This post has been co-sponsored by Nobilo Wines and the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and we have been compensated monetarily. As always, all thoughts and opinions are our own.
There’s not much we love more than wine and seafood. So I’m thrilled to bring you this recipe today in partnership with Nobilo Wines and MSC (the Marine Stewardship Council). It’s another one pan wonder that is sure to be a hit with the entire family.
Feeding a family can be tough, especially when you are trying to do that in a way that is economical, sustainable, and of course, delicious! So the partnership between Nobilo Wines and MSC is the perfect way to bring the best of the land and the sea to your family so you can enjoy family friendly meals in a sustainable way.
We’ve spoken before about the importance of choosing sustainable seafood and how to do just that for your family, but let’s review.
Why Is This Important
Ninety percent of the world’s fish stock are now fully fished or overfished. Yet fish is the main source of animal protein for billions of people and more than 1/2 billion people rely on seafood for their income.
So that’s where MSC comes in. MSC is a global non-profit organization created to address and reverse the problem of unsustainable fishing. Just look for their MSC blue label symbol at the grocery store to help purchase ocean friendly and sustainable seafood for your family. Like I did for this One Pan Salmon and Rice. You can find MSC certified sustainable seafood at hundreds of grocery stores and on all your favourite types of fish and seafood.
The Perfect Pairing
What goes better with a One Pan Salmon and Rice meal than a crisp glass of white wine? Or rather a white wine and lemon sauce. Or both!
Nobilo is a classic Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand that is crips and refreshing and perfect for summer. It’s also extremely reasonably priced, which is something I always look for in my wine.
Family Friendly Meal For The Win!
These two fantastic ingredients come together in this delicious One Pan Salmon and Rice dish. And you know how we feel about our one pan meals. They are super simple and result in way WAY less clean up. Always a plus for any recipe. And this dish is no exception.
It also works extremely well as a deconstructed meal – I doubled the rice and broccoli and served both plain on the side along with some extra MSC certified salmon. Being considerate to the little one’s palates, without catering. I find I also end up throwing out a heck of lot less food this way because my kids are more likely to eat the meal when it’s presented in this way. So less food waste is yet another way to help feed your family sustainably.
Serve with the white wine sauce on the side and a glass of wine (or two) for the adults, and you’ve got one pretty darn perfect and delicious family friendly meal.