Curry salmon on wombok

Curry salmon on wombok

It’s Monday night which means salmon.

 I’ve been following a fairly predictable pattern lately on Monday nights. It’s becoming all too easy to just cook a fillet of salmon, add some coconut cream and then put it on a bed of wombok. I really need to start looking at different ways to present my Monday salmon meal. 

Curry salmon on wombok
 
Recipe Type: A simple Yummy Lummy staple
Cuisine: Fusion Asian Australian Lazy
Author: Gary Lum
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Serves: 1
Every Monday night I cook salmon
Ingredients
  • Salmon
  • Capsicum
  • Chilli
  • Coconut cream
  • Curry powder
  • Parsley
  • Pepper
  • Radish
  • Salmon
  • Spring onion
  • Tomato
  • Wombok
Instructions
  1. Heat a fry pan to smoking hot with some cooking oil
  2. Put the salmon in and cover with a lid
  3. Set the timer for 5 minutes
  4. Quickly prepare the vegetables
  5. Blanch the wombok
  6. After 5 minutes add some coconut cream, the tomato and the other vegetables (sans wombok) and curry powder
  7. Cook for a few minutes
  8. Put the wombok in the bottom of a bowl
  9. Lay on the wombok the salmon fillet
  10. Add the rest of the stuff from the frying pan
  11. Capture an image
  12. Wash the dishes
  13. Write an image post on WordPress 🙂
 
Notes
Easy enough for anyone to make and a foolproof salmon cooking method.

 

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2 Responses

  1. Wow, salmon every Monday night! Good for you.

    Confession: I’m afraid of fish, afraid of eating fish. But I know it’s good for me and would like to start more. Don’t like the…hmmmm…. you know, fishy taste! But this curry salmon looks delicious that I’ll have to give it a whirl.

    I live close to Lake Ontario and spend a good amount of time fishing at the cottage there and I’d like to be able to cook my own. Very cool.

  2. Hi Laura
    I’d start with salmon. It’s a big piece of muscle and not connected with anything that may create bad smells. Fresh fish should smell like the sea. If it smells bad it may well be off. The technique I use for a fillet of salmon works every time.
    All the best and thank you for reading my post and taking the time to comment.
    Regards
    Gaz

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