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Sunday, 6 November 2016

Ashley's delicious Salmon dish

November's guest post today and it is from the lovely Ashley over at www.happilyeverwaldman.com! Now she has kindly done a delicious looking salmon dish for us all and it looks absolutely tasty and so easy to do!
 
 
Hope you all enjoy this recipe as I did when she sent me it over, yummmmmy!
 
Here is 'Guest Post| Ashley's Salmon dish (November)'...

I decided to make a salmon dish for my guest post as an ode to my new blogging friend, Caroline, who posted in her previous Bake and Make article that she’s a lover of salmon. Lucky for us, so am I!

I know this was a good one because I use my fiancĂ© as a test subject. If he goes back for seconds, it’s a winner. Well, this time he went back for thirds! Not only is it a scrumptious dinner, but also a healthy, quick and easy one!

Ingredients for 2 (and a lunch if your eating partner doesn’t eat like mine):
 
-          5 salmon fillets (4-6 oz.)
-          2 medium sized zucchini
-          Sesame seeds
-          Olive oil
-          Teriyaki sauce (low sodium to keep it healthy if you can find it)
 
Remove the salmon and place it in a bowl or Ziploc bag with 1 cup of teriyaki sauce.
Place it in the fridge for 15-20 mins to marinate.
While it’s marinating, cut your zucchini into thin slices and lightly salt.
Next, toast about 2 teaspoons of sesame seeds in a skillet over low heat, moving them around while they’re toasting then remove them and put them to the side.
Poor a splash of olive oil onto a skillet and preheat with medium heat. Place your sliced zucchini in the skillet.
While your zucchini begins cooking, take out your salmon and place it on another skillet splashed with olive oil over medium heat.
Pour the remaining teriyaki sauce over the cooking salmon. Continue flipping and rearranging your zucchini for about 5 minutes.
Cook the salmon for about 3 minutes per side or until it’s slightly browned.
Once the zucchini is done, sprinkle slightly more than half of the sesame seeds and drizzle some fresh teriyaki sauce over the zucchini.
Sprinkle the remaining sesame seeds over the salmon.
That’s it! You now have a healthy, delicious dish.
 


 
I hope you enjoyed this recipe! I’m Ashley and you can find my blog at www.happilyeverwaldman.com. I’ll have recipes there soon but for now, it’s full of adventures and blogging advice. Thanks for reading!
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Well there you have it, how amazingly delicious does that salmon look though!
Thank you to Ashley for guest posting this month as well!
Until next time
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All photographs are Ashley's!

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