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    Asian Baked Salmon

    It’s the dressing what makes a good salad. It’s the gravy over the mashed potato that makes you go for a second round. It’s this awesome pungent sauce over baked salmon that put this recipe on repeat! In our household we try to eat at least once a week salmon, especially the kids love it. This recipe is born from pantry and basic ingredients. It taste like tropical South East Asian flavours and a hint of Japanese umami. The perfect combo isn’t? Go try this out yourself! Happy cooking! Asian Baked Salmon Recipe Type: Main Cuisine: Thai Author: Melissa Senduk Prep time: 10 mins Cook time: 15 mins Total time: 25 mins Serves: 2…

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    Salmon Poke Buddha Bowl

    As you can read from the title, I can’t decide on whether this next recipe is a Poke bowl or a Buddha bowl. But heck, why not just combine both. A little introduction on these healthy refreshing bowls. Buddha bowls are hippie bowls. Why? Because hippies eat them constantly. You eat these beautiful bowls after practising a yoga class. They are hearty and filling meals made of greens, vegetables, beans, legumes and healthy grains such as quinoa and brown rice. Decorate them with seeds, nuts and a tahini dressing and you are set. Then you have a Poke bowl, what is made from raw yellowfin tuna or salmon, green onions, soy sauce,…

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    What Is A Hawaiian Poke Bowl?

    Have you heard of the Poke bowl? (pronounce as poh-KAY) It’s THE hottest healthy meal in a bowl of the moment! The Poke bowl is traditionally from Hawaii, where the word ‘poke’ means -to cut crosswise into pieces- in Hawaiian. Also from it’s origin it’s typically made with raw tuna fish, cut crosswise (duh) into smaller cubes, spiced up with different ingredients such as soy sauce, spring onions, sesame oil and Shichimi Togarashi powder, a Japanese spice mixture. If you are not already mouthwatering, I don’t know what will. It’s totally up to you how you want to make your variations on the poke bowl, the combinations are endless, switch salmon instead, add…