Sweet & Sour Glazed Salmon with Sautéed Carrot & Chinese Broccoli

Sweet & Sour Glazed Salmon with Sautéed Carrot & Chinese Broccoli | www.fussfreecooking.com

I love salmon. It is rich, delicate, delicious, nutritious and it is one of those ingredients that the less you fuss over it, the better. I like to balance the richness of salmon with something acidic such as tamarillo salsa, lemon, and for this dish, vinegar, to offset this little fatty fish heh!

Glazed salmon is such a popular pairing (plus it sounded delectable!), so I decided to take the path of Chinese sweet and sour glazed which is made up of an equal proportion of brown sugar, soy sauce and white vinegar. It is without a doubt that this is an easy glaze formula you can remember huh?

Since I didn’t want to leave you without a balanced diet, I have also included a super easy Chinese broccoli and carrot stir fry to go with the salmon. You may notice there’s minimal seasoning for the stir fry because the glaze for the salmon could double as the sauce for the vegetables too!

Bon Appetite!

Sweet & Sour Glazed Salmon with Sautéed Carrot & Chinese Broccoli | www.fussfreecooking.com
Sweet & Sour Glazed Salmon with Sautéed Carrot & Chinese Broccoli | www.fussfreecooking.com
Sweet & Sour Glazed Salmon with Sautéed Carrot & Chinese Broccoli | www.fussfreecooking.com

Sweet & Sour Glazed Salmon with Sautéed Carrot & Chinese Broccoli | www.fussfreecooking.com

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5 thoughts on “Sweet & Sour Glazed Salmon with Sautéed Carrot & Chinese Broccoli

  1. I made this tonight for my husband and I and it was INCREDIBLE!! I used bok choy instead of the Chinese broccoli because that’s all my grocer had. Thank you for this recipe! I will make it again to impress company!

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