Easy Soyaki Baked Salmon

This is one of my “I am so tired, drained and have a headache – I still want to cook after work” kind of dinners. It is so quick, easy, delicious and healthy. Most importantly, it doesn’t take much thinking and less than 30 minutes to whip up.

Get a few fresh salmon fillets. I picked up some coho.

And below is when the magic happens….

This is the Soyaki sauce from Trader’s Joe. It’s has fresh garlic, fresh ginger and preservative-free soy sauce which is great on meat, fish and even in stir-fry.

If you don’t have this sauce on hand – you can create your own version with soya sauce, minced garlic and ginger with a bit of honey.

Simply drench this sauce on the salmon fillets and if you feel fancy like me – add some lemon slices.

Bake at 375°F for 20 minutes or until salmon is fully cooked and flaky.

I served it with some blanched kale and green lentils for a complete meal.

What you need (serves 2):
2 Large, Fresh Salmon Fillets
Soyaki Sauce or your own sauce(enough for the fillets)
Lemon Slices (Optional)

Directions:
Wash and pat dry your salmon fillets
Pre-heat your oven at 375°F
Place fillets on a baking tray
Pour enough Soyaki Sauce (or your own creation) to cover the fillets
Add lemon slices (optional)
Bake at 375°F for 20 minutes or until salmon is cooked and flaky

Enjoy! And share your creations with me on instagram!

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One response

  1. Casey Taylor says:

    So healthy! I will try it out.
    Thank you!

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