Simple soy glazed salmon
Okay, okay, this isn’t really a recipe. But I often hear people say that they don’t know how to cook fish, and this is basically the easiest thing in the world to do with salmon. So hopefully, if you’re one of those people who says that, you’ll give it a go.
So, here we go:
Take a couple of salmon fillets. Place on a large piece of tinfoil on a baking tray. Drizzle over some soy sauce (around a tablespoon) and a little bit of olive oil (around 1/2 a tablespoon). Turn the fillets over so that the sauce covers it on all sides. Put into the oven at 180′ for 20 minutes.
Ta-da! Soy glazed salmon, done!
It tastes delicious and although I’ve served it here with noodles and veg in an oyster sauce, it doesn’t necessarily have to be served with something Asian-inspired. The soy just gives a light, saltiness to the salmon, and I’ve also eaten it with pasta in a creamy sauce, or on a bed of cous cous and chickpeas. The salmon is moist and soft and yummy and super versatile.
What’s your favourite way to cook fish?