Easy Baked Salmon with Two Minute Noodles
Now this Easy Baked Salmon with Two Minute Noodles is one of those dinners you will be putting on rotation at your house.
Hey I know this because it’s so delicious and so darn easy. I wish I was eating it right now.
It takes about 20 minutes from start to finish.
It is really open to adjustments too. You can put any vegetables or noodles you want with it. Do you like Wasabi? Maybe you love Kewpie Japanese mayonnaise just like we do?. No matter what you put with it you’ll love Easy Baked Salmon with two minute noodles.
The one must though is the Japanese inspired marinade / dressing. Sesame oil and soy with a touch of sweetness is a recipe for the perfect dinner. Anything that starts with those simple ingredients has to be good and this is NO exception. The sweetness comes in the form of Maple Syrup. This natural tree syrup is at home with savoury ingredients and I go through stacks of it in everything, especially soy based dishes like this.
All you need is 4 slices of salmon, some vegetables and some quick cooking noodles and you are set. The first thing you’ll need to do is pop the oven on. Make the marinade with a spoon of this and that, then leave the fish to sit in that while you get out a pot for the two minute noodles. This really is the quickest gourmet meal you will have all week. If you made my How to BBQ Salmon recipe then you may have some Furikake left in the cupboard…this would be a great dish to use it on. Furikake is a Japanese seasoning mix that includes sesame seeds and seaweed. It’s great as a sprinkle on baked fish and on soups too.
- 4 pieces Salmon approx 150 gm each
- 200 gm sugar snap peas
- 1/2 red capsicum sliced
- 80 ml Soy Sauce (4 tablespoons)
- 40 ml Sesame oil 2 Tablespoons
- 40 ml maple syrup 2 Tablespoons
- 40 ml lemon Juice Tablespoons
- 2 packets 2 minute noodles- I use ones without Palm oil. You could also use soba noodles if you adjust the cooking time
- 500 ml chicken stock unsalted (2 cups )
- 1 Tablespoon ginger grated
- 1/2 bunch coriander Chopped
- 1 Tablespoon sesame seeds or Furitake
- 1 whole red chilli sliced
You can use pickled ginger in this recipe either to serve or slice and mix with the vegetables before cooking.
Add sliced green onion or chives if you like