Looking for an easy dinner option or a meal your coworkers will be jealous of? Let our Success® Tri-Color Quinoa work its magic so you can enjoy the fusion of its superfood earthy flavors alongside a sweet and spicy glazed salmon with an added punch of Omega-3s. This recipe will be on your table in less than 20 minutes and its sure to satisfy your taste buds!
Prepare quinoa according to package directions.
Heat oil in a large skillet over medium high heat. Season salmon fillets with salt and pepper to taste. Pan fry salmon to desired doneness. Remove from skillet and keep warm.
Add vegetables to skillet and stir-fry until heated through, about 3 minutes. Add quinoa, ¼ cup sweet chili sauce, and sesame oil, if desired. Stir-fry 1 minute until all ingredients are coated with sauce.
In a small bowl combine 2 tablespoons sweet chili sauce and 1 teaspoon sriracha sauce. Serve quinoa topped with salmon. Drizzle with chili sauce mixture.
Nothing says dinner like the combination of fish, sautéed veggies and our easy-to-make Success® boiling bags. Discover the fluffy texture and slightly nutty flavor of quinoa accompanied by your favorite vegetables and pan seared salmon – all coated with a delicious sweet chili sauce. If you want to save time in the kitchen, make sure to buy frozen mixed vegetables. For this recipe, our go-to is the Asian-style mix.
Now onto the salmon…
If you’re not a cooking enthusiast, we know that cooking fish at home might be a little intimidating. Don’t worry, we’ve all been there! The key to getting juicy and savory salmon is to cook it on a well heated pan with the right amount of oil. Make sure to place the salmon filets with the skin side-down. The skin will provide a safety shield between the skillet and the meat.
The goal when cooking salmon is for it to be tender rather than dry. You will know the fish is done if it’s easy to lift with a spatula and slightly lighter in pink color. Keep an eye on it, and when you think it has reached the desired cook, try carefully lifting a corner of the filet.
Now that you’ve got one salmon recipe under your belt, here’s another to add to you cook book: Salmon Panzanella with Cherry Tomatoes.
Sauces and glazes blend all ingredients together and help avoid a boring taste. Made with few ingredients and in just one easy step, the sweet chili sauce can transform the vegetables and quinoa and elevate this dish to the next level. Believe us when we say that this Asian-inspired glaze is a game changer.
We always recommend to stick to the cooking instructions and ingredient measurements but, if you’re in the mood for a saucier meal, drizzle with some extra sauce. For an even spicier taste, double up on the recommended serving of hot chili sauce.