Salmon Vegetable Rice In Salmon Turkey Curry Soup

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Salmon vegetable rice in salmon turkey curry soup

Salmon vegetable rice in salmon turkey curry soup

This is my follow-up post from yesterday on Salmon Turkey Curry Soup . It does seem like a weird combination but it was very delicious. We had a wonderful dinner of baked salmon, vegetables and rice in this curry soup. We had a very satisfying meal. The whole salmon that I bought was all worth it. Will I buy it again? Of course I will but I’ll buy on days when I am more free. On top of that I’ll be extra careful when I fillet it. I just have to ‘KEEP LEARNING’!

Salmon fillets

Salmon fillets

After I filleted the salmon and put the curry soup to boil, I set the oven to heat up at 200 degrees Celsius. Then I made the marinade for the salmon fillets. The marinade was the same one that I used in Chili Salmon With Hot Bean Paste except that I add some water to make it more watery. All in all, I had 4 big pieces of the fillets. 2 would be more than enough. I put the fillets in 2 separate pyrex dishes and poured the marinade over them, then into the oven they went or about 15 minutes. It takes shorter time if the salmon fillets are thinner.

Salmon ready to be baked

Salmon ready to be baked

While baking the salmon, I stir fry some green beans and baby corns. Everything was cooked at the same time. All of us enjoyed the dinner very much. The curry soup was a great hit. By the way, my daughter helped to cook the rice while I filleted the fish.

Delicious baked salmon

Delicious baked salmon

Do you call this a simple meal? Please share, add and comment in the comment box below.

Other salmon recipes that you may be interested in:
Teriyaki Salmon
Spicy Salmon Fillets
King Prawns And Salmon Curry

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19 Comments

Cheah  on December 22nd, 2009

Yum, Yum. I love baked salmon. Going to have a ‘Winter Solstice’ reunion dinner with my 3 musketeers, then off to a short holiday in Hanoi. Hope to take nice pics and share on my blog. Merry X’mas and Happy New Year!

3hungrytummies  on December 22nd, 2009

Oh look at that piece of salmon! Very simple but I can imagine the different flavours simply by looking at it :)

Sarah, Maison Cupcake  on December 22nd, 2009

Mmm I haven’t eaten salmon much lately, must get back into it again. Looks yummy.

Mary  on December 22nd, 2009

Cheah - That’s really so much fun and happiness to have a family meal together especially when they return from so far and then for a holiday together. I know you will surely enjoy it all. Can’t wait to see all the beautiful photos of your trip. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

@3hungrytummies - I think we have been eating lots of salmon lately. Probably time to space out more before my family complains :D But then it’s so delicious and so easy to cook.

@Sarah - This is a very simple and easy recipe and so are others in the links above. Hope you try out soon. I’ll learn more and share here. Salmon is such a beautiful fish…tender and delicious.

penny aka jeroxie  on December 22nd, 2009

What a huge fish! I have 2 pieces of salmon in the freezer. I know what to do!

Christine@Christine's Recipes  on December 22nd, 2009

I’m a BIG fan of salmon!
I once filleted a whole salmon that was a huge job and my chopping board was not big enough, LOL.

Mary  on December 22nd, 2009

@Penny - The BIGGEST fish I have ever bought! Still can’t believ that I did that :)

@Christine - I think we must form a Salmon Club :D Oh yes, my chopping board was way too small too. On top of that I was so afraid to dirty my kitchen top. That’s why I cleaned it all up in the sink.

Divina  on December 22nd, 2009

It’s cheaper to buy whole fish but just have to deal with the extra work. I always love salmon and some soup with be great on a cool night.

kristy  on December 22nd, 2009

I love eating rice with soup, so no problem at all! This may taste great as well. No worries be happy! hehe….

Mary  on December 22nd, 2009

@Divina - Yes, it’s a lot cheaper to buy the whole fish, so it’s actually worth all the hassle of cleaning it up.

@Kristy - Hey….we have the same appetite for food :P I think it’s because it’s easy to swallow…LOL

TasteHongKong  on December 22nd, 2009

Maybe good salmon is relatively pricey in our place, so I have got used to eat a small portion in one meal. The fillets above looks big to me.

Jeena  on December 22nd, 2009

Tasty salmon recipe I love the colour.

Merry Christmas. :-)

Erica  on December 22nd, 2009

I love salmon!!!That sounds interesting and delicious!!!!

Jeannie  on December 22nd, 2009

I am drooling! Your dishes look so appetising. I can eat it just like that without rice. Or dip bread into the soup. I am more partial towards bread than rice:D

Sook  on December 22nd, 2009

Mmm… the baked salmon looks so flavorful and delicious!! I really need to start cooking with salmon more often!

Stacy  on December 22nd, 2009

Salmon soup sounds perfect tonight. Yum!

Belle@OohLook  on December 23rd, 2009

From the title, I’ll admit this sounded like a bit of a mishmash, but it looks really good. That’s a nice piece of salmon you got, too.

Wendy  on December 23rd, 2009

That has made me determined to cook some salmon very soon… I have been cooking so much meat and I really need to lighten up food wise! Thank you Mary for inspiring me!

Mary  on December 23rd, 2009

@TasteHongKong - The fillets here are also very expensive. The whole salmon is a lot cheaper, but hard work to clean up and fillet it. That 2 pieces of fillets there were for 6 people, so we really ate our hearts out. There was a small piece left though….that became my lunch the next day.

@Jeena - Thank you. Merry Christmas to you too.

@Erica - Thank you. Hope you try out soon. It was very delicious.

@Jeannie - I can imagine how delicious it is with your homemade bread….yum! All your bread and other bakes just look so delicious. I wish I can have some.

@Sook - Yes, come on, start cooking more salmon. I would love to see your special salmon dishes on your blog.

@Stacy - Thank you. Hope you try out soon.

@Belle@OohLook - LOL….it does sound crazy but then it was really good. My family liked it very much.

@Wendy - You are most welcome. Thanks for your lovely comment. Hope you start cooking soon. Would love to see your salmon recipes on your blog.

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