Add chicken, baby pak choi and any other other good veggies you fancy.
A great way to eat more veg!
So, thanks you two for these great recipes, both of which I will make again and I really enjoy reading both blogs!
I made a marinade using a little oil, dark soy sauce, grated fresh ginger, honey and a good dollop of sweet chili sauce. I added a little finely sliced red chili pepper and red onion. I poured the marinade over the two salmon fillets and left them covered in the fridge for a couple of hours.
Then I took two pieces of kitchen foil and put one piece of salmon in the middle of each and poured over most of the marinade including the sliced red onions. Then I scrunched the foil loosely, bringing up the sides to make a parcel and making sure the juices didn't pour out.
I baked the salmon in the oven at 200c for about 20 minutes - leaving the top open for the last 3 minutes.
I did a stir fry of sliced red pepper, baby corn and mange tout with some noodles and added a little dark soy sauce.
I sprinkled the top of the salmon with some sliced spring onion and toasted sesame seeds.