Baked salmon with udon noodles, quinoa and kale

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Baked salmon with quinoa udon noodles and kale

So I’m still doing the udon noodles thing. As I was driving home from work today I was chatting with Mum and explained the meal at XO Restaurant Narrabundah and how I made garlic prawns and bacon with udon noodles. She said she didn’t like them because they were too thick however she thought the concept of Asian bolognese was really interesting.

I had a pretty good day at work although I have a splitting headache because of my lingering persistent cough after my bout of ManFlu last week. I wasn’t really in the mood for anything fancy for dinner. I wanted something quick and easy. Given how simple it was to prepare the udon noodles from the other night and given the amount of Atlantic salmon I have the refrigerator, it was a simple decision to make some noodles with the salmon.

To bake the salmon check out my foolproof method for baking salmon.

Baked salmon with udon noodles, quinoa and kale
Recipe Type: Dinner
Cuisine: Australian
Author: [url href=”” target=”_blank”]Gary Lum[/url]
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Serves: 1
  • 90 g [url href=”” target=”_blank”]Hakubaku organic udon noodles[/url]
  • 100 g white uncooked quinoa
  • 1 piece Atlantic salmon with skin on
  • 1 handful of chopped kale
  • 2 teaspoons chilli flakes
  • 1 teaspoon cracked black pepper
  • 1 tablespoon Greek yoghurt
  • 100 mL light coconut milk
  • 1 tablespoon fried shallots
  • 1 tablespoon flaked almonds
  1. [url href=”” target=”_blank”]Bake salmon[/url]
  2. When the salmon is cooked roughly flake it
  3. Get some water boiling and add the quinoa and the udon noodles for 8 minutes
  4. At the end add in a handful of chopped kale and take off the heat
  5. Drain the noodles, quinoa and kale and then add to a hot frying pan
  6. Add flaked salmon and stir in with the Greek yoghurt, light coconut milk, fried shallots, and flaked almonds
  7. Plate up half and put the other half in a container for the refrigerator for lunch tomorrow
  8. Shoot a photograph
  9. [url href=”” target=”_blank”]Record a time-lapse video while eating[/url]
  10. Wash the dishes
  11. Write the recipe
  12. Blog (verb)
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