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Salmon Noodle Salad


I whipped up this simple noodle salad for a quick lunch during the weekend as it was too hot and humid to eat out.  There's no exact recipe for this salad.  I just panfried the piece of seasoned Salmon, break it up into chunks, cooked the noodles, tossed in whatever veggie that was in my fridge, squeezed on some lemon and it's done!






Salmon Noodle Salad

Ingredients
250 gm Salmon
Some salt, pepper and mixed dried herbs
Cabbage, Carrot, Coriander and Tomatoes
Fish Sauce and some Olive oil
Dried noodles
1 Lemon

Method
Season the piece of Salmon with some salt, pepper and mixed dried herbs
Pan fry the Salmon, 2 or 3 mins. on each side
Dish out and break into chunks, set aside
Slice up the cabbage and carrot
Dice the tomatoes
Cook the noodles in a pot of  boiling hot water
Drain off  the water and put noodles onto a plate,  drizzle on some fish sauce
and Olive oil, toss it well
Arrange some Salmon chunks, toss in some cabbage,
carrot and tomatoes
Squeeze on some Lemon juice
Serve




I'm linking this post to Little Thumbs Up 'Lemon' hosted by Grace  of  Life can be simple,  organised by Zoe  of  Bake for Happy Kids and  Doreeen  of  My little favourite DIY.


Comments

  1. Simply delicious, Cheah. More salmon for me please.
    Have a great day!
    Angie

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    1. Thank you, Angie.... you have a great week ahead!

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  2. Yummy! I like that this dish is quick and with salmon.. :)

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  3. Wow looks very appetising. And very healthy too with all the food group in there.

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  4. Yum, yum! I would choose this over going out in the humid weather too, nice, healthy and simple meal. Like!

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  5. Very healthy and delicious noodle. So perfect with salmon and lemon juice :)

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    1. Somehow I find that lemon does pair well with Salmon.

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  6. Cheah, this makes for a very satisfying light meal!

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  7. Hi Cheah, very refreshing salad noodles for this hot season.

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  8. I think I could easily make this my dinner!

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    1. Yes, you can dump in whatever veggie you have available.

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  9. Hi Cheah,

    Heard about the non-raining weather in Singapore. I wonder if it is the same weather for you. A nice and tangy salmon salad must be perfect to eat on warm weather.

    Zoe

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