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- 1 large salmon fillet (around 110g, which equals 20-23g of protein)
- 100g pak choi
- 100g wholegrain rice (if you're adding carbs)
FOR THE SAUCE:
- 2 tbsp reduced-salt soy sauce
- 2 tsp runny honey
- 1 inch fresh ginger, grated
- 1 garlic glove, crushed
- ½ tsp chilli flakes
- Garnish with a squeeze of lime juice, some chopped fresh chilli and some chopped coriander, if you wish
- Make the sauce by adding all the ingredients together in a bowl and stirring until mixed. Let the flavours infuse whilst you prepare the rest of the dish.
- Cut off the bottom of the pak choi bulb and wash the grit off each segment. Then place into a steamer or in a colander over a pan of boiling water. If you use a colander, make sure you cover it with a lid. Steam for approx. ten minutes.
- Whilst the pak choi steams, season the salmon with salt and pepper and then place it in a frying pan pan (add a drop of oil to stop it sticking). Cook the salmon for approximately 3 minutes on each side, adding the sauce on top 1 minute before cooked.
- Once cooked, remove salmon from the pan and let it rest.
- Microwave the rice and then plate it up with the pak choi. Then dress it with the sauce from the pan, and then top it with the salmon and garnish.