Sticky soy citrus baked salmon

  • 30min
  • 2
  • 381 kcal
  • Easy
  • Pescatarian
  • Gluten free , Dairy free
  • Soy

Per 120 g contains

381 kcal 1594 kj
19%
11.2 g
16%
1.6 g
8%
30.2 g
33%
0.1 g
1%

of an adult's recommended intake.
Typical energy values per 100g: 1328kj/317.5kcal

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Reviewed by Gemma Grange

When it comes to cooking meals after having a new baby, flexibility is key. This sticky soy salmon can be either baked or fried, eaten with one hand, and enjoyed either hot or cold - great if you get distracted.

This dish is big on flavours, packed with protein and easy on the tummy. Make a double batch of glaze in advance and keep in a jar in the fridge for few days; it's just as good with chicken or can be used as a stir-fry sauce.

Serve with rice, cooked according to packet instructions, or a fresh salad.

Ingredients

  • Salmon fillets
    2
For the glaze
  • Soy sauce
    2 tbsp
    Soy
  • Runny honey
    1½ tbsp
  • Juice from ½ an orange
  • White wine vinegar
    1 tbsp
  • Garlic clove, peeled
    1
  • Ginger, fresh
    ½ cm slice
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Cooking Method

  1. Place all the ingredients for the glaze into a small pan and gently simmer until reduced by a third and having the consistency of runny honey. Discard the garlic and ginger slice.
  2. Line a roasting tin with greaseproof paper and lightly oil. Place the salmon skin-side down and spoon the glaze over.
  3. Roast at 200°C fan/gas mark 6 for 12-15 minutes. Alternatively fry in a little oil over a medium heat for two to three minutes each side. Pour the glaze over halfway through cooking the second side.
  4. Once cooked, use a fish slice to lift the salmon off the skin, leaving it stuck to the paper, and serve.

Nutritional Information

Typical Valuesper 100gper 120g serving
Energy
317.5 kcal
1328 kj
381 kcal
1594 kj
Fat
of which saturates
9.3 g
1.3 g
11.2 g
1.6 g
Carbohydrate
of which sugars
29.4 g
25.1 g
35.3 g
30.2 g
Fibre0.6 g
0.7 g
Protein31 g
37.3 g
Salt0 g
0.1 g

Salmon 

Eating two portions of fish per week, including one portion of oily fish, is recommended for those at high risk of or with cardiovascular disease. Oily fish contains high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids which have been linked to protecting the heart and blood vessels from disease.

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