your holiday table. Prime Rib and Oven Roasted Potatoes is rubbed with herbs the day before cooking, so it’s aromatic and savory when served. Roast Beef with Caramelized Shallots is another delicious option, served with a red wine pan sauce, the shallots glazed in brown sugar and balsamic vinegar.
- Perhaps pasta would be perfect this Thanksgiving. If you want to forego the big display of meat in favor of something different, Stuffed Shells are a crowd-pleasing option that can be made ahead and frozen. Prefer lasagna? You’ve got plenty of options, like Classic Cheese Lasagna, Butternut Squash and Sage Lasagna, and Wild Mushroom and Spinach Lasagna.
- Seafood can be a showstopper, too. Don’t believe us? Try this Whole Roasted Salmon with Orange Butter Glaze.
When it’s time to pick your holiday meats, head to R&R Quality Meats and Seafood to check out our selection. At R&R Quality Meats & Seafood, you’ll always find fresh, premium meats and seafood, sourced from trusted providers. Locally owned and operated, we’ve been serving the Redding, California community since 1971, providing high-quality meats and seafood along with friendly, personalized customer service. To learn more, give us a call at (530) 241-7770 or contact us through our website.
Shopping for meat can be confusing. In addition to deciding what cut of meat you want, you also have to wade through a host of classifications like grass-fed, organic, free-range, and more. What does it all mean? Check out this handy guide, so you’ll be in the know next time you go.
- Grass-fed: This designation means that the cattle were raised on grass and hay, though it may not have been exclusively that way. Grass is a more natural option for cattle because their stomachs can more easily digest grass than grain, which makes grass-feeding a more natural and humane way to raise them. Grass-fed beef is leaner than grain-fed, and there’s a slight difference in flavor, with grass-fed slightly gamier. When preparing grass-fed beef, cook it no more than medium-done, because it’s leaner. Grass-fed beef is higher in healthy omega 3 fatty acids, beta carotene, and vitamin E, but there are currently no regulations regarding the use of the term.
- Grain-finished: Cattle that are grass-finished are raised on grass for the first six months, but then fattened on grain, typically corn or soybeans, prior to slaughter. These cattle gain weight quickly and have more marbling than grass-fed beef. About 85 percent of beef sold in the United States falls into this category, so if the label doesn’t say grass-fed, the cow was probably grain-finished.
- Organic: This is a legally defined term, so it is governed by strict rules. There are regular inspections to verify that meat labeled organic is being produced without synthetic fertilizer, hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, irradiation, or genetically modified ingredients. However, organic doesn’t mean that the animals were grass-fed or pasture-raised, and organic cattle can be fed grain as long as it’s organically grown. Organic meats pose the lowest risk of mad cow disease because organic rules forbid feeding animal byproducts to other animals.
- Natural: Producers of conventionally raised animals are permitted to use the label “natural” as long as their product doesn’t contain chemical preservatives, artificial color or flavor, or any other artificial ingredient. By this definition, though, all fresh meat is natural. Much natural beef is raised sustainably, but there’s no way to know for sure because there’s no certification or inspection.
- Pastured: This doesn’t apply to beef but is permitted for pork and poultry products, as long as the animals have been raised on pasture. Swine and poultry can’t live on grass alone, because they’re omnivores, so this isn’t the same thing as grass-fed.
If you’re looking for high–quality cuts of meat, head to R&R Quality Meats and Seafood to check out our selection. At R&R Quality Meats & Seafood, you’ll always find fresh, premium meats and seafood, sourced from trusted providers. Locally owned and operated, we’ve been serving the Redding, California community since 1971, providing high-quality meats and seafood along with friendly, personalized customer service. To learn more, give us a call at (530) 241-7770 or contact us through our website.
Low-carb diets have been around for decades. One of the latest iterations is the ketogenic diet, or keto for short. Under this plan, dieters restrict their carbohydrate intake and replace it with fat. The idea is to force the body to burn fat reserves rather getting energy from carbs. The resulting metabolic state, called ketosis, results in weight loss.
Use the information here to help you decide if keto could be right for you.
Benefits of Ketogenic Diets
- Weight loss: The biggest reason people start a ketogenic diet is to lose weight. It’s ideal for people hoping to drop pounds. Keto is less suitable for athletes and bodybuilders.
- Treatment for metabolic dysfunction: Keto largely targets harmful abdominal fat, which is beneficial for reaching your target weight and treating metabolic dysfunction so common in the West today.
- Diabetes treatment: The keto diet helps you lose excess fat, which is closely tied to type 2 diabetes. It also helps lower insulin and blood sugar levels. In many cases, people with type 2 diabetes end up reducing or going off their medications entirely thanks to the effects of keto.
- Heart health: The ketogenic diet reduces many risk factors for heart disease, including body fat, triglycerides, cholesterol levels and blood pressure.
- Brain health: People with Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy and brain injuries can benefit from the keto diet because it converts fat into ketones, supplying energy to the brain in the process.
What to Eat on the Keto Diet
If you’re interested in enjoying the benefits of keto, you must understand which foods to eat and which to avoid. In general, any high-protein, high-fat food is acceptable. Here are some examples of what to eat on the keto diet:
- Meat, including beef, pork, poultry and lamb in all their varieties
- Fatty fish, such as salmon, tuna, trout and mackerel
- Animal-derived products, including eggs, butter and cheese
- Plant fats, such as nuts, seeds, olive oil and avocados
- Low-carb vegetables, such as tomatoes, onions, peppers and most green veggies
Then, you should cut out as many carbohydrates as possible. Avoid eating the following when you’re on a ketogenic diet:
- Grains, including bread, rice and pasta
- Fruit, except for small servings of berries
- Beans and legumes, such as lentils, chickpeas and kidney beans
- Root vegetables, including carrots, potatoes and yams
- Alcohol, including wine, beer and hard liquor
- Sugary food, such as soda, juice, candy and desserts
If you decide to try the keto diet, be sure to talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits. Then, stock up on high-quality meat to facilitate your diet. You can find all the tender and juicy cuts you’re looking for at R&R Quality Meats & Seafood. We have been serving up fresh and frozen steak, sausage, bacon, chicken and turkey since 1971. To learn more about our products, or to ask questions, please visit us in Redding, CA or call us at (530) 241-7770.
So, you’ve found a great steak recipe, and now you’re eager to fire up the grill. Before you get cooking, you need to pick the right piece of meat. Here’s how to tell which cut of steak is best.
It’s important to consider the thickness of the meat with just about any cut of steak. Thinner cuts can turn out fine, but they’re more difficult to master. Only one minute too long in the oven or on the grill could render your steak tough and hard to chew.
Thicker steaks give you more leeway, making it easier to achieve the perfect grill marks without overcooking the meat. Shop for steaks that are at least one-inch thick, no matter your cooking method.
The white lines running through a cut of steak are called marbling, another fancy name for “fat.” It’s a common mistake to think you don’t want fat in your steak. However, a fair amount of marbling will give your steak a tender, juicy flavor. As it cooks, the marbling breaks down, leaving the perfect texture and taste behind.
Of course, you don’t want a fatty steak, either. Look for thin, even lines of marbling throughout the cut rather than chunks of fat. You can also trim white areas from the edges if you prefer.
Knowing what cut to look for is the most important part of telling which steak is best. Some of our favorite cuts include:
- T-bone: This is one of the most popular cuts at steakhouses because it comes with two steaks in one: tenderloin on one side and strip steak on the other. Of course, this also makes it trickier to cook properly.
- Porterhouse: This larger, slightly less tender version of a T-bone steak delivers savory flavors when cooked correctly. It also takes some mastery because of the two-steaks-in-one characteristic.
- Ribeye: This cut comes with excellent marbling for superior flavor and tenderness. You can find bone-in and boneless versions, both of which are delicious.
- Filet mignon: The royal member of the steak family, filet mignon comes from a small area of the tenderloin close to the ribs, making it extremely
- Top sirloin: Because this cut of steak originates from a more muscular part of the animal, it turns out best when served rare or medium-rare.
- Strip steak: This cut comes from the short loin behind the ribs, a large area of the animal that also facilitates T-bone and porterhouse steaks. It’s the most affordable cut on this list of favorites.
With so many types of steak to choose from, you might feel overwhelmed by your options. Fortunately, you can receive the personalized advice you need from R&R Quality Meats & Seafood. Our retail location in Redding, CA is the perfect place to browse a wide selection of USDA Certified organic beef in all your favorite cuts. If you have any questions, or you want to learn more, please contact us at (530) 241-7770 today.
If you’ve never cooked with lamb before, you may feel overwhelmed when your significant other requests it for dinner. Don’t worry – cooking with lamb is easy, and with recipes ranging from extremely elegant to completely comforting, you’re sure to find just the right one for you. Here are some of our favorite lamb recipes to try.
- Mediterranean rack of lamb: For something elegant on a special occasion, give this recipe a try. The people you serve dinner to will never guess how easy it was to make! If you’re inexperienced cooking with lamb, this is a great place to start.
- Lamb shoulder with citrus-fennel salad: It’s hard to beat slow-roasted lamb shoulder. Don’t be intimidated by the five-hour cook time – all that means is that you get to enjoy the aroma of roasting meat all afternoon.
- Lamb pitas with yogurt sauce: This Greek gyro-inspired recipe features deliciously spiced lamb stew meat with sliced tomato and cucumber. It’s easy to whip up in the slow cooker, and the meat freezes well if you want to make a large batch.
- Lamb-fry: This simple stir-fry makes for a light and flavorful meal, ideally served with Indian flatbread. Spices such as garlic, ginger, coriander, cumin, turmeric, cinnamon and cloves bring out the best in your leg of lamb.
- Kashmiri lamb: Kashmiri cuisine combines fruits and nuts from the region with the cooking style of the Moghuls. This rich, hearty stew dish pairs beautifully with steamed rice or egg noodles.
- Lamb and winter squash soup: This flavorful dish is perfect for a chilly day. There are many different steps to this recipe, including marinating overnight, so be sure to plan ahead. If you can’t find the delicata squash called for in this recipe, acorn or butternut will work just fine.
- Grilled lamb chops: You can’t have a list of lamb recipes without lamb chop! This spin on an old classic features a tangy pomegranate-port reduction drizzled on top for a flavorful finish to every bite.
- Greek pasta bake: Combine ground beef and ground lamb with pasta for non-traditional comfort food you’ll make again and again. The tang of lemon and herbs combines wonderfully with the subtle presence of cinnamon.
- Lamb meatballs with raisin pesto: A pound of ground lamb, a handful of raisins, Greek yogurt and some herbs are all you need to make the most rewarding meatballs you have ever had.
With these great recipes to choose from, you should have everything you need to cook up a memorable lamb dish for your family. For access to tender, juicy cuts of meat, check out the selection at R&R Quality Meats & Seafood. We have a wonderful selection of marinated and seasoned meats to get your recipe started. To learn more about our products, or to ask questions, please visit us in Redding, CA or call us at (530) 241-7770.
One of the biggest hurdles of losing weight is the desire to eat great-tasting food. Whether you’re on a specific diet or you simply want to reduce your carbohydrate intake to lose weight, the following meals will help you realize just how easy and tasty low-carb eating can be.
- Scrambled eggs and veggies: Enjoy this meal for breakfast or lunch. It’s rich in protein and healthy fat to keep you going. Include whatever vegetables you prefer, including tomatoes, onion, spinach or asparagus.
- Broccoli and cheese mini omelets: When you have a little extra time on the weekend, whip up a batch of mini omelets. Single servings baked in muffin tins are perfect for grab-and-go breakfasts on hectic mornings.
- Ground beef and bell peppers: All you need for a delicious low-carb meal is ground beef, bell pepper, onion, spinach, and your preferred spices. Sauté these together in a pan for lunch or dinner in a jiffy. Make two servings for a quick meal later.
- Chicken lettuce wraps: The tangy flavors of chili garlic sauce and soy sauce really make this recipe special. The wraps are also paleo-approved if you’re on this specific diet.
- Moroccan meatballs: These mouthwatering delights are made with lamb and essential Moroccan spices like paprika and The roasted pistachio garnish rounds out the dish to perfection.
- BLT chicken salad: The next time you’re craving a bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich, simply add the essential ingredients to a salad, skipping the bread to keep it low-carb. The addition of grilled chicken breast makes this meal even more delicious and filling.
- Enchilada chicken stew: For another twist on a traditionally carb-filled meal, slow cook everything you need for chicken enchiladas by following this recipe. With plenty of sauce, you can eat it as a hearty stew instead of in tortillas.
- Enchilada chicken mango salad: Do you have some leftover chicken from the stew recipe listed above? Add this to a bowl of shredded romaine and top it with diced mango and half of an avocado to make an easy, hearty, low-carb lunch.
- Herb crusted salmon: Salmon is among the healthiest seafood out there. This simple recipe rivals similar meals you’ll find at 5-star restaurants – and it only takes 20 minutes to make!
- No-bun hamburgers: Who doesn’t love a good burger? If you’re eating low-carb, the bun can throw off your goals. Thankfully, you can simply whip up a few beef patties and wrap them in butter lettuce to satisfy your cravings without cheating on your diet.
Most of the tastiest low-carb meals are meat-based. If you’re looking for all-natural chicken, wild-caught salmon and 100% grass-fed beef to include in your meals, look no further than R&R Quality Meats & Seafood. We have been serving up juicy and tender cuts of meat to our customers in Redding, CA since 1971. To learn more about our products, or to place an order, please contact us at (530) 241-7770.
Are you looking to make a healthy change in your life? How about adding salmon to the menu? The American Heart Association recommends eating fish – particularly fatty fish like salmon – at least two times per week. One serving of salmon is 3.5 ounces or about 3/4 cup. Here are seven health benefits of salmon you will enjoy if you follow the AHA’s advice.
- High in omega-3 fatty acids: Salmon is the number one source of omega-3s, a fatty acid that promotes a healthy heart, brain, liver, eyes, joints and Your body can’t create omega-3fats, so you must get them from your diet, such as by eating 2 ounces of salmon every day.
- Good source of protein: Your body needs protein to build muscle, maintain muscle mass during weight loss and heal after injury. Salmon boasts an impressive 22 to 25 grams of protein per 3.5-ounce serving.
- Loaded with potassium: Most people think bananas are the best source of potassium, but salmon actually contains more! Potassium helps regulate your blood pressure and reduces the risk of stroke.
- Rich in B vitamins: The B vitamins found in salmon are involved in several critical bodily functions, including creating and repairing DNA, converting food into energy, and reducing inflammation. Even people in developed countries can become deficient in one or more B vitamins. Eating salmon can help prevent this.
- Packed with astaxanthin: This powerful antioxidant is what gives salmon its signature pink color. Studies show that astaxanthin reduces bad LDL cholesterol and raises good HDL cholesterol, which could reduce your risk of heart disease. It also works with omega-3s to protect the brain and nervous system from harmful inflammation.
- Low in mercury: There’s one catch to eating fish – many types may contain high levels of mercury and other environmental contaminants. Fish with the highest potential of mercury contamination include swordfish, king mackerel, tilefish and Fortunately, salmon ranks among the fish that typically have lower mercury levels. The AHA states that, in most cases, the health benefits of salmon far outweigh the potential risks of mercury consumption.
- Delicious and versatile: The best part about salmon is that you can appreciate all the health benefits it offers while enjoying its tasty flavor. If you like seafood, odds are you’ll like salmon. It has a less “fishy” taste than sardines and mackerel, and you can serve it in numerous ways – steamed, grilled, smoked, sautéed, baked, or raw in sushi and sashimi meals.
Now that you know these health benefits of salmon, you may be eager to start adding more of this fatty fish to your weekly diet. R&R Quality Meats & Seafood is the leading source of wild-caught salmon in Redding, CA. We have the North State’s largest seafood display and selection for you to browse. Please contact us at (530) 241-7770 today to learn more about our products or to place an order.