Japanese inspired salmon and soba frittata. You guys love this Japanese-inspired salmon recipe – one of my most popular recipes ever – so I just had to turn it into an easy one pan meal. Full of healthy fats, nutrients from the greens and low-GI sweet potato – it's the most complete nutritional – and tasty meal – you'll make all week! Soba Noodle Salad with Salmon and AsparagusBon Appétit.
It doesn't get anymore "Japanese" than that! Salmon (鮭) is a saltwater fish that spawns in fresh water. A delicious bowl made of Japanese-style soba noodles, broccoli and edamame, topped with an easy maple maple glazed salmon fillet. You can cook Japanese inspired salmon and soba frittata using 10 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Japanese inspired salmon and soba frittata
- It’s 2 of salmon fillets.
- It’s 2 of red onions.
- It’s 1 of red chilli.
- Prepare 250 g of tenderstem broccoli.
- Prepare 7 of eggs.
- You need 50 ml of dashi.
- It’s 2 tbsp of mirin.
- It’s 3 bunches of soba noodles.
- Prepare 0.5 cup of seaweed.
- Prepare Handful of katsubushi flakes.
If you tried this Maple Glazed Salmon with Soba Noodles, don't forget to rate the recipe below and let me know how it went in the comments – I love hearing from you! This Japanese salmon soba noodle dish is versatile, suitable for lunch or dinner, throughout the year. My husband is very fond of the crispy salmon skin, and I love the rich flavours of the sauce cutting through the fish meat. The soba noodles can be served hot or cold.
Japanese inspired salmon and soba frittata step by step
- Preheat the oven to 200c.
- Chop the chilli, broccoli and onion.
- Boil the noodles as per packet instructions. Drain when ready..
- Fry the vegetables in a pan on a high heat in sesame oil.
- Slice the salmon into small chunks and sear in the pan skin side down. Flip after 2 mins and sear for another 2 mins.
- Meanwhile mix dashi, mirin and eggs. Season..
- Drain the noodles and freshen under cold water. Add to the pan with seaweed. Stir.
- Add the beaten egg and dashi / mirin mixture. Mix in..
- Leave on the stove for 2 mins then place in the oven for 5mins at 200c.
- Serve in the pan topped with katsuobushi ✌🏼🎌.
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