Tasty salmon noodles

Healthy Salmon vegetable and noodle

 Dinner time again, I'm cooking for two and this is a tasty, easy to prepare dish. Plenty of nutrition with the vegetables and fish. I love to use salmon, wild if possible, but farmed will do also. Salmon if full of great nutrition, omega-3 fatty acids, high in protein, vitamin d, b12, b6, magnesium I could go on, and great tasty protein after a good work out. So try this.


- Salmon cut, either a darn or as I use, the tail end,enough for 2.

- Half a zucchini, 1 large peeled carrot, 1head of broccoli, small piece of fennel.

- Noodles, your choice. I'm using thin egg noodles.

- Sesame oil, salt and pepper.

Fish Marinade

1 Lemon, squeezed, half a lime, 1 table spoon of English mustard, 2 tablespoons of honey, 1 tablespoon of sesame oil.

Marinating salmon

- Cut the fish in to half inch slices. Put all the ingredients of the marinade in a bowl and mix well. Add the fish and leave for about an hour, or longer.




Salmon sliced
Salmon sliced
Our ingredients
Our ingredients
salmon in marinade
salmon in marinade
lightly frying the veg
lightly frying the veg
adding the salmon
adding the salmon
adding the noodles
adding the noodles
A tasty quick meal
A tasty quick meal


1. Slice the zucchini in half, then slice again to half inch slices. Same again with the carrot, cut the broccoli just using the flowers, slice the fennel. Cuts don't have to be precise, were not in a restaurant here.

2. Place a pot of seasoned (salt+pepper) water on to boil for the noodles.

3. Heat a frying pan, add a dash of sesame oil, add the carrots, zucchini and fennel. Lightly frying, stirring regularly or tossing in the pan if you have mastered that. Do this for around 5 minutes, no longer, we want the veg to keep its bite. Add broccoli, Fry for 2 more minutes.

4. With a fork, pick out the salmon and add to the dish, with-holding the marinade.

5. Fry until the salmon is cooked, add in the rest of marinade, turn down the heat.

6. Add enough noodles( in this case for 2) to the simmering pot, should take no longer than 2-3 minutes to cook. When cooked, strain all the excess water, and add your salmon and veg, mix well and check for seasoning, eat and be merry, and maybe a nice glass of white to go with it. Enjoy.

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JannyC 7 years ago

Looks tasty. Again love the pictures with it, and your recipes are crisp and clean and easy to follow.

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Sherbet Penny 7 years ago from Galway, Ireland. Author

Yes, As I say, keep it easy, healthy can be easy and simple, also tasty, I'm always on the go, so I keep things always simple, especially if I have been training.

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blondepoet 6 years ago from australia

Oh I admire a man who can cook even if he has no head LMAO. Seriously Sherbet when am I coming for dinner? Boy oh boy can you cook. Do you have an Irish accent by the way I adore Irish accents.

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Sherbet Penny 6 years ago from Galway, Ireland. Author

Yes I have a bigtime northside Dublin harsh accent, and yes, I'm a great cook too, want to be, 17 years in the business. Thank you.

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gr82bme 6 years ago from USA

Great recipe. It looks so good. I can't wait to try.

I have rated up too

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Sherbet Penny 6 years ago from Galway, Ireland. Author

Thank you very much.

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Springboard 6 years ago from Wisconsin

Please excuse my slight injection of French here, but this dish looks frigging awesome. Truly. I love salmon and never gave thought to making it this way, with noodles and all sorts of veggie goodies. This one is getting bookmarked.

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Sherbet Penny 6 years ago from Galway, Ireland. Author

Cheers Springboard, it's easy, healthy and very tasty, give it a bash, you won't be disappointed.

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Pollyannalana 5 years ago from US

I haven't eaten salmon since being a kid and have some in the freezer wonder what to do now, so here I go, thanks a lot and just all the other things alone are a great wow. I will probably use wheat noodles since I know I can't force a bite on my husband. He is like a child when it come to food, if it is good for you he won't even have a taste, I tell him he will be sorry one day.

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