Salmon is one of the most nutritious fish you can eat, yet it is hard to find new ways to prepare it. Multo® brings you a recipe that will flavor your salmon with a sweet and crunchy topping, adding some excitement to this healthy choice of protein. Steam the salmon and chop the nuts for the topping in just one device and have this delicious recipe finished and ready to eat in no time.
Preparing the crust is the first step of this recipe. Use Multo to chop the nuts and mix in the honey and other topping ingredients until evenly combined.
Walnuts are a plant-based source of Omega-3 fatty acids. They are rich in antioxidants and help to promote a healthy lifestyle. Their crunch and nutty flavor pair nicely with salmon and add a great texture to this dish.
Honey is the other main ingredient in the honey nut crunch crust. In moderation, honey has plenty of health benefits. Honey has antibacterial properties, phytonutrients, and antioxidants, all aspects that will help you stay feeling healthy. It is a natural sweetener as well, making them a much healthier choice in cooking than artificial sweeteners.
Steam the salmon for the indicated amount of time in the recipe and it should turn pink as it cooks.
Salmon has high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids which, like the walnuts, promote heart health and low blood pressure. Season salmon with salt, pepper, lemon juice, and other fresh herbs and cook for about 20 minutes.
Some salmon may have the skin still attached, and although it is safe to eat, most people prefer to take it off as a precaution for bacteria that may be present from its handling. Cooked salmon can last in the fridge for up to 4 days, so you can make this recipe and have leftovers all week long.
Raw salmon is a popular item in Japanese food, especially in sushi, sashimi, and poké bowls. Many people choose to eat raw salmon, but it is best to exercise caution when it comes to eating raw fish, especially for any fish which wasn’t explicitly sold as fish meant to be eaten raw. Uncooked fish carry bacteria and cooking it kills off the harmful germs. To gauge whether raw salmon is “fresh”, check to see whether it’s a deep pink color (spoiled salmon will be grayish in color), and has no smell (spoiled salmon will smell). Look for these clues to see if the salmon you are eating at least appears safe to eat in its raw form.
If you are using frozen salmon for this recipe, it is important to thaw it correctly to keep it fresh. There are three ways you can thaw salmon: overnight in the fridge, in a pan of cold water, or using the defrost feature in the microwave. The safest way to thaw salmon is in the fridge, which usually takes 6-8 hours.
This recipe is a delicious pairing of nuts, honey, and salmon, but there are many other ways you can cook and serve salmon. Some popular ways include topping your salmon with sauces such as this avocado spread.
Thanks to Multo, a tasty salmon dish is just minutes away. In just a few simple steps, a nutritious dish is made that can be served with a side vegetable or salad for a complete meal that is light in calories but will leave you feeling satisfied. Salmon is full of healthy fats for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, making you feel good while enjoying this sweet and crunchy salmon. Be sure to also check out Multo’s other recipe ideas for inspiration and step-by-step directions for delicious meals!
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Salmon is rich in omega 3, a perfect way to start a healthy paleo diet.
4 EA salmon fillets
3.5 OZ / 100 G walnut
2 OZ / 50 G parsley
2 TBSP honey
1 TSP salt
1 TSP pepper
17.5 OZ / 500 G broccolini
2 TBSP olive oil
17.5 OZ / 500 G new potatoes
17.5 OZ / 500 ML water
Add your walnuts into the mixing bowl along with your parsley. Chop up the mix for 10 seconds / speed 8. Remove from the mixing bowl into a small bowl with the honey, and wash the mixing bowl out well.
Wash and scrub the new potatoes then add them to the simmering basket. Trim the ends off the broccolini.
Spread the broccolini on the deep steaming tray and place the salmon on shallow steaming tray. Drizzle the oil over the salmon then season well. Carefully spoon over the crust onto the salmon. Add your water to the mixing bowl and insert the simmering basket then the steaming sets get attached on the top. Cook your dish for 20 minutes.
Once cooked, remove the steaming sets and portion the salmon, potatoes and broccolini evenly among 4 plates.
Enjoy your dish!
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