I was in the mood for something light and summery, so I threw a bunch of random things together and it ended up a delicious (and mostly healthy) burst of flavor. It helped that I picked up fresh salmon from the Japanese supermarket… soooo yummy!
Anyway, I was really bad about measuring exact quantities. I guesstimated based on what I thought would taste the best and what I wanted to dominate (mostly citrus.) In a small mixing bowl, I combined the following ingredients in order of decreasing amounts:
– Grapefruit juice
– Lemon juice
– Olive oil
– Soy sauce
– Minced garlic
I soaked the salmon chunks in the bowl for about 10 minutes, then sprinkled them with lemon pepper and baked at 375 for 20 minutes. They were perfectly flaky and juicy!
Meanwhile, I laid out a bed of organic spring greens and topped with
– Sliced peppers (red and yellow)
– Chopped tomato
– Mandarin oranges (the only thing out of a can!)
– Feta cheese
I forked the salmon into flakes and added to the pile of veggies and cheese, then topped lightly with the remaining marinade mixture and cracked pepper.
Seriously… flavor explosion!! Chuck and I both loved it 🙂