Salmon with Lime-Soy Glaze and Crunchy Bok Choy Slaw

Despite sounding fancy, this dinner is incredibly easy to prep and comes together in 20 minutes.

It’s a great week night or weekend option.

The broiler is your best friend and ensures that you have a sweet crust and crispy skin without overcooking the salmon.

On the side, a crunchy slaw with just enough spice.

The salmon is brushed with a glaze made up of tamari, lime juice and garlic before being broiled.  Halfway during the cooking process, brush the salmon with even more glaze.  Sticky and sweet!

The boy choy slaw is simply thinly sliced bok choy and sliced bell pepper that is tossed with a dressing.  The dressing is a mixture of rice vinegar for some tang, sesame oil for nuttiness and Sriracha for a little heat.

Salmon is one of my favorite types of fish to eat and I don’t eat it near enough.

Incredibly delicious with lots of colors and flavors and textures.

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