Ginger, Sage & Coconut Aminos Salmon
Be warned: once you try this tangy flavor bomb from Gennifer Rose, you’re going to crave it every single day. Not speaking from experience or anything. Not at all…
1. Defrost the Gorton’s Natural Catch Classic Grilled Salmon fillet. Rinse, dry and set aside.
2. Mix all the ingredients together to create the marinade.
3. In a glass air-tight container, let the salmon marinade inside the refrigerator for several hours or overnight.
4. To cook the salmon fillet you can either pan-fry or bake in the oven. If cooking in an oven – preheat to 400°F and bake for 15 – 17 minutes until salmon reaches temperature of 165° or higher before serving. Toss out any excess marinade after cooking.
5. After cooking the salmon with your preferred method, you can serve it with vegetables, rice, pasta, salad or potatoes.
For a complimentary side dish, you can sauté cauliflower rice with garlic and the coconut aminos. Yum!
1 package Gorton’s Natural Catch Classic Grilled Salmon Fillets
For the marinade:
1/4 cup coconut aminos
Fresh or ground ginger
Lemon juice from half a fresh lemon
A couple springs of fresh sage
Pinch of salt
Classic Grilled Salmon
100% wild-caught Salmon expertly seasoned with a classic blend of herbs and spices.
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