Asian Style Baked Salmon

Here is a straight forward way to make a delicious gluten-free Asian style baked salmon that has genuine Asian flavor.  The sauce we made has a nice combination of savory and sweet that gives you a hint of a teriyaki which really goes so well with the salmon.  Who says gluten-free has to be bland or boring? Give this easy to make recipe a try and serve with a side of vegetables and rice and you’ll be good to go!

Ingredients:

4 pieces Atlantic or Pacific salmon

4 tbsp Coconut Secret coconut aminos

1 tbsp Organic blue agave

2 tbsp Rice wine (optional but highly recommended)

1 tbsp Sesame oil

1/2 tsp Himalayan salt or sea salt

4 Bunches of green scallions (chopped)

1 shallot (minted)

Directions:

1. Were going to need to start off with making the Asian sauce by mixing in a bowl, the coconut aminos, salt, sesame oil, blue agave, rice wine, green scallions and shallot. Mix all the ingredients together.

2. Prepare a tray with aluminum foil lightly greased.  Spread the salmon on the aluminum foil.

3.  Take the Asian sauce made from earlier and ensure that the salmon is coated with the sauce real nice.

4.  Preheat oven for 350 degrees.  Before you put the salmon into the oven, make sure to put a sheet of aluminum foil to cover the salmon.  Let the salmon bake in the oven for 20 minutes. During the last remaining 5 minutes, remove the aluminum foil covering the salmon and turn the oven on broil for the last 5 minutes.  This will give the salmon a nice fished color.

5.  Serve with you desired choice of vegetables and rice.  Enjoy!

Asian Style Baked Salmon

Yield: 2 Servings

Ingredients:

4 pieces Atlantic or Pacific salmon

4 tbsp Coconut Secret coconut aminos

1 tbsp Organic blue agave

2 tbsp Rice wine (optional but highly recommended)

1 tbsp Sesame oil

1/2 tsp Himalayan salt or sea salt

4 Bunches of green scallions (chopped)

1 shallot (minted)

Directions:

1. Were going to need to start off with making the Asian sauce by mixing in a bowl, the coconut aminos, salt, sesame oil, blue agave, rice wine, green scallions and shallot. Mix all the ingredients together.

2. Prepare a tray with aluminum foil lightly greased. Spread the salmon on the aluminum foil.

3. Take the Asian sauce made from earlier and ensure that the salmon is coated with the sauce real nice.

4. Preheat oven for 350 degrees. Before you put the salmon into the oven, make sure to put a sheet of aluminum foil to cover the salmon. Let the salmon bake in the oven for 20 minutes. During the last remaining 5 minutes, remove the aluminum foil covering the salmon and turn the oven on broil for the last 5 minutes. This will give the salmon a nice fished color.

5. Serve with you desired choice of vegetables and rice. Enjoy!

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