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Salmon udon noodle stir fry

For a little extra flavour and texture boost, add some pickled cabbage when stir frying the vegetables.

30 mins
Serves 2

1 pack Raw salmon portions
1 pack 330g Straight to Wok noodles (I used udon)
100g Pak choi (stem removed and cut into strips)
100g Tender stem broccoli (cut into halves)
½ (60g) Red onion – peeled and sliced
2cm piece (10g) Ginger – peeled and cut into fine strips or grated
1 small bunch Coriander sprigs
1-2tbsp Sunflower oil
Half a Red chilli – sliced (optional)


3tbsp (25g) Soy sauce
1tbsp (15g) Honey
1 (30g) Lime (juice of 1 lime)
1tsp Gochujang / chilli paste (or 1 tsp diced red chillies)
2tbsp Sesame oil

Pickled cabbage (Optional)

1 tsp Honey
Pinch of Salt
1tbsp Vinegar (rice wine vinegar or cider vinegar)
100g Red cabbage – core removed and thinly sliced


Pre-heat oven (180°c fan / 200°c / gas 6)

To make the dressing mix all the ingredients together and sit to one side

Remover the salmon portions from the pack and mix a tablespoon of dressing around the salmon. If possible marinade the salmon in the fridge for ½ hour before placing the salmon onto a non stick baking tray.

Cook the salmon for 22 minutes or until cooked

While the salmon is cooking heat a wok or frying pan and add the sunflower oil. Add the broccoli, red onions, pak choi, ginger and chilli (if using) and cook on a medium heat for 3-4 minutes.

Add the noodles and cook for a further 3-4 minutes.

Add the remaining dressing to the pan and cook for 1 minute.

Divide the noodle onto 2 plates. Serve with the salmon and garnish with coriander.


Method for Optional Pickled Cabbage:

Mix all ingredients together and leave for 1 hour or overnight in the fridge

Drain the cabbage well (discard the liquid) before adding to the stir fry

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