This Asian-inspired dinner recipe packs a huge flavor punch! A zesty Citrus Ginger Salmon with Sticky Garlic Noodles that’s gluten-free, top 7 allergen-free, even sesame-free! Sweet, savory, tangy, and umami, a healthy allergy-friendly meal that will wow anyone’s taste buds!
So many celiacs and food allergy sufferers feel like they can never enjoy a delicious flavorful meal, especially one that doesn’t take separate and special preparation from what they rest of their family is eating. Maybe it’s gluten, wheat, egg, dairy, tree nuts, peanuts, soy, even sesame, something like Citrus Ginger Salmon with Sticky Garlic Noodles sounds like a pipe dream. Let alone having such a delicious sounding Asian-inspired meal be so easy and no-fuss that you can make it right in your own home. Until now…
What’s the secret to this easy allergen-friendly Citrus Ginger Salmon and Sticky Garlic Noodles?
Let me introduce you to Hook Line and Savor! Hook Line and Savor is the brainchild of Frederica, an employee of Gorton’s Seafood AND a mother to a food allergic child. She wanted to create meals that would be gluten-free, allergy-friendly (no wheat, eggs, dairy, tree nuts, peanuts, or soy!), and still with the delicious high-quality and sustainable seafood that she loved. She worked with a group of colleagues at Gorton’s to develop this new brand with a powerful mission of safe allergen-friendly food, transparency, traceability with Catch Codes, sustainability and giving back (partnering with SeaShare to help further their mission; donating 5% of profits to SeaShare for each item sold).
How do you make this tangy citrus ginger salmon?
The Hook Line and Savor Citrus Ginger Salmon with Garlic and Brown Sugar Sauce comes proportioned, seasoned, and frozen with two servings per pack. No thawing required to make this salmon either! Just pop it on a lined tray and bake! The sauces come in individual serving packs that you thaw under warm water. You can use as much or as little sauce as you want this way! So while this citrus ginger salmon is baking up, you can make one delicious sweet and garlicky side dish to go with it!
How do you make the gluten-free sticky garlic noodles?
Taking a note from the flavors in the garlic brown sugar sauce that comes with the salmon, some sweet, sticky, garlic noodles sounded like just the thing! All you need is some gluten-free spaghetti noodles, some carrots, snow peas, onion, minced garlic (obviously!), brown sugar (or erythritol brown sugar, which you know is my jam), chili paste (optional), and coconut aminos! Cook the noodles, let them drain, and in the same pot, saute the veggies, add the noodles and flavoring, and BAM! Perfect, easy peasy, gluten-free sticky noodles!
This salmon and noodle dinner is such a perfect, delicious, flavor-packed meal! It’s easy, allergy-friendly, gluten-free, and perfect for getting more sustainable wild caught fish into you and your family’s diet! You can have your own restaurant-quality Asian-inspired meal in just 30 minutes! You know I don’t settle for bland and boring food and this allergy-friendly meal is far from it and I know you’ll be feeling the same way when you add this to the weekly dinner menu!
Citrus Ginger Salmon with Sticky Garlic Noodles
- 2 Citrus Ginger Salmon Fillets
- 2 Garlic & Brown Sugar Sauce Packets
- Sticky Garlic Noodles:
- 6 oz Gluten-Free Spaghetti Noodles
- 1 TB Neutral Oil
- ½ Cup Chopped Carrots
- ½ Cup Sliced Snow Peas
- ½ Cup Chopped Onion
- 1½ Tsp Minced Garlic
- ½ Tsp Pureed Ginger
- 1 Tsp Chili Paste (optional)
- 3 TB Erythritol Brown Sugar (or preferred brown sugar)
- 3 TB Coconut Aminos
- Preheat the oven to 400°F.
- Bake the salmon fillets on a lined baking sheet according to package directions (about 26-28 mins).
- Thaw the packets of sauce under warm water and set aside.
- In a large pot, boil the noodles on the stove for about 8 minutes, drain, and set aside.
- In the same pot, heat the tablespoon of oil over medium high heat, add the carrot, snow peas, onion, garlic, and ginger.
- Saute until the veggies begin to soften, then add the noodles, optional chili paste, brown sugar, and coconut aminos.
- Saute and stir everything together for about 5 minutes.
- Once the salmon is cooked, first plate the noodles, top with a fillet of salmon, and drizzle on the garlic & brown sugar sauce, as desired.
You’re not only going to be stocking up on the Citrus Ginger Salmon; Hook Line and Savor also has a Black Bean Crusted Cod with Roasted Corn & Red Pepper Salsa and a Crispy Beer Battered Haddock with Classic New England Tartar Sauce! And yes! They are all just as allergy-friendly! There’s something for everyone in that line up and the perfect entree portion to inspire some creative side dishes like the sticky garlic noodles I made for the salmon! Hook Line and Savor will be expanding availability over the next few months and in 2019, so go check out their locator and get stocking your freezer!
So tell me:
+ Which of Hook Line and Savor’s fishes do you want to try first? (They are all SO good!)
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