Recipe | Salmon with chilli, soy and ginger

It’s been a busy week so I do apologise for lack of postage recently. Cooking has been minimal (sad face) but I did knock this up and it’s a beaut. Aside from the hour or so of marinating, this recipe will take all of 10 minutes to put together. Perfect for midweek munching.

Serves 2
2 salmon fillets
1 thumb of ginger, grated
1 red chilli, roughly chopped
A handful of coriander, chopped
2 tbsp soy sauce
A few drops of sesame oil
Juice of half a lime

– Sling together the ginger, chilli, coriander, soy, sesame oil and lime juice and slip the salmon in like an otter from a riverbank. Marinate for an hour.

– Brush off the marinade before frying the salmon in a hot pan for a couple of minutes on each side. We ate ours with noodles and pak choi and it was banging. Oh, and the marinade of course.

Coming up…

The brains behind Recipe Rifle lets us in on her secret Bazooka Picnic Bombs recipe. Watch this space.


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5 responses to “Recipe | Salmon with chilli, soy and ginger

  1. foodelf

    James … Looks delicious and, of course, simple is better. I kept thinking there were capers in the picture – although, perhaps not a great idea with that lovely soy sauce base.

    Thanks for this!


  2. Mmm, this ticks all the right boxes James. Love salmon slathered in ginger, soy, chilli, lime, coriander…great recipe 🙂

  3. I do a similar midweek supper dish baked in foil will, prep it in the morning and it’s ready for the evening.

  4. ‘like an otter from a riverbank’ – lovely image!

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