Special Diet - Created Date : 5.10.2019

Honey Soya Glazed Salmon with Spicy Kale Salad

Honey Soya Glazed Salmon with Spicy Kale Salad

Honey Soya Glazed Salmon with Spicy Kale Salad

Salad with salmon, olive oil, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes with honey, soy sauce and lemon juice. Dinner time has never been so good!

You guys…

This was everything to eat!

You know how much I love seafood. This is a problem! When I go to eat, I usually order seafood!

I went to an Italian restaurant recently and what did I order? Spinach pasta with shrimp! My favorite neighborhood bar (Flanigans!) When I go, what do I order? Blackened dolphin Well, sometimes ribs and wings but NOT POINT.

This honey glazed salmon was delicious. Amen and the End.

The fantastic Ree aka Pioneer Woman contained a super simple recipe for honey soy salmon that I've kept to a day like today. I always do salmon in the oven. Today, it took only 10 minutes on the stove to make the honey stove glazed salmon!

Spicy Kale Salad


Sprinkle salmon juice with salt and pepper. In a pan, heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil and 1 tablespoon of butter over medium heat.

Bake the surface of the salmon for 5 minutes, take care not to burn the surface. Carefully turn to the other side and cook for 2 minutes. Remove it from the pan and set it aside. Repeat with 3 other salmon fillets.

Add the butter, honey, soy sauce and lemon juice in the same pan. Mix and cook over medium heat for about 5 minutes until the glaze thickens. Taste the delicacies if you like and set. If you want the glaze too thick, cook for a further two minutes.

Put the salmon back into the pan and place the sauce with the spoon from start to finish.

Making spicy cabbage salad, cabbage leaves, olive oil, red pepper flakes, salt and pepper are put together in a bowl. Serve salmon with salad on a plate, salmon. Enjoy!

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Reader Interactions


I saw it today and made lunch! I have tons of Swiss chard in my garden, and I do it instead. Also added tomato and some garlic powder to the salad. I loved! I haven't done the salmon yet because I couldn't wait to get the salad. I will definitely make salmon soon! THANKS> 10 I love your clean recipe very much!

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