Cooking Salmon the Panseas Way
We stumbled upon womensweekly on how to cook salmon and come upon this very simple recipe that many of the household in Singapore can manage. Given our products variety, you can now even simplify the process of cooking.The below is the recipe created by womensweekly.
Fish Stew with Salmon and Vegetables Recipe
• 2 tbsps margarine
• 2 shallots, chop finely
• 1 clove garlic, chop finely
• 4 potatoes, peel and chop into 1-cm cubes
• 2 carrots, peel and chop into 1-cm cubes
• 4 medium-size yellow onions, slice
• 150 g broccoli, cut into 3-cm florets
• 100 ml water
• 2 cubes fish bouillon/stock
• 200 ml single cream
• 1 tsp cornstarch, mix with 1 tbsp water
• ½ tsp salt • ¼ tsp pepper
• 600 g salmon fillets, without skin and bones, cut into 3-cm pieces
• 1 sprig fresh parsley, chop finely
• Bread, to serve
- Heat margarine in a large pan over medium fire. Stir-fry shallots and garlic in pan until soft, about 3 mins.
- Add potato, carrot, onion and broccoli. Mix well. Add combined water and fish bouillon. Cook over slow fire for 10 mins until the vegetables are just tender.
- Stir in single cream and cornstarch mix to make soup thicker; bring to boil. Season with salt and pepper.
- Add salmon pieces to the pan. Leave to soak in the flavours for 5 mins until they are completely cooked.
- Serve hot with a sprinkle of parsley and bread on the side.
The Panseas Way
However in Pan Seas, we have existing soups and broth that you can purchase to thaw at home instead of cooking one from scratch. One of the best similar soup will be chunky chicken soup. https://www.panseas.com/chunky%20chicken%20soup.html Thaw the soup for 10 mins until it boils, put the filleted salmon in https://www.panseas.com/fresh-salmon-fillet.html and cook for 5 mins until it softens. Serve hot with sprinkle of parsley.
We do not include MSG's in our product as we believed in healthy lifestyle. This recipe allows you to tackle hunger with the pure comforts of a hearty, soul-warming, ready to eat soup. This soup is low-in-cholesterol and have big-in-flavor spoonfuls of chicken meat with no antibiotics. The vitamin B12 in salmon also keeps blood and nerve cells humming and helps you make DNA. But for your health, the true beauty of salmon is its wealth of omega-3 fatty acids. Most omega-3s are "essential" fatty acids. Your body can’t make them, but they play critical roles in your body. When both benefits combined together, this soup served as one of the best nutritionious food.
Thank you for reading. Do look forward on our next recipe on how to cook in the Panseas Way.