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Grilled Thai Salmon (My Favorite Salmon Recipe)

Discussion in 'Food & Recipes' started by KelpForest, Dec 10, 2008.

  1. KelpForest

    KelpForest Guest

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Englewood, FL, USA
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    Ingredients
    4 x 140g/5oz salmon fillets
    2 tsp sunflower oil
    small knob of root ginger ,
    peeled and grated
    1 mild red chilli , finely sliced
    (deseed if you want less heat)
    bunch spring onions , finely
    sliced
    1Ž½ tbsp sweet soy sauce
    Ž¼ tsp sugar
    1 x 20g pack coriander , leaves
    only chopped

    Directions
    1. Heat grill to high. Place the fish in a shallow baking dish, then
    grill for 4-5 mins until cooked through, but still a little pink in
    the centre. Cover and set aside.

    2. Heat a wok, add the oil, then stir-fry the ginger, chilli and
    spring onions for 2-3 mins. Stir in the soy, sugar and a splash
    of water, then take off the heat. Throw in the coriander and
    serve immediately with the salmon. Delicious with rice or
    noodles.

    Per serving
    281 kcalories, protein 29g,
    carbohydrate 3g, fat 17 g,
    saturated fat 3g, fibre 0g, salt
    1.52 g
     
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  2. Natasha

    Natasha Dive Travel Professional

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: Chicagoan living in Texas
    11,609
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    Sounds fantastic! Thanks..I must try it.
     
  3. Natasha

    Natasha Dive Travel Professional

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: Chicagoan living in Texas
    11,609
    17
    Wow this is an old thread! I forgot all about this recipe!
     
  4. FrankyPark

    FrankyPark Registered

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    Salmon is a very expensive kind of fish., but really a very good kind. So easy to prepare and I have made ready for this recipe for my upcoming celebration of my son who is coming home from a six month work (He is assigned far from us). Thanks for this column. Grilled fish is much better than meat
     

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