Today I’m sharing a simple Salmon Stir Fry recipe, that I can get done in about twenty minutes and offers very little washing up.
I’m all for simple, healthy and easy dinners. Especially mid week, when we’ve both been for a run or I’ve been delayed on my way home. The Salmon Stir Fry is a staple, go too recipe for both of us.
With simple recipes you need less faff too. Using Marigold Gloves saves the faff when you’re marinating the salmon (my eczema means my hands are often sore and touching raw meat/fish hurts more). Marigold also offer a range of useful cleaning products that make the washing up process quicker too. From the good old rubber gloves, to their Cleaning Me Softly square sponges, that are non-scratch, perfect for cleaning the wok. They also make Super Absorbent Sponge Squares, useful for cleaning up spills. A great range of products to make cleaning up after dinner so much easier!
- 2 salmon fillets
- 4 tbsp Runny honey
- 2 tbsp Light soy sauce
- 1 heaped tsp Chinese five spice
- Bag of stir fry veg (you could use fresh or frozen)
- 2 nests rice noodles
- A further 1-2 tbsp Light soy sauce
- Preheat the oven to 200C fan. Prepare a tray with two squares of tinfoil ready to wrap the salmon in.
- Heat up the honey with 2 tbsp light soy sauce ad the Chinese five spice. A gentle heat for about 5 minutes is perfect.
- Put one filler of salmon in to each square of tinfoil. Fold the edges upwards so you create a boat. Pour the marinade over the fish and make sure it coats each fillet. Fold over the top, so the salmon steams and pop into the oven for 20 minutes.
- After 10 minutes start preparing your stir fry. Heat up some oil in a frying pan, and throw the veg in.
- Prepare the noodles as per the packet (usually about 3 mins in hot water). Drain then throw in with the veg. Towards the end add in the 1-2 tbsp light soy sauce. When done take off the heat. Get the salmon out of the oven when it's done.
- Pour the noodle/veg mix into bowls, then serve with salmon on top. Enjoy!
This Stir Fry Salmon recipe is just so wonderfully quick and easy. You can play around with your marinades too. We also use Thai spices and cook our noodles and stir fry in coconut milk and Thai paste. Sweet chilli sauce as a marinade is wonderful too, served with soy noodles and chopped chilli (don’t forget to use gloves!) For veggies you can use these marinades with firm tofu, they work just as well.
What’s you’re favourite simple mid week dinner? Do you like Stir Fry Salmon? Let me know in the comments,
P.S. Contains PR samples.