Salmon salad with grapes, cabbage and coriander
- 2/3 of a scallion
- 5 large carrots
- Chinese radish, corresponding to the same amount as the carrots
- 1 cucumber
- A whole side of salmon (4-500 grams)
- 1.5 dl 'less salt' soy (use 1 dl if you only have regular soy)
- 1 large tablespoon of brown sugar
- 1 tablespoon rice wine vinegar
- 1 clove of garlic
- 2 tbsp ketchup
- 1 tsp ginger
- 1 tablespoon sesame oil
- 1 small finely chopped red onion or shallot
- Finely chopped chilli - according to temperament
- 2 tsp grated ginger
- 1 tablespoon brown sugar
- 1 teaspoon mustard
- The juice from 4 limes
- 1 small dl peanut oil (neutral oil can also be used)
- 1.5 tbsp fish sauce
- Salt and pepper
- Finely chopped coriander - a good handful
- Lime boats
- Chopped coriander
- Chopped Thai basil
- Sesame seeds
- Grape (fillets or where the white has been peeled off)
- Cut carrots and Chinese radish into thin sticks.
- Remove the soft inside of the cucumber and cut it into slightly larger sticks than the carrots and Chinese radish.
- Place in one bowl - it must be turned with marinade later.
- Finely chop the scallion and place it at the bottom of the dish in which you want to serve the dish.
- Put all the parts - except salmon - in a pot. This should become a teriyaki-inspired marinade.
- Cook it slowly until it has a ketchup-like consistency.
- Spread it over the salmon side and put it in the oven: 220 grams top/bottom heat for 12 minutes.
- Let it cool before serving.
- Mix all the ingredients together and let it soak for at least half an hour.
- Then spread over the carrots, Chinese radish and cucumber (this should preferably be done a relatively short time before serving, as the vegetables will otherwise become 'soft').
- Place scallions in the bottom of a dish.
- Put the marinated vegetables on top. You can put the marinade that is left in the bowl in a small bowl and serve on the side, so that you can add more if you wish.
- Spread the salmon on top of the vegetables and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
- Spread the grappa over the salad.
- Sprinkle with chopped coriander and Thai basil (1 part Thai basil, 2 parts coriander)
- Sprinkle with chopped chilli and spread the lime wedges over.
- And go ahead!
Tip: if you would like a little more 'filling' in the dish, you can add rice noodles at the bottom.
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