Avocado mousse with Ikura (Salmon Roe)
Avocado mousse is here in a light and firm texture with agar-agar.
It is different from the very creamy guacamole like, we use avocado to pair with anything.
It is possible to use it in cubes for sashimi or cocktail brochette.
To add spicy tea increases the diversity to use it from breakfast to a late snack.
It is rich in EPA, CoQ10, the example of delicious becoming healthy.
1 ripe avocado
¼ cup spring water
¼ tsp agar-agar powder
¼ cup ginger turmeric tea
3oz small jar of Salmon roe (Ikura)
In a small bowl pour ¼ teaspoon of agar-agar powder, add 2 tablespoons of water.
Let the seaweed hydrate.
In a small pan pour ¼ cup of water. heat to a boil, then add the mixture of agar-agar, whisk to be sure the powder is not clumsy, keep boiling 3 minutes, add some spicy tea, or lemon juice, let it cool on the table.
Peel and cube the avocado add it in a blender add the mixture agar-agar with tea. Blend all at high speed.
Add some seasoning at your convenience before pouring in glass cups.
Let it cool for few hours.
Add a tablespoon of Salmon roe on the top and some lemon juice before serving
Nutrition: Salmon roe (Ikura) – Serving Size 1 oz (28g)
Cal 70 Cal from fat 33
Total fat 4 g Saturated Fat 1g Trans fat 0g
Vitamin A 3% Calcium 2% • Iron 3%
Omega-3s 1455mg EPA 583mg DHA 682mg
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Consumption of omega-3 fatty acids from marine sources lowers markers of inflammation in the blood such as C-reactive protein, Interleukin 6 , and TNF alpha.
Salmon Roe (Ω3) and Avocado (CoQ10) together are a nutritious food to prevent inflammation and slow aging.
Kelei Li,Tao Huang, Jusheng Zheng, Kejian Wu,and Duo Li Effect of Marine-Derived n-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids on C-Reactive Protein, Interleukin 6 and Tumor Necrosis Factor α: A Meta-Analysis PLoS One. 2014; 9(2): e88103
Zhai J, Bo Y, Lu Y, Liu C, Zhang L (2017) Effects of Coenzyme Q10 on Markers of Inflammation: A Systematic Review and Meta- Analysis. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0170172. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0170172
Ab Latif Wani, Sajad Ahmad Bhat,1 and Anjum Ara Omega-3 fatty acids and the treatment of depression: a review of scientific evidence Integr Med Res. 2015 Sep; 4(3): 132–141.
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