RECIPE (For 1)
1 Salmon Fillet
1 Handful Mix Seafood
½ Red Onion (Brunoise)
3 Pieces of Fried Tofu (from your local asian supermarket, or homemade)
6 Broccoli Florets (sliced)
1 Handful of Green Leafy Vegs (Kale, Cabbage, Greens, etc.)
1 Sachet of Organic Miso
½ Litre of Fish Stock (home or ready-made)
3 Small Pieces of Wakame (dried)
If you are using a concentrated Fish Stock, or a cube, re-hydrate the stock with the appropriate amount of water. If you are using homemade stock from fresh or frozen, just place it in a pan and warm gently with the sachet of Miso. Dip the Salmon Fillet in the simmering stock, the smaller the pieces the quicker it will cook, and subsequently dry.
After 1 minute add the seafood mix (if you are using frozen), otherwise set aside until the end of the recipe. Add the Wakame, and let it re-hydrate gently.
Now add all the other ingredients: the chopped Red Onion, the Broccoli and Green Leafy vegetables, and the Tofu. Add the Fresh/defrosted Seafood. Let to simmer for 5 minutes. Check seasoning and add salt if necessary.
If you want a more substantial meal you can add any Noodles, even Gluten-Free Noodles. Make sure to quickly boil them first, to remove the starch. Drain, rinse and add to Soup.
This recipe is so simple and healthy that it can truly be prepared in less than 10 minutes, without any cooking skills, and be enjoyed fully... Even... If you are cooking for one. Remember the most important person is you. Cook food that you love and take the time and pleasure to enjoy it!
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