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Salmon en papillote

with crunchy green vegetables

Salmon en papillote with crunchy green vegetables and Japanese sauce Cook Expert
 

Preparation : 15 min Resting : -
Cooking : 50 min Equipment :
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Serves 4 :
125 g mangetout (snow peas)
125 g green beans
½ romanesco broccoli (150g)
2 cm fresh ginger, peeled
1 zucchini (150g), washed
4 salmon fillets (600g)
zest of ½ organic lime
salt, pepper
JAPANESE SAUCE:
8 g bunch chives
1 organic lime (juice + zest)
3 tsp soy sauce
2 tbsp rice vinegar
2 tbsp grapeseed or vegetable oil
1 cm fresh ginger, grated
1Wash the green vegetables. Cut the romanesco broccoli in florets. Top and tail the green beans. Fill the metal bowl with 500ml water. Place the mangetout, beans and broccoli in the steamer basket. Run the STEAM programme for 30 minutes.
2Thinly slice the ginger and courgette. Cut 4 pieces of baking paper in rectangles of 30 x 20cm; lightly brush each sheet with oil. Divide the sliced courgette and ginger between the rectangles, and top with the salmon fillets. Sprinkle with a little lime zest and season.
3Close the papillotes by joining the long sides of the paper and folding them over; then fold the ends underneath like gift wrapped package.
4When the green vegetables are cooked, set aside to keep warm. Place the papillotes in the steamer basket. Run the STEAM programme at 100°C. Add a few more minutes if the fillets are thick.
5Place one papillote on each plate, open, and place the green vegetables beside the salmon. Serve with the Japanese sauce.
Japanese sauce
1Wash and finely slice the chives. Set aside.
2Place the remaining ingredients in a bowl and mix well; add the chives and ginger.
© photographs Sandra Mahut
© Hachette Livre (Marabout) 2016

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Lyn

I prepared this recipe according to the directions, the vegetables were overcooked, I would reduce the cooking time to 15mins and test after 10 mins. The salmon cooked for 20 mins at 100c was perfect. I also reduced the amount of ginger in the salmon papillote and the Japanese sauce. Very tasty I will definitely try again

#Magimix

STEAM programme is an automatic programme so you don't need to change settings (if there is no specific info)

Nanook

Please could you update to say how many minutes to steam the salmon for? Thank you!