Friday, 31 July 2015

Sticky Grilled Salmon

I don't say this lightly.  This is OMG tasty!  A delicious way to eat salmon.  Quick tip, line any tray you use with foil, the excess coating will burn, also it's a good idea to open a door to the outside.



Sticky Grilled Salmon - Serves 1

Ingredients

120g, 4oz fillet of salmon
1 tbsp grated ginger
2 tsp honey
1 tsp soy sauce or tamari to make gluten free
2 tsp sweet chilli sauce

Method

Mix the sticky, delicious coating together then coat the salmon.  Put under a hot grill and grill (broil) the salmon for 6-8 minutes or until cooked enough.  For my liking, I like salmon to be only just off translucent in the centre rather than cooked until it's dry but cook it to your liking.


Serve with rice, quinoa or a salad.  So OMG delicious.  So lovely.  Tuck in!

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6 comments:

  1. Good tip with opening the door, I'm know to have the occasional smoke alarm incident (usually when the boys are taking a nap!) so I'll have to make sure I follow your advice.

    I love the sound of the flavours you added to the salmon, I'd imagine they go perfectly.

    Popping over from #RecipeoftheWeek.

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    1. Thank you and oh yes, there is a reason I've not blocked off the door from my kitchen... In all seriousness, you pay money to run an extractor fan, a door can be just as good.

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  2. I love salmon and this sauce is similar to a teriyaki type...yummy. Just picked up some at the market and plan on doing a miso glaze.

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    1. Miso is definitely on the list!

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  3. Totally tasty :) Could I pop it on a bed of mashed potato too?

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    1. Hmm, I wouldn't, a bit too Asian for mash.

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