Healthy recipe: Salmon with a herb sauce
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Salmon with herb sauce
7 ingredients, 20 mins, 2 servings.
30g Parsley (fine chopped)
22mm Lemon Juice
2g Sea Salt
59mm Extra Virgin Olive Oil (divided)
283g Salmon Fillet
267g Purple Cabbage (sliced into thin wedges)
- In a small bowl, mash the anchovy. with. a fork and add the parsley, lemon, salt, and 3/4 of the oil. Stir to combine and set aside.
- Add the remaining oil to a skillet and place the salmon skin side down on a cold skillet. Turn the heat up to medium, allowing it to cook slowly for about 4mins. Continue cooking over medium heat for about 8-12mins, depending on the thickness of the salmon.
- Turn the salmon over and cook for one minute more. Remove and set side, in the same skillet, add the cabbage and cook for about 2-3mins, until lightly browned.
- Divide the cabbage onto plates, and top with the salmon. Drizzle the herb sauce over the top. Enjoy!
For more flavour add mince garlic to the herb sauce.
You can always leave the anchovy out and add more sea salt if needed.
Leftovers? Make sure to store store the salmon and sauce separately in sealed containers. You can then refrigerate the fish for up to 2 days and the sauce up to 5 days.
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