HONEY MUSTARD SALMON




This is a fairly new recipe I came across a month ago when I was searching for salmon recipes. My husband is a huge fan of salmon. I have a few recipes up my sleeve............which I can post if anyone is interested!

So................... Ali's recipe popped up on my feed and the pictures made me drool all over my screen! 
We've made this recipe many times this past month...............and will do so till we get bored! Isnt that how it works?
Moreover, a recipe cant get easier than this! Just mix the marinade, pour it over the fish.............and then stick it into the oven! how cool is that? Don't even need to marinate the salmon for hours together! Don't we just LOOOOVE  such recipes!?!!I  just serve it with a salad and I'm done!






Our Indian cooking on the other hand is such a longgggg process of cutting( and I meant loadsa stuff), sauteing, boiling, tempering......and a whole lotta mess in the end...........not to mention a whole lotta dishes to be washed too! ..................but what the heck???A whole lotta yummiess too! did I just complain ??? oops........................and totally off point.................sorry!
Might be seeing fewer recipes on the blog this June, as my entire family is visiting me. InshAllah! We are all so excited. Mum is coming tomorrow..........and the entire family will follow suit...................:)




INGREDIENTS:
Salmon, skinless - 2 fillets
Coriander leaves, chopped - 1 tbsps(optional)

for the marinade:

Whole grain mustard - 1/3 cup
Honey - 1.5 tbsps
Lemon juice - 2 tbsps
Garlic, minced - 4 cloves
Chili powder/paprika - 1/2 tsp 
Salt - 1/4 tsp

PROCESS:
  • In a bowl, just mix all the ingredients stated under 'marinade'. Keep aside.
  • Preheat the oven to about 190 degrees. 
  • Cut a piece of silver foil big enough to wrap both pieces of salmon.
  • Take a roasting pan and place the silver foil on it. Place the salmon pieces on it side by side.
  • Now smear your marinade all over the salmon (top and sides)
  • Now close the salmon by bringing the foil from the edges and sealing it on top
  • Press close the sides too.
  • Place them in the oven for about 10- 15 mins
  • Then bring the pan out and carefully open the foil. 
  • Turn up the temperature of the oven and set it to the 'broil mode'.
  • Scrunch up the sides of the foil, so as to make a pocket on all sides (to stop the marinade and juices from flowing away! (as shown in the pic)

  • Place the pan on the top most rack for 4  minutes so the top gets slightly done.
  • All done!

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