The Foodie Physician: Dining with the Doc: Salmon with the Sisters

Dining with the Doc: Salmon with the Sisters

I recently had the honor and pleasure of sharing a recipe on a wonderful blog called Full Belly Sisters.  The sisters are Justine and Flannery, two women who are passionate about women's health. According to their site, "The Full Belly Sisters blog offers useful tools so that you can be healthy and informed while you're pregnant, breastfeeding, or just striving for balance in your life."  Check them out, you won't be disappointed!

The dish I created is called Moroccan Spiced Salmon with Harissa Yogurt and Pearl Couscous.  Salmon is one of my favorite things to cook because it is so easy to prepare and it has so many wonderful health benefits.  This dish uses many of the spices commonly found in Moroccan cuisine to add tons of flavor without adding calories.  To read more about the wonders of salmon and to see this recipe, head on over to Full Belly Sisters by clicking here.


  1. Good morning Sonali! I featured this recipe on my blog today, it looks great! Thanks for allowing me to share. Here is the link

  2. I just shared this dish on Katherine Martinelli's Salmon blog hop.

  3. I made this recipe to serve 13 for a family Chanukah dinner and received rave reviews. After seasoning the fish, I drizzled it with olive oil and baked at 375 for 14 minutes. I needed a non-dairy alternative to the harissa yogurt and created a harissa aioli (with mayo, harissa and lemon juice) to serve with the fish. We eat salmon often and this recipe will be added to the rotation.

    1. So glad to hear the dish was a success, Susan! I love the idea of a harissa aioli. It would be great on a sandwich with any leftover salmon. Happy holidays to you and your family!




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