Soy, honey & ginger salmon
Salmon with a soy, honey & ginger dressing, Asian greens and brown rice
4 days life from delivery
670 calories per person
Mediterranean, Pescatarian, Dairy free, High in Protein, High in Fibre
Suitable for home freezing
To maximise freshness put the raw salmon straight into the freezer on arrival. Defrost when needed in a couple of minutes in the microwave.
- Season salmon with salt and pepper. Heat oil in a pan, and cook the salmon to your liking
- Remove lid from the pot of rice, microwave for 4 minutes or until piping hot, place lid back on to keep warm
- Remove film from tray of vegetables, sprinkle with tablespoon of water, microwave on full power for 4 minutes
- To serve, drizzle the soy, honey & ginger dressing over the salmon, vegetables, and rice
Salmon (Atlantic Norwegian farmed), Brown rice, Haricot vert, Broccoli, Sugar snap peas, Bok choy, Honey, Ginger, Lime juice, Sesame oil, Soy sauce, Sunflower oil, Red Chili, Garlic, Salt
Allergens: Gluten, Fish, Soy
Calories 670, Fat 29g, Saturated fat 4g, Carbohydrates 63g, Protein 38g, Fibre 6g, Sodium 800mg
My 2nd meal from G&T, and I really enjoyed it. All the ingredients are fresh and clean. The salmon was so good, the veggies were green and crisp, the brown rice was plentiful, and I enjoyed the sauce as well.
Like some other customers, I baked the salmon in the oven, then to the stovetop with all the other ingredients - and then the broiler for a finishing touch. It was a *really* nice, healthy, and flavorful meal. Well done again, G&T!
Easy to make, love the veggie mix and the sauce.
I’ve gotten into the habit of making my G&T meals in one skillet, and this one was no exception. Easy to prepare, and delicious. I cooked the salmon first, added the sauce and veg, and finished with the brown rice. Delicious, high quality meal!
First meal with Georgie & Tom’s and it was fresh, delicious and easy to prepare! Looking forward to continuing this service!!
I liked the salmon and the selection of vegetables. I was not a huge fan of the sauce provided and made my own using some toasted sesame oil, vinegar, & liquid coconut aminos (you could substitute soy sauce).