Easy 20 Minute Dinner: Miso Maple Salmon

by Health

A couple of years ago someone bought me Jamie Oliver’s book “15-Minute Meals” and in all honestly, most of them took me a solid 30 – 45 minutes to make.
I know that sounds like me being impatient, but when I get home at the end of a long day, I’m hungry and want dinner on the table ASAP!
In true Jamie Oliver style I “banged this one together” with a few ingredients I had on hand, whacked it in the oven and voila – 20 minutes later I had a cracking dinner on the table (I hope you read that in his British accent too).
Seriously though this dish is easy peasy, only costs a coupla quid, and is destined to be a family favourite. Ok, ok I’ll stop stealing his words now.

Miso Maple Salmon
Ingredients (Serves 2)
2 x 180g Salmon Fillets1 tbsp fresh grated ginger1 tbsp white miso paste½ tbsp maple syrup1 tbsp lemon juice2 tsp soy sauce (GF if required)2 tsp sesame oil2 tsp water2 tsp sesame seeds1 head of broccoli½ cup tri-colour quinoaSoy sauce and lemon wedges to serve
Method
Preheat oven to 200° C and line an oven tray with baking paper. Place salmon fillets on tray.Mix together the grated ginger, miso, maple syrup, lemon juice, soy sauce, sesame oil and water in a small bowl.Drizzle miso maple sauce over salmon then sprinkle with sesame seeds.Cook in preheated oven for 20 minutes.While salmon is baking, cook the quinoa for 12 minutes in a pot of boiling water and steam the broccoli for 4 – 5 minutes until tender but still crisp.Plate everything up and serve with extra soy sauce and lemon wedges.
Sarah King is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Health Coach and Eating Disorder Recovery Counsellor whose passion lies in helping women ditch diet culture and make peace with food, exercise and their body.

She offers ,

 

and Intuitive Eating Counselling focusing on a compassionate evidence-based approach to food, fitness, and body image.
Sarah King

Sarah King

Hi future friends, I’m Sarah King, a Health At Every Size (HAES) Exercise Physiologist and health coach.

Science, not trends is the foundation of my approach. By nourishing the body and mind with scientific facts we can build foundations for a life of realness, not just wellness.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This