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Broiled Salmon with Scallions and Sesame

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by chef Andres Mendez

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Story of the Meal

Salmon marinated in scallions with garlic and lime juice. This paleo broiled salmon is best paired with boy choy drizzled with sesame seeds.

Maincourse
Serving Size 288 g
Calories 366
Fat 17 g
Saturated Fat 3 g
Carbs 13 g
Fiber 2 g
Protein 39 g
Sodium 484 mg
Sugar 6 g

Extra side dish

We use our extra side dishes with seasonal veggies found at the market, so they may change. We try to make a healthy and delicious snack to balance the meal and to make it more fun.
Our side dishes have in between 40-150 KCal each.

Bok Choy
Chillies
Garlic
Honey
Kosher Salt
Lime
Salmon
Scallions
Sesame Seeds
Vegetable Oil

Summer Wind Farms

Known for the best tomatoes around the area, we enjoy their heirloom tomatoes throughout the season. Juicier, red, unperfect, flavorful tomatoes. This is how every tomato should look and taste like. We also get a lot of our seasonal veggies from Summer Wind.

Meals are delivered chilled

Containers are oven & microwave safe, lid is not safe.

NOTE: Remove the plastic cup from inside the container before heating.

In the Ovenrecommended

1. Preheat to 350F. 2. Remove sleeve and peel back film. 3. Heat up for 10 mins or until heated through. 4. Pour sauce on top.

Enjoy it cold!

In the Microwave

1. Remove sleeve and peel corner of film to vent. 2. Microwave for 1.5 mins. 3. Peel back film.

Enjoy it cold!

Community Reviews

(5 COMMENTS)

Richard

08/28/2019

Salmon was properly ...

Salmon was properly cooked, not overdone. Flavorful. Noodles were a nice touch—great texture. Very nice dish.

Kirby

03/20/2019

Great portion of sal...

Great portion of salmon and the sauce was delicious

Marilyn

08/09/2019

I enjoyed this dish-...

I enjoyed this dish--a good variation with Salmon

Kaitie

05/06/2019

A little bland....

A little bland.

Max

08/28/2019

the base is a garnis...

the base is a garnish...its not edible!

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Broiled Salmon with Scallions and Sesame

(23)

Extra sidedish:

Details Nutrition Ingredients Farms

Story of the meal

Salmon marinated in scallions with garlic and lime juice. This paleo broiled salmon is best paired with boy choy drizzled with sesame seeds.

Maincourse
Serving Size 288 g
Calories 366
Fat 17 g
Saturated Fat 3 g
Carbs 13 g
Fiber 2 g
Protein 39 g
Sodium 484 mg
Sugar 6 g

Extra Side Dish

We use our extra side dishes with seasonal veggies found at the market, so they may change. We try to make a healthy and delicious snack to balance the meal and to make it more fun.

Our side dishes have in between 40-150 KCal each.

Bok Choy
Chillies
Garlic
Honey
Kosher Salt
Lime
Salmon
Scallions
Sesame Seeds
Vegetable Oil

summer wind

Known for the best tomatoes around the area, we enjoy their heirloom tomatoes throughout the season. Juicier, red, unperfect, flavorful tomatoes. This is how every tomato should look and taste like. We also get a lot of our seasonal veggies from Summer Wind.

Community Reviews (23)

Richard


08/28/2019

Salmon was properly cooked, not overdone. Flavorful. Noodles were a nice touch—great texture. Very nice dish.

Kirby


03/20/2019

Great portion of salmon and the sauce was delicious

Marilyn


08/09/2019

I enjoyed this dish--a good variation with Salmon

Kaitie


05/06/2019

A little bland.

Max


08/28/2019

the base is a garnish...its not edible!

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