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BY Anne-Marie Chalmers, MD Jan 23,2013

3 Fun Recipes to Try with Omega-3 Fish Oil

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Here at Omega3 Innovations, we like to mix it up – especially when it comes to taking our omega-3 fish oil. And because our Omega Cure liquid fish oil is ultra fresh and virtually tasteless, it’s easy to get mixing in the kitchen.

Below, you’ll find a few recipes that will give you your daily dose of omega-3 fish oil in meal form. So enjoy!

Omega Cureonaise, a shrimp salad dressing - Omega3 Innovations recipe
Shrimp topped with Omega Cureonaise.

Omega Curonaise

This recipe is one to try when sailing from Kragerø to Tønsberg in mid-July and you have just bought 5 kg of fresh prawns.

Ingredients:
– 5 kg fresh prawns
– 2 large organic egg yolks, warmed to room temperature
– 3 tablespoons of lemon juice
– 1 pinch white pepper
– 1 teaspoon mustard
– 1 dl Omega Cure, unflavored
– 1 dl extra virgin olive oil

Instructions:
1. Put the yolks, lemon juice, mustard, and pepper into a mixing bowl and whisk until smooth and light.
2. Whisk in the Omega Cure and extra virgin olive oil, adding a few drops at a time. Make sure that the mix is completely smooth before pouring in the next drops of oil.
3. When you have whisked in half of the oil, you can speed up the pouring. When you’ve used all the oil, you’ll have your Omega Curonaise. Add some more pepper if you like. Another option is to pour all the ingredients in a blender (use an immersion blender) and mix until the Omega Curonaise has thickened.
4. Peel the fresh prawns and put them on a slice of the best sourdough bread you can find, or make your own. Add the Omega Curonaise, freshly ground pepper, and lemon juice. Garnish with caviar or a bit of lime, if you feel extravagant.

Wine pairing:
A good Riesling is an excellent pairing for this recipe.

Courtesy of Kim O.

The Superfoods-Meet-Omega-Cure Smoothie

The Superfoods-Meet-Omega-Cure Smoothie - Omega3 Innovations recipe
The Superfoods Smoothie, garnished with strawberries.

If you are a morning smoothie drinker, try this recipe to get a solid dose of antioxidants from the blueberries and green tea, as well as fulfill your daily Omega Cure needs.

Ingredients:
– 1 cup plain yogurt
– 2 cups frozen blueberries
– ½ cup of green tea
– 1 tablespoon of honey (optional)
– 3 teaspoons of Omega Cure, unflavored

Instructions:
1. Start by steeping your green tea. Preferably, use fresh matcha powder over the teabag variety, since green tea (much like omega-3 fish oil) is better in a fresh, less processed form.
2. In a blender, combine the yogurt, blueberries, and green tea and blend until smooth. Add the honey if you prefer the extra sweetness.
3. Pour the mixture into a tall glass.*
4. Now, with a spoon, stir in the Omega Cure until smooth.
* Note: We do not recommend that you pour the Omega Cure directly into the blender, especially if the blades are hard to clean. For more details, read the “Tips for Mixing with Omega Cure” below.

Anne-Marie’s Dijon and Omega-3 Dressing

Leafy green salad with eggs and tomatoes.
Kick the ‘healthy’ factor up a notch with a dressing that combines garlic, olive oil, and omega-3 fish oil.

Salads provide a wonderful daily dose of vegetables and fruits. But this tangy dressing kicks the ‘healthy’ factor up a notch with a delightful combination of garlic, olive oil, and omega-3 fish oil.

Ingredients:
– 6 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
– 2 tablespoons Omega Cure, unflavored
– 1/3 cup balsamic vinegar
– 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
– 2 cloves crushed garlic

Instructions:
1. In a small bowl, whisk the ingredients together.
2. Add salt & pepper to taste, and enjoy on fresh greens.

Tips for Mixing with Omega Cure

If you enjoyed the recipes above but want to try a few creations of your own, follow these steps:

Omega Cure fresh liquid fish oil1. You can experiment with both the flavored and unflavored Omega Cure liquid fish oil. The flavored Omega Cure has a very light citrus flavor, which is hardly noticeable when mixed with other ingredients. Still, in this blog, we recommend using the unflavored Omega Cure, just so you don’t have to worry about competing tastes.

2. The Omega Cure blends most easily with milk-based products, which contain just enough fat to bind the oil. Because the Omega Cure is fish oil, pure and simple, it will float on top of water-based foods. It doesn’t taste bad – but it just won’t look as appetizing.

3. Don’t heat the Omega Cure. That means no cooking, frying, or baking with the oil. When exposed to heat, the Omega Cure will start to oxidize, and smell and taste fishy.

4. Always remember to clean up thoroughly after making foods with Omega Cure. Again, the oil will oxidize over time, so it’s best not to let the blender or mixing bowl go unwashed for later. Clean up straight away – otherwise, you’ll be reminded of the oil’s fish origin.

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4 thoughts on “3 Fun Recipes to Try with Omega-3 Fish Oil”

  1. I want to mix honey with fish oil for children brain development. What ratio do i use? How much do you sell fish oil?

  2. Hi, l have purchased and used omega cure for 2 years. Please share with me your thoughts regarding the possibility inclusion of DPA omega in your product and if you are aware significant health benefits of DPA omega. Thank you. DB

    1. Thank you for your letter. You are right that DPA is an important member of the omega-3 family. Omega Cure, which is a unique full-spectrum omega-3 oil, already contains significant amounts of natural DPA (the equivalent of one DPA capsule per 15 ml dose). There is no need or scientific reason to increase this amount artificially.

      Anne-Marie and I have written a few articles relevant to this topic that you might find interesting.

      This article discusses the disadvantages of artificially concentrating specific types of omega-3:
      https://www.omega3innovations.com/blog/are-re-esterified-omega-3-products-better-for-dry-eyes/

      This article clarifies what we mean when we talk about ‘full-spectrum’ fish oil:
      https://www.omega3innovations.com/blog/full-spectrum-fish-oil-why-it-matters-to-omega-3-consumers/

      If you have further questions, please don’t hesitate to let us know.

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