Oriental Salmon with Celery and Pak Choi Stir Fry

Oriental Salmon with Celery and Pak Choi Stir Fry

Salmon makes a perfect after work dinner. It takes 10-15 min to marinate and 10 min to roast, just enough to make a quick stir fry. The oriental flavours of the teriyaki sauce and ginger can rival any oriental take away. The result, however, is a lot healthier.

I am not a fan of raw celery. I find the taste overwhelming and the texture of the outer layer too tough. This stir fry has changed my mind and made celery hearts a regular entry on my shopping list.

Cooking the celery for just a minute or two makes the flavour more subtle. The texture becomes more delicate whilst still retaining some of the crunchiness. It’s a perfect solution to how to introduce more fiber into your diet without actually suffering through eating raw celery. Sautéed onion and carrots add a touch of sweetness and complement the celery beautifully.


Oriental Salmon with Celery and Pak Choi Stir Fry
Tender and full of flavour salmon and a super healthy stir fry make a perfect mid-week dinner. Delicious and low in calories, this dish tastes like a treat, yet is suitable for the most diet conscious.
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  1. • 2 skinless salmon fillets – 150g each
  2. • 4 tablespoons teriyaki sauce
  3. • 1 tablespoon freshly grated ginger
  4. • 1 crushed garlic clove
  5. .
  6. For Stir Fry
  7. • 3-4 sliced celery stalkes
  8. • 1-2 pak choi roughly cut
  9. • 1 spiralised or grated carrot
  10. • ½ chopped onion
  11. • 2-3 sliced shiitake mushrooms or mushroom antipasti
  12. • 1 crushed garlic clove
  13. • 1 tablespoon Sesame Oil
  14. • 1 tablespoon Fish sauce (optional)
  15. • Soy sauce to taste
  1. 1. Marinate the salmon fillets in teriyaki sauce, grated ginger and crushed garlic for 15 min.
  2. 2. Place the salmon on a baking tray and roast for 10 min until cooked through.
  3. 3. Whilst the salmon is cooking, prepare the vegetables.
  4. 4. Heat some oil in a large wok or pan, add the onions, cook until golden
  5. 5. Add the garlic, celery and carrot, stir fry until just tender
  6. 6. Add pak choi and mushrooms and stir fry for a few minutes
  7. 7. Add sesame oil, fish sauce (optional) and soy sauce to taste.
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