Balearic Bootcamp Recipe

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Hello lovely readers,

I have been asked for more recipes with fish in, so thought I would share this delicious recipe from Hugo from the Balearic Bootcamp on the Ibiza Kitchen. I substituted the soy in the original recipe for tamari, so the recipe is gluten free, but feel free to stick with soy sauce if that’s your preference.

The fish out here is so fresh, and although I cook mainly vegan at home, I do like to have fish every now and again. Especially if it is fresh ocean fish, not the farmed fish, which can be very high in mercury and other toxins harmful to our bodies. Tip: Always buy fresh water fish, not farmed fish. if you can buy Wild Alaskan Salmon then you’re on to a winner!


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  1. Pour the mirim, honey and salt into a pan. Heat slightly until the salt has dissolved. Pour into a box and cool.
  2. Add in thin slices of radish. Pop in the fridge and leave. (This is best done the night before but can be done on the morning  4 hours absolute minimum for marinating.)
  3. Mix the tamari, honey and sesame oil and coat the salmon in a box. Leave in the fridge for about 2 hours.
  4. Turn on the heat and pour in a little sesame oil. Once the pan is hot place the salmon skin down in the pan. Cook for a few minutes. Once the salmon is starting to colour turn over and pour in the marinade juices, this will fry and bubble quickly. Use a spoon to baste the salmon well with the juices as it´s cooking. Once the salmon is pink and just cooked all the way through take out and place the salmon in foil and wrap. Leave on the side.
  5. Keep the heat on medium and add spring onions and garlic to the pan throw in the spinach. At the same time put some broccoli in another pan on a rolling boil for 3 to 4 minutes. Once the spinach is wilted add in the quinoa and stir until warm, place on the plate, unwrap the salmon and place on top. Dress with a few more spring onions, add in the pickled radish and top with a few wasabi seeds. Serve the broccoli separate.


Make sure you check out all the other delicious recipes on The Ibiza Kitchen. There’s a fabulous variety of dishes!

Much love until next time

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