Ginger soy salmon. We garnished our Soy Ginger Salmon with spring onions and sesame seeds, but if you are particularly pressed for time or ingredients, it tastes lovely without them too. For a complete meal, try this Soy Ginger Salmon with rice (this brown rice is my go-to) and simply steamed or sautéed veggies. Salmon is marinated in soy, brown sugar, juice, spices, and fresh ginger; then broiled to perfection!
Add soy sauce, rice wine, rice vinegar, ginger, and wasabi paste to the garlic-sesame oil mixture; whisk to combine. Add salmon fillets and turn to evenly coat. Combine ginger, garlic, lemongrass, cilantro, brown sugar, soy sauce, sake, vinegar, chili sauce and sesame oil. You can have Ginger soy salmon using 5 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Ginger soy salmon
- You need 2 of salmon fillets.
- Prepare 2 tsp of avocado oil.
- It’s 2 tbsp of soy sauce.
- It’s 1 1/2 tbsp of grated ginger (the pre done jars are great).
- You need 2 tsp of maple syrup (optional).
Add oil to a nonstick saute pan over medium-high heat. Add marinated fish and cook until crisp and golden on each side and cooked through. Remove from heat and add the remaining ginger and the lime juice. Rub the bottom of a baking dish with the olive oil and place the salmon in it, skin side down.
Ginger soy salmon step by step
- Get a medium sized pan with a lid and spray down with your oil of choice.
- Lay the salmon fillets in the pan and put one tsp of avocado oil on each of the fillets. Rub very gently to spread it over the whole fillet as best as you can..
- Mix the soy sauce, ginger and maple syrup together until ginger looks broken up and take a small spoonful at a time and coat the salmon..
- Try to use up the ginger bits on the salmon so any reserved liquid can be used for the steam liquid. The less water you can add to this, the better..
- Steam for approximately 10 mins. The time will depend on how thick your fillets are but watch for the salmon to shrink to gauge cook time. Take a peek if needed..
Honey – Use whatever brand you love.; Fresh grated ginger – If fresh ginger scares you, grab a squeeze tube of grated ginger from the produce section of the market.; Garlic salt – I am partial to Lawry's garlic salt, but you can use whatever is on hand. Make sure you're using garlic salt and not garlic powder. In a medium bowl, whisk together olive oil, soy sauce, rice vinegar, sesame oil, brown sugar, garlic, ginger, sesame seeds and green onions. Put the salmon fillets spaced apart in the middle of a large square of baking paper and put on a roasting tray. Divide the stem ginger between the tops of each fillet and fold up the sides of the parchment ready to seal.