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Salmon en Papillote

 Salmon en Papillote

When I first started this cooking account, a very dear friend of mine reminded me of this recipe which I made for her the summer she came to visit me in Paris!! I promised her to make it again and share it with you all! And now here I am wondering why I haven’t made it more often, it’s quick, it’s healthy and it’s very very yummy!


  • 2 salmon filets
  • Fresh ginger
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1/2 organic lime (zest and juice)
  • 1 tbs olive oil
  • 2 tbs soy sauce
  • 1 carrot (and or courgette)
  • A couple of basil leaves
  • Salt & pepper

How to Make It

Step 1

Preheat the oven to 180°C

Step 2

Grate the ginger, press the garlic and squeeze the lime

Step 3

Spiralize the carrot (or grate)

Step 4

Add the olive oil, lime juice , soy sauce and the minced ginger and garlic, season to taste and mix

Step 5

Place the salmon filets in a Tupperware, add the marinade and marinate for about 10 minutes (or longer if your time allows it)

Step 6

Tear two large sheets of baking parchment, big enough to encase the fish
Place the fish, the carrots (and or courgette) and garnish with some lime zest, a thin rind of lime and a couple of basil leaves
Bring the sides of the parchment up over the salmon and pour half of the remaining marinade over each fillet then scrunch the paper tightly together to seal the fish in a parcel

Step 7

Roast for 15-20 minutes, until the salmon is just cooked through and flakes into large pieces. Serve the fish in the parcel with some basmati rice

Nutritional Info:


Salmon is one of the most nutritious foods on the planet. Salmon is one of the best sources of the long-chain omega 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. Unlike most other fats, omega-3 fats are considered “essential,” meaning you must get them from your diet since your body can’t create them. Salmon is rich in high-quality protein. It is an excellent source of B vitamins as well as being quite high in potassium.

Farm-raised salmon has more dangerous contaminants than wild salmon. When you eat fish, you’re also consuming all of the pollutants the fish is exposed to, including a pollutant known as dioxins. So make sure you know where your salmon is coming from.

Source: Healthline

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