Since ancient times, Feta cheese has been produced from sheep's milk in Greece. The word “feta” comes from the Italian word “fetta”, which means slice. It is richer than other fresh cheeses, such as ricotta. Since feta cheese is high in sodium, it’s a good idea not to add salt to any dishes that contain it. You can also desalt the feta by soaking it in water.
Excellent, healthy and well-balanced main course, rich in functional foods. Salmon is rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, especially omega 3 (AGPIs such as DHA and EPA). By including cabbage, which is a superfood, the meal also contains a considerable amount of nutrients. The red pigment consists of flavins, from the anthocyanin family: these are powerful antioxidants and rich in vitamin C. It is also an excellent source of potassium.
You can serve it with toast or potatoes to ensure a good portion of carbohydrates. For a lighter version and for those people who suffer from dairy allergies, you can omit the feta cheese from this recipe.