He and his wife, Lynne, live in Newton, Massachusetts. She is the author of several cookbooks, including Going Solo in the Kitchen. He lives in Vermont.
After sharing Greek Moussaka with you on Monday which requires no less than FIVE pots, pans and trays to make worth the effort, but not an everyday meal! Then I contemplated what to use it for that I could share with you, and this salmon popped into my mind. I realise not everyone has the time, energy or interest to make homemade sweet chili sauce!
Moist, perfectly cooked salmon with a simple, spicy-sweet glaze. Asian Glazed Salmon is sure to become a weeknight dinner favorite! Growing up in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, we ate salmon quite a bit.
You may have seen my sneak-peak post on Instagram last week, and I am excited to share this easy, healthy Asian-Glazed Salmon recipe with you today! I always have the ingredients for this recipe in my fridge, which is another reason why I love this dish so much. You can also create your own grain bowl and serve it on top of brown rice. This Asian-Glazed Salmon is packed with flavor in every bite.
My friend, blogger and author, Julia Konovalova, has published a cookbook that will make you a dinner hero or breakfast or lunch hero every day of the week. Julia shares her recipes on the blog, Imageliciousa cooking website that is constantly inspiring me with new flavors and preparations, so when she offered me a sneak peak of her newly published tomeI jumped at the chance to see it. Her book is filled with simple, inventive recipes, designed to let your oven do most of the work.
Subscribe to BBC Good Food magazine and get triple-tested recipes delivered to your door, every month. In a shallow dish, mix together the chilli sauce, soy, sesame oil, rice wine, garlic and ginger. Lay the pieces of salmon in the marinade, skin-side up, and set aside for 15 mins.
I really dislike all seafood. I remember ordering a chinese dish and getting shrimp instead of chicken. I took one bite and that chewy texture of the shrimp was so gross to me!
Soy Glazed Salmon is an easy oven baked salmon recipe you can make at home with a delicious soy salmon glaze. It takes just 10 minutes active time and 20 minutes in the oven and dinner is done. The glazed salmon uses an Asian soy-sauce mixture.
This Asian Glazed Salmon in Foil is probably the easiest way to make fish. The purpose behind it is that the flavors inside mingle and intensify as the food cooks in its own steam. When the packets are opened, which is usually done at the table, you have a perfectly cooked dish with awesome flavors and juices. Who knew one little salmon could bring so much to the table?