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Salmon w Soy, Ginger, Chilli & Greens

by Jac's Veghead (follow)
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The classic healthy dinner of baked salmon w greens but with an Asian inspired twist.



Preparation Time: 30 minutes (Marinating time)
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
Makes: 2 servings

Ingredients
2 salmon fillets
3 small white potatoes
1 bunch of broccolini
1 bunch of asparagus
1 tbsp fresh grated ginger
1 garlic clove
1 hot chilli
1/4C soy sauce
1/2 lemon
Few sprigs of dill



Method

Place raw salmon fillets in a container with minced garlic, ginger, chilli, dill and lemon.



Pour over the soy sauce and allow to marinate in the fridge for at least 20 minutes.



Meanwhile chop the potatoes into chunks and place in a boiling pot of water.



Remove the salmon from the fridge and place in a hot oiled pan skin side down. Keep the sauce separate.



Put a lid on and allow the fish to steam and sizzle.



Once the potatoes are almost done add trimmed asparagus and broccolini to the pot.



Once the salmon has been cooking for about 5 minutes flip the fillets and cook the top for another few minutes.
Place the fillets on a plate and drain the vegetables.
Place the drained vegetables into the pan the fish was cooked in and pour over the remaining marinade sauce.



Toss to cover the vegetables and arrange on plates.



Categories
#Salmon
#Fish
#Dinner
#Healthy
#Bake
#Asparagus
#Asian
#Fish
#Seafood
#Green
#Marinate
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Since the marinade held raw fish, it needs a little more cooking than just tossing with vegetables in the pan. Other than that, this looks like a delicious meal and I pinned it. All I need is the green vegetables, although I do have green beans and Brussels sprouts.
Hello, Warm toss is fine if you get good quality fish. Fish can be eaten raw! If it was chicken of course it would need to be very hot. Enjoy!
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