Make your salmon fillets even better

Teriyaki salmon noodles HERO

Salmon may be regarded as a fancy ingredient to cook with but our top picks we’ll show you just how easy it is to transform these oily, rich flavoured fillets into firm family favourites.

Lemon and Chilli crusted salmon HERO

If you’re looking for something zingy, than this lemon and chilli-crusted recipe will do the trick. Serve it with your favourite greens – delicious as a midweek meal or dinner party. 

thai fishcakes HERO

Give your salmon fishcakes a Thai-twist by combining red curry paste, fish sauce, lime and coriander together. This is a great recipe to make in batches and is perfect for entertaining the whole family.

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Try cooking your salmon fillets in nonstick baking paper filled with rice, green beans, pecans, courgette and lemon slices, topped with a pesto sauce. Try experimenting with different herbs and flavours – it’ll give your family an element of surprise as they unwrap the parcel. 

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It is easy to spice up your fish recipe at home. The key is unleashing those aromatic Indian flavours of paprika, garam masala, ginger and chilli, so use a food processor to combine the flavours. To make it more delicious, try marinating the salmon in yogurt overnight to make it even tastier.

Teriyaki salmon noodles HERO

Here’s a beautiful dish that makes Friday Fakeaway even tastier! Marinating the salmon fillets a day before (if you can) to really allow the flavours to develop. When you're ready to use them, just pop it in the oven for 10 minutes. It’s that simple! 

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