Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s Salmon Ramen Noodle Recipe
Dr Oz spoke about Healthy Food Swaps like miso, but how do you cook with miso?!?! Celebrity Chef, Marcus Samuelsson, joined Doctor Oz to prepare a delicious meal to help you burn calories and get healthy. (Anyone else think he’s hot?!) Audience members watched as the hunky chef turned a pack of high sodium Ramen noodles into a fat-busting meal loaded with healthy proteins and spices that will supercharge your metabolism. (And who couldn’t use that?) The best part is; You can prepare this meal for under $10.
Dr Oz: Salmon Ramen Noodle Recipe
-8 oz (two 4 oz pieces) of salmon
-1 package ramen noodles (do not use the seasoning packet)
-1 qt water
-1 sliced garlic clove
-1 chopped red onion
-2 chopped scallions
-1/2 Tbsp of curry powder (you can also use masala or a masala mix)
-1/2 tsp of miso
-1 tsp of soy sauce
-1 tsp of fish sauce
-4 basil leaves
-4 cherry tomatoes (cut into quarters)
-2 pieces of chopped asparagus
-Juice from 1 lime
-Salt and pepper to taste
-Season the salmon with curry powder (or masala.) Give a generous coating.
-Heat olive oil in sauté pan and sauté the salmon.
-Add red onion
-Sear the salmon for 4 minutes (2 minutes each side).
-Bring water to a boil
-Add cherry tomatoes
-Add fish sauce
-Add soy sauce, miso, lime juice and basil. (this adds more flavor to the dish)
-Add in the ramen noodles and let the mixture simmer for 3 minutes
-Use two bowls to lift salmon the out of the sauté pan to put a piece in each.
-Pour liquid mixture into the sauté pan and let simmer for 2 minutes
-Pour over salmon and serve.
Note: the bigger veggies go in first, lighter things, like tomatoes, add in later. Curry and miso adds natural salt and flavors. This dish contains less than 475 calories and has lots of flavors with the broth.
Trying this dish tonight? Leave me a message and let me know how it tastes. Good luck!