Dinner Tonight

Dinner Tonight: Ginger Soy Glazed Salmon + Miso Salad

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Expecting your weeknight meals to be quick, balanced, and incredibly flavorful is never too much to ask. An enticing meal is not only within reach, but may also be easier than that pasta dish you were planning on making -- for the second week in a row. As the calming scent of ginger reaches your nose, and the heat of sriracha perks up your tastebuds, you'll know you made the right decision. 

The Menu

Click through on the recipe photos or titles to see (and save and print) the full recipes, but we've also written you a handy grocery list and game plan below.

Ginger Miso Salad by TheSkinnyGoose

Ginger Soy Glazed Salmon by Meatballs&Milkshakes

The Grocery List

wild salmon
fresh ginger
lime
scallions
mixed greens
butter lettuce
Asian pear
cashews
fresh thyme
red onion
mirin
miso

We're guessing you have garlic, soy sauce, red wine, brown sugar, olive oil, rice wine vinegar, sugar, sriracha, sesame oil, and red wine vinegar -- if not, you'll be needing those too!

The Plan

1. Get started on the ginger soy glaze for the salmon. While the sauce is reducing, wash and dry the greens for your salad.

2. Glaze your salmon, and bake for 20 minutes. 

3. While the salmon is cooking, finish up the salad: combine dressing ingredients, toss with greens, and plate. Serve the finished salmon alongside, and enjoy!

 

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Miglore

over 1 year ago Kristen Miglore

Kristen is the Executive Editor of Food52

R and Jojo, the article article above says: "Click through on the recipe photos or titles to see (and save and print) the full recipes." This is just meant to give you a game plan.

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over 1 year ago R

Where's the rest of the directions for the recipe?!? Am I to guess the amounts, the cooking times, and the method?

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over 1 year ago Jojo

What oven temp do you recommend for baking?