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Most of us know that we should eat 2 portions of fish a week and one of those portions should contain oily fish. So today I’m sharing my healthy Grilled Salmon with Citrus Tamari Dressing with you as part of Iceland’s #PowerofFrozen campaign. I am a big fan of Iceland’s frozen fish as I know the quality is always consistent and the price very reasonable compared to fresh fish. When you buy fresh fish you don’t really know how long it has been sat on the shelf or fish counter of your local supermarket but with frozen fish you know it has been frozen in peak condition. I once had the misfortune of buying some bad sardines and have to say I haven’t bought a fresh sardine since, this would never have happened with frozen! For this dish I used Iceland’s Fish Market 4 Atlantic Salmon Fillets which currently retail at £6 a pack (great value).
As well as having a vast range of fish and seafood including Canadian Lobster, Red Snapper Fillets, Extra Large Roeless Scallops and Seabass en Papillote (winner of Supermeat & Fish Awards) Iceland have just brought out a range of ready meal seafood dishes. Ready in 9 minutes these can be stirred through pasta or in the case of the Zuppa di Pesce (Fish & Seafood Casserole with Squid, Hake, Mussels, Clams & Shrimp) served with crusty bread. Hubby and I enjoyed this immensely and I would go as far as to say it was of restaurant quality (probably not surprising as it is produced in Italy)!
So back to my Grilled Salmon with Citrus Tamari Dressing, I’ve used a combination of lime juice, orange zest, orange juice, Tamari soya sauce, honey and red chilli to give a lovely zesty, sweet and sour flavour to compliment the salmon. I love that there’s no need to thaw the Iceland salmon fillets you can just pop them straight under the grill and my dressing takes just minutes to prepare so is perfect for a quick midweek meal which is ready in less than 30 minutes. My family loved this dish and I have to say even my fussy daughter ate it all up (so the cat wasn’t best pleased as she loves salmon)!
Grilled Salmon with Citrus Tamari Dressing
- 4 Iceland Fish Market Atlantic Salmon Fillets frozen
- For dressing:
- 75 mls extra virgin olive oil
- juice of 1 lime
- grated zest of 1 small orange + 3 tbsp juice
- 3 tsp clear honey
- 1 tsp Tamari soya sauce
- 1 tbsp frozen chopped red chillies I used Darégal
- 4 slices lime or orange
- Grill the salmon under a low to medium heat for 23 minutes turning once (or until cooked).
- Place all the dressing ingredients in a bowl and whisk together until well combined.
- A few minutes before the salmon is ready bring the dressing to the boil in a small pan and then heat gently for a further minute.
- Once the salmon fillets are ready, pour the dressing over and garnish with slices of lime or orange.
- Serve with basmati rice or mashed potato and vegetables of your choice.
To inspire you further here are some more recipes using Iceland frozen fish!
Grilled Seabass with Lemon Garlic Butter & Colcannon – Fab Food 4 All
Salmon & Pesto Rice Bake – Foodie Quine
Salmon Polenta Bowls with Roasted Tomato & Pesto – Recipes from a Pantry
Salmon Pasta in a Creamy Herb & Garlic Sauce – Fuss Free Flavours
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NB: This is a sponsored post for Iceland and all opinions are my own.