The fresh and fragrant Spiced Orange Salmon Parcels are a beautiful dish and incredibly easy to make. The perfect light spring meal.
With summer so close it’s time for me to start making lighter meals which can be served with lots of salad and new potatoes. This is a really simple and easy to make dish that works as a casual midweek meal or as proper posh friends round dinner. It also works fabulously as a light starter if you half the portion.
The fresh oranges with the spices and herbs works so well with the salmon.
By folding up the salmon steaks in the greaseproof paper it makes a little hot pocket which keeps all the juices and herbs around the salmon and it works to help absorb the taste and the smell from the orange and spices. Plus it’s really easy to make and there isn’t too much washing up either so that’s always a good thing!
Spiced Orange Salmon Parcels Recipe
This is a wonderful quick and healthy lunch or dinner which brings together fresh orange and salmon. Cooking them in their little parcels keeps the fish and flavour together. The mix of salmon, orange, spices and fresh dill to is so good. The flavours complement each other and once you’ve had it once you will have it time and time again.
I really hope you like this recipe! Enjoy x
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Spiced Orange Salmon Parcels
- Baking Tray
- chopping board
- greaseproof paper
- 4 (4 ) salmon steaks
- 4 teaspoon (4 teaspoon) caraway seeds
- 2 (2 ) oranges
- 4 teaspoons (4 teaspoons) runny honey
- 4 teaspoons (4 teaspoons) light soya sauce
- 4 tablespoon (4 tablespoon) chopped dill
- 4 (4 ) spring onions
- 1 (1 ) chilli added to taste
- Preheat the oven to 180ºC/160ºC Fan
- Place each salmon steak in a large square of greaseproof paper.
- Sprinkle each with 1 teaspoon of caraway seeds, 1 teaspoon of honey, 1 teaspoon of light soya sauce and 1 tablespoon of dill.
- Chop the spring onions, add divide them among the salmon and sprinkle with chilli to taste.
- Cut slices of zest from the orange and add them to the salad.
- Take half of an orange and squeeze the juice over the salmon.
- Fold the greaseproof paper around the salmon to make a parcel.
- Place on a baking tray and bake for 20 minutes.
- Tastes great served with new potatoes and salad.
Please note that the nutrition information provided above is approximate and meant as a guideline only.
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