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Grilled Honey Soy Salmon with Citrus Soba Noodles

Photography by Phil Webb

Grilled Honey Soy Salmon with Citrus Soba Noodles

Grilled Honey Soy Salmon with Citrus Soba Noodles

Grilled Honey Soy Salmon with Citrus Soba Noodles. Soba noodles are best served cold and are the perfect foil for crisp hot salmon and a zesty citrus dressing. You can use any green vegetable with this, such as green beans or tenderstem broccoli.

Serves 4 

 

500 g (1 lb 2 oz) salmon fillet

2 tbsp Japanese light soy sauce

2 tbsp honey

2 seedless or mandarin oranges

250 g (9 oz) dried soba noodles

200 g (7 oz) asparagus, trimmed

1 finger-sized red chilli, thinly sliced

1 tbsp togarashi spice mix

2 handfuls mizuna or wild rocket (arugula)

 

Citrus Dressing

zest and juice 1 seedless or mandarin orange

1 tbsp Japanese light soy sauce

1 tbsp honey

2 tbsp lime juice

75 ml (21/2 fl oz) yuzu juice

2 tsp grated ginger

1 small Thai shallot, finely chopped

 

Slice the salmon into four pieces. Mix the soy sauce with the honey in a shallow glass dish, then place the salmon, flesh side down, in the marinade.

Mix together all the citrus dressing ingredients.

Slice the peel from the oranges using a knife and then cut into discs. Set aside.

Bring a very large pan of water to a boil. Add a cup of cold water and then the noodles (the cold water helps slow down the cooking time to prevent the noodles from becoming soggy). Cook for about 7 minutes or until al dente. Add the asparagus in the last 30 seconds of cooking. Drain, rinse in cold water and leave to sit in the sieve until the salmon is done.

Heat your oven grill. Place the salmon on a foil-covered baking tray. Grill for 6–8 minutes until crisp at the edges. If your salmon has skin, then remove it after cooking.

Rinse the noodles again, to detangle. Arrange the noodles and asparagus on four plates. Top with the fish and orange slices and pour on the dressing.

Sprinkle with the chilli and spice mix and serve with some salad leaves strewn over the top.

 

Note

If you don’t have the togarashi spice mix, substitute with black or white sesame seeds.

 

Images and recipes from My Asian Kitchen by Jennifer Joyce, Murdoch Books, RRP $39.99 Photography by Phil Webb, Illustrations by Riley Joyce’

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