Soy, honey & ginger salmon
Salmon with a soy, honey & ginger dressing, Asian greens and brown rice
Shelf-life: Day of delivery plus 4 days
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 940mg
Key is to get oil really hot before adding the salmon. Get a nice little crispiness at edges like restaurant. Veggies better done in an airfryer in Broil for 3-4min.
I mean the flavors were nothing special I added peanut sauce to enliven the flavors but it was a 3 star meal, not bad, but definitely not spectacular
Not usually a huge salmon fan but I always love this dish. Very fresh and the sauce is delicious.
I love this meal. The salmon portions are hearty and very fresh. The rice could be seasoned a bit more. The veggies are great, but there could be a bit more. The soy ginger glaze is delicious. I add a bit of red pepper flakes to it and pour some of the glaze over the salmon half way through cooking. This meal usually lasts me 2 days.
I enjoyed this dish. It was tasty and filling. Veggies were a little worse for the wear. I recommend seasoning veggies before cooking as they were bland. Overall recommend this