You might be avoiding salad as you find it too cold and prefer hot meals. If you want a nice hot addition to your salad then this could be for you. Honey and soy salmon salad is a great way to have a healthy warm salad that is full of flavour.

What salad should you enjoy with this honey salmon?

The choice is yours as to what salad items you think works well with this. My suggestions in the recipe below are merely suggestions. If you prefer different items in your salad then go ahead. It is your meal after all and there is no point in having something you don’t enjoy.

Bowl of salad
Bowl of salad

I like a plain salad on some occasions with just leaves, tomatoes and cucumber but other times I like to have baby corn, pepper, grapes and a whole selection of other things. Make this salmon salad however you prefer.

What do you enjoy in a salad? Do let me know in the comments below it may be something I haven’t tried yet or it might give others some inspiration.

Can I make this in advance for a work lunch?

If you are happy to eat the salmon cold then this is a great way of having a nice interesting salad for your lunch at work. All those who bring the same boring sandwich every day will be jealous of your lovely healthy salad too I am sure.

If you want to have it hot then why not bring the salmon raw with the glaze and cook it in the microwave? Salmon cooks easily in the microwave but needs steam to cook it well so is best taken in a suitable plastic tub then microwaves with the lid loosened.

Cook for around 3.5 minutes depending on the size of the piece of salmon. Ensure that there is no bright orange fish in the middle of the piece before serving.

Honey soy salmon salad
Honey soy salmon salad

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Just Average Jen is an independent blog and in no way connected with any weight loss plan and no contributors have been trained by them or worked for them. It is the reader’s responsibility to check Slimming World syn values, WW points and any other allowances themselves as those given are approximate.

Tips to enjoy this salad on a diet

If you follow Slimming World, Weight Watchers (WW), Noom or any other weight loss plan you can usually count the ingredients within this recipe in your allowances. It is of course important to check yourself any plan you follow and remember all nutritional information and ingredients are found in the recipe card below.

If you follow Slimming World then the honey in this recipe means that this salad is around 1 syn per portion. I want to ensure you enjoy your salad so here are some tips which may help you. Honey in some recipes won’t do you any harm it is minimal syns. Remember olives are synned if you want those on your salad.

Make a salad more filling by adding cooked pasta, potatoes, rice or couscous.

Instead of mayonnaise why not try a fat-free natural yoghurt.

If you really want mayonnaise use lighter than light mayonnaise as the taste difference is minimal but the syns difference is massive!

Make salad last longer in the fridge by adding a piece of kitchen roll to any open bags.

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Other recipes you may enjoy

If you have enjoyed this salmon salad for lunch then why not check out all my other lunch suggestions? There is something for everyone whether you work at home, in an office or on the go.

If you like salmon be sure to check out my smoked salmon pasta recipe too.

This Sticky chicken salad recipe is very similar to this one so I am sure you will enjoy that too.

Sticky chicken salad
Sticky chicken salad
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Honey soy salmon salad

How to make an easy honey and soy salmon salad

  • Author: Jen Mellor
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 6 Minutes
  • Total Time: 41 Minutes
  • Yield: 1 Portion 1x
  • Category: Main Meal
  • Method: Easy
  • Diet: Low Calorie

Description

Tasty and nutritious honey and soy salmon salad for a great lunch and easy meal for one.


Ingredients

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Half a tbsp clear honey

Half a teaspoon Balsamic vinegar

1 tbsp Light soy sauce

125g piece of salmon fillet

Handful of salad leaves

6 cherry tomatoes


Instructions

Mix the balsamic vinegar, honey and soy sauce together in a bowl.

Spread the marinade over the salmon and leave to marinate in the fridge for 30 minutes. If it marinates longer this won’t be a problem.

Using low-calorie cooking spray if needed (you shouldn’t need it in a non-stick pan) fry the salmon fillet for around 3 minutes each side on a medium high heat until cooked through.

Meanwhile, prepare the salad.

Serve the warm salmon over the salad.

If there is any remaining sticky marinade in the pan after frying this can be poured over the salad for extra flavour.



Keywords: Salmon salad, healthy salad, honey and soy salmon, Slimming World salad, low syn meal,

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Easy and healthy soy and honey salmon salad

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  1. Simple but so tasty! I have had it both hot and cold – no preference actually. Often, I’ll make two salmon fillets on the Sunday and have one warm that day and the other cold to take the work. I like grapes in my salads too – chunks of apple and celery, too.