Baked Salmon with Cranberry Almond Wild Rice

19 Oct

Sorry for the poor photo quality.  I was lazy.

For the salmon:

salmon
soy sauce
garlic (fresh or powder)
fresh or ground ginger
brown sugar
cayenne
sesame seeds

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Place the salmon in an olive-oil coated baking dish.

To each salmon add a little soy sauce.

Sprinkle on the cayenne, garlic and ginger (if fresh just spread it on).

Add on some brown sugar (if you like it sweeter add more, if not, add less.  I added about a tablespoon per filet).

Sprinkle on the sesame seeds.

Bake for about 15 minutes or until cooked through, depending on the size of the fish.

For the rice:

wild rice/brown rice mix
broth (vegetable or chicken)
dried cranberries
almonds, chopped
frozen peas
salt and pepper

Cook the rice in the broth according to the directions, but add the frozen peas in at the last minute so hat they barely cook.

When cooked, mix in as much cranberries and chopped almonds as you’d like.

Add the salt and pepper to taste.


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One Response to “Baked Salmon with Cranberry Almond Wild Rice”

  1. Today's Recipes October 19, 2011 at 11:33 pm #

    Great post thanks for sharing this!

    Check out today’s recipe – Tasty Coffee Rolls

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