Salmon With Orange And Aromatic Risotto

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    We all know salmon is naturally rich with Omega 3 acids and that it is recommended in most of the diets, but can you make it a bit different? Usually you just cook the salmon steaks or salmon fillets and serve them with greens or other vegetables of your choice.

    This recipe is a bit different and it is packed with flavor and beautiful aroma. Oranges bring this fatty fish to another level, and addition of mouthwatering risotto makes a winning combination.

    Orange zest is also delicious, do not trow it away! Serve it alongside risotto and salmon steaks. Since there is honey in this Salmon with orange and aromatic risotto recipe, make sure you do not use sweet soy sauce.


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    Juicy salmon with beautiful aroma and delicious risotto.
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    Juicy salmon with beautiful aroma and delicious risotto.
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    2servings 40minutes 30minutes
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    2servings 40minutes
    Cook Time
    30minutes
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    Instructions
    1. In a large bowl mix juice from 2 oranges, grated ginger, soy sauce, honey, vegetable oil and 2 garlic gloves.
    2. Put salmon steaks in the mixture and cover with foil. Leave to marinate in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes.
    3. In the meantime, cook the risotto.
    4. On a hot pan, fry the onion.
    5. Add rice and cook for a couple of minutes.
    6. Add juice from 1/2 of the orange, half of the water and cook for about 10 minutes. Add water occasionally, so rice doesn't stick. Add salt.
    7. Add sliced orange cubes into the cooked rice. Cook for about 7 more minutes, add water occasionally.
    8. Add butter, stir well and then add grated Parmesan. Remove from heat and set aside with the lid on.
    9. Cook salmon steaks on low heat for about 5 minutes on each side and serve it with aromatic risotto. Drizzle with marinade.
    10. ENJOY!

    RECIPE NOTES & TIPS:

    You can use both salmon steaks or salmon fillets for this recipe, just make sure you start with the skin-side down, and let it crisp up.

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    Gavin Carraway, joined Clever Chef very early and now he is our leading recipe creator. Gavin holds a Bachelor’s degree in Culinary Arts. He’s the prime suspect of our team‘s interest in recipes which includes Slow cooker, Multi cooker and Instant pot. Like his laid back personality, he’s a pure talent for slow cooking but also for making cocktails, esspecially after his favorite way of relaxing after work, long swimming sessions. He always cooks for our team and if you‘re eager for delicious food, be sure to follow his recipes.

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