SHIOZAKE SALMON WITH HOT CHUTNEY SPAGHETTI - Thai Food Made Easy
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SHIOZAKE SALMON WITH HOT CHUTNEY SPAGHETTI

 

 

 

SHIOZAKE SALMON WITH HOT CHUTNEY SPAGHETTI

Shiozake Salmon with Hot Chutney Spaghetti

Serve: 1-2

Ingredients :

240 gram                              Salmon Fillet

130 gram                               Spaghetti

75 gram                                 Tenderstem broccoli

10 gram                                 Salt

3 tablespoon                        Olive oil

2 tablespoon                        Rosalind’s Hot Chilli and Carrot Chutney

1 tablespoon                         Mirin

2 clove                                   Garlic-chopped

3                                              Spring onion-Thinly sliced

1 pinch                                   Salt and pepper

 

 

 

 

Method

– Use the kitchen towel to absorb all the moist on the salmon. Then put the salmon into a small bowl/container.

-Drizzle the mirin and rub 10 gram of salt on those fillets. Cover and leave it for at least 1 hour (even better overnight).

-Pre-heat the oven at 190 Celsius.

-Put the oil into a non-stick frying pan. Fry the salmon approx 2-3 minutes on each side. Transfer the fillets onto the baking tray and bake for approx 10 minutes. No need to wash this pan yet.

-Prepare the spaghetti according to the instruction on the package.

-Boil the tender stem broccoli as how you like it.

-Gently fry the chopped garlic in the pan which you used early on. In goes the spaghetti, Rosalind’s hot chilli and carrot chutney, broccoli. Sprinkle a pinch of salt and pepper to taste. Mix well.

-Assemble all the elements (Salmon and Spaghetti)on the plate. Scatter some sliced spring onion on the top and enjoy Shiozake Salmon with Hot Chutney Spaghetti.

Tip:

– Shio in Japanese means salt and Sake or Zake means Salmon. It is a breakfast dish but I think it goes so well with the hot chilli chutney. The saltiness cut through the sweet, tangy and salty of the chutney spaghetti.

-You suppose to marinate the salmon overnight, but for me, one hour is what I have got time for.

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