When it comes to eating a premium, healthy and nutrition-packed protein, salmon immediately springs to the mind.
There is no exception to me as we eat salmon at least a few times a month, if not more. Little G loves salmon, so that makes it a staple on our dining table.
It’s so easy to make salmon and roasting/baking is one of the easiest wasy. All you need is a simple marinade of a few ingredients and the oven would do the rest.
When it comes to the marinade, less is more with salmon, such as this beautiful and gorgeously prepared Sesame Salmon.
As the name suggests, this Sesame Salmon recipe is pretty much crusted with toasted sesame seeds. The marinade also calls for the aromatic sesame oil, which lends its nutty nuance to the fish.
A little bit of soy sauce, Thai sweet chili sauce, honey and apple cider vinegar balance the flavors of the marinade. The end result is moist, juicy, clean tasting, and absolutely mouthwatering salmon that goes well with just about anything.
This is a perfect dish for spring, with your favorite roasted spring vegetables. It’s healthy and delicious!
How Many Calories Per Serving?
This recipe is only 415 calories per serving.
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Sesame Salmon Recipe
Sesame Salmon - juicy salmon marinated with soy sauce, Thai sweet chili sauce, honey, vinegar and coated with sesame. Healthy dinner for the family.
Preheat the oven to 400F.
Mix the soy sauce, Thai sweet chili sauce, apple cider vinegar, honey and sesame oil together. Marinate the salmon with the mixture for 10-15 minutes, or until the oven is heated.
Transfer the salmon to a baking pan lined with parchment paper. Coat the top of the salmon with the sesame. Bake for 12-15 minutes. Serve immediately.