Salmon and rice

Tonight I cooked salmon and rice (and it’s not Monday 😀 )

A friendly tweep, we’ll call her Jane, asked her twitter followers what’s for dinner. I posted her a photograph of my dinner and well, here you go, read the exchange we had here. Click on the time link in the top right corner and you should see the entire thread

 

 

Salmon on brown rice with lup cheong, peas, carrots, corn, coconut cream and chili NIKON D7100 with 40.0 mm f/2.8 at 40mm and f/8, 1/160sec, ISO 400
Salmon on brown rice with lup cheong, peas, carrots, corn, coconut cream and chili NIKON D7100 with 40.0 mm f/2.8 at 40mm and f/8, 1/160sec, ISO 400
Salmon and rice
 
Recipe Type: Dinner
Cuisine: Australian
Author: Gary Lum
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Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • Salmon fillet portions
  • Lup cheong
  • Peas
  • Carrots diced
  • Corn
  • Chili sliced
  • Brown rice
  • Coconut cream
  • Pepper
Instructions
  1. Get everything out on a bench and get ready to cook
  2. Heat up a frying pan and when it’s hot add some vegetable oil and put the salmon in and then add a lid. Cook the salmon on high heat for 5 minutes.
  3. Cook the rice, I used a packet of microwave brown rice and cooked it for 90 seconds in the microwave oven. If you make it in a saucepan I’d prepare the rice first.
  4. At the 5 minute mark on the salmon turn it down and remove the lid and then add a tin of coconut cream.
  5. Add the lup cheong and peas, carrots and corn
  6. Cook until the coconut cream has reduced a little and the vegetables are soft.
  7. Put the cooked rice in a bowl.
  8. Put the salmon on the rice.
  9. Pour everything else in the bowl.
  10. Add the sliced chili on top.
  11. Shoot a photograph of the meal.
  12. Eat the meal.
  13. Wash the dishes.
  14. Post photographs to Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and hope people like it.
  15. If a friendly tweep asked for the recipe, then do all this and blog (verb).
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8 Responses

  1. Defintiely looks like you had a tasty one bowl feast. I miss chillies like crazy at the moment, can’t wait to get back on the spice wagon soon 🙂 ps, they look insanely good too!

  2. Instructions: 11.Shoot a photograph of the meal. 😀 And you did a very tasteful shot of it too. The chillies certainly add colour to this dish. Though if I do try the recipe out, I’ll have to put them aside since I’m not a chilli eater. I’ll probably add an extra serving of lup cheong 🙂

    1. Thank you Mabel. It may have been too many chilies, I ended up leaving work early this morning because of colicy abdominal pain.
      There can never be too much lup cheong 😀

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