This ready-to-eat meal perfectly combines the subtle sweetness of salmon and the crunchiness of small vegetables. Generously portioned, it ensures you won't go hungry.
The salmon here comes from the best part of the fish: its fillets. The rice is white basmati, which punctuates the dish with a beautiful fragrance. Grains are long and don't stick when cooked. The sauce is made from an artisinal Dijon mustard with a hint of tarragon.
Dijon salmon from responsible aquaculture
What is aquaculture? It's a way of farming fish or seafood (in fresh or salt waters) that promotes the repopulation of the species. It's practiced in all provinces throughout Canada, particularly in Quebec.