I decided that my blog was seriously lacking in quick and easy recipes. On my ‘About Me’ page you will see that one of the topics I wanted to cover on here was food. Very apt since it is a huge love of mine. Quick and easy recipes massively appeal to me and I would imagine it would certainly appeal to those with families. I do love putting time into a nice meal but after work I see it as a bit of a chore so try to keep it fairly simple. This recipe is an adaption of Madeleine Shaw’s Teriyaki Salmon.
- Salmon fillets – 2 packs of 2
- 4 spring onions (shredded)
- 4 tbsp light soy sauce
- 2 cloves of garlic (crushed)
- Lazy ginger
- 4 tbsp honey
- Egg noodles/Buckwheat noodles/Rice
- Heat the oven to 200c.
- Place each fillet in the middle of a piece of foil (30cm x 30cm would be plenty).
- Pour 1 tbsp of soy sauce and 1 tbsp of honey over each fillet.
- Add half clove crushed garlic to each parcel.
- Add as much or as little ginger as you want to each parcel.
- Shred one spring onion over each fillet.
- Wrap the parcel like a pasty (pictured) and make sure there are no gaps for the juices to leak.
- Put the salmon into the oven for 25 mins.
- Depending on what you decide to serve the salmon with cook accordingly. I usually do it with egg noodles so cook these about 5 mins before the end.
- Service the salmon and juices on top of the noodles/rice.
Tuck in and enjoy!