Fish is good for you (as long as they are free of Mercury...yikes!). For years we try to squeeze in Wild caught Sockeye Salmon (wild caught salmon is supposed to be better for you than farm raised based on some health experts) into our weekly meal, at least once a week. The pain of buying any fish is that you can end up with not so fresh fish. It is rather a hit or a miss for us at our grocery so we opt for frozen type and just thaw overnight in a fridge.
Salmon has a strong yet unique flavor which may take some time for some people to get used to the texture and flavor but it is so versatile and easy to make. My best bet is to sprinkle some sea salt, black pepper, fresh dill and other spices (whatever I have in my kitchen) then top off with a few slices of fresh cut lemon to add tangy flavor. For a little one, I either make Salmon fish sticks or stuff baked salmon pieces inside a puff pastry for a kid friendly meal. This meal for 3 people cost under $20 with premium ingredients and is made under 30 mins. If we were to eat out, you know it costs way more at a restaurant for seafood items.
Baked Salmon with purple/red Thai rice and steamed broccoli Salmon, cheese, corn wrapped in puff pastry for a little one (a healthy alternate to store bought hot pockets)