Posts Tagged ‘soy’

Baked Salmon with Orange Soy Ginger Marinade

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011
Baked Salmon with Orange Soy Ginger Marinade

Baked Salmon with Orange Soy Ginger Marinade

Baked Salmon with Orange Soy Ginger Marinade

Adapted from The Healthiest Meals on Earth by Jonny Bowden

I modeled this recipe after a broiled tamari salmon dish in The Healthiest Meals on Earth book.  This recipe is nice because it takes little time to prepare and doesn’t take much attention to cook either.  Serve it with a whole grain and green vegetable and you have an awesome healthy meal.
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Roasted Salmon with Soy-Mirin Glaze

Sunday, November 21st, 2010
Roasted Salmon with Soy-Mirin Glaze

Roasted Salmon with Soy-Mirin Glaze

Fish is simple and quick to fix, so it’s perfect for any night of the week.  It’s also healthy and pairs well with just about any vegetable.  Serve this fish with a side of quinoa (which cooks in under 20 minutes), and some roasted vegetables.  You can have a tasty, healthy meal in half an hour.
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Soy Mirin Pork Chops

Sunday, October 10th, 2010
Soy Mirin Pork Chop

Soy Mirin Pork Chop

Adapted from How to Cook Everything by Mark Bittman

I was looking through Mark Bittman’s How to Cook Everything iPhone application one weekend for a twist on searing an everyday pork chop.  I came across this variation using common Asian seasonings and flavors.  I love searing and simmering meat in a skillet on the stovetop, especially as the weather gets cooler, for a few reasons: it’s relatively quick cooking, pan juices and simmering liquid are a built in sauce, the simmering in liquid helps keep the pork chops juicy and tender.  The only drawback is the process requires attention, so you can’t just walk away for 30 minutes while it cooks.  You can make a side dish or two in between the pork chop cooking steps however, so you do get a complete meal in 30 minutes, which really isn’t a big time commitment.
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