|Photo updated: June 1, 2017|
Air Fried Curry Salmon Fillet
|This recipe was created in January 2015. |
That was the time I used to bake salmon with pumpkin, for the little picky eater.
" I used to cook salmon in skillet - pan fried with oil but sometimes, I find it too oily.
This was my first attempt baking salmon fillet. Another unplanned meal. Last minute decided to bake some Hazelnut Oatmeal Cookies for snack and last minute decided to bake the salmon that I bought this morning. Again, no mood for cooking but baking mode is ON!
So I baked this delicious salmon right after the cookies. First time, no recipe, no reference, I marinated the salmon before I started baking cookies. When the cookies were ready, put the salmon in the oven and baked. Then, I went to pick my boy from kindergarten.
|Look at the flesh, juicy!|
When I was back home, the moment I opened the door, I knew the salmon would taste awesome. So aromatic, it's surely our tasty lunch. And yes, it was. The texture and taste was perfect! My son told me he can eat this everyday...lol..AGAIN?! :D "
|This time, I omit oyster sauce, pan fried in a skillet.|
Lunch box packed for my 9yo to eat at school.
Photo updated: 19 January 2018.
250g Salmon Fillet (boneless, cleaned and dry)
Some Pumpkin Slices (optional)
2 Curry Leave
Seasoning: double the amount if you like it more flavourful.
1 tsp Olive Oil
1 tsp Oyster Sauce
1/2 tsp Curry Powder
A dash of Tumeric Powder
A pinch of Garlic Salt
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1. In a bowl, mix together all seasoning.
2. Add in salmon fillet. Rub the seasoning all over the fillet. Snip/ chopped thinly the curry leave and sprinkle on the fillet.
3. Place pumpkin slices in the baking dish. (optional)
4. Place the fillet onto the pumpkin. Marinate for 30 minutes.
5. Bake in a preheated oven (or air fry) 190'C for 15-20 minutes. The cooking time depends on the thickness and the size of the fillet. Do adjust accordingly.
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