Salmon Rainbow Rice Bowl

Card Color
#a1c6eb
Card Label
Fish
Recipe Name
Salmon Rainbow Rice Bowl
Difficulty
Easy
Preparation Time
5-10 mins
Cooking Time
45 mins
Total Time
50 mins
Serves
2
Ingredients
  • 2salmon portions
  • 3tbspolive oil
  • 2shallots, finely diced
  • 3garlic cloves, minced
  • 1red pepper, diced
  • 1yellow pepper, diced
  • 1green pepper, diced
  • 300gLong grain rice
  • 720ml stock, vegetable or fish • Saffron
  • PinchSalt and pepper to taste
  • 1tsp chilli paste
  • 1/2Red Chilli, sliced
  • HandhfulCoriander leaves
  • HandfulCarrots, cut into even sized pieces
  • HandfulBaby courgettes
  • HandfulBaby corn, cut in half length ways
  • Handful Mini Peppers
Method
  • Step 1Combine the marinade ingredients together and brush over the salmon. Cover and set aside until rice is cooked.
  • Step 2For the rice, firstly select the sear setting on your Good to Go Multi-Cooker and allow to heat. Add the shallots and garlic to the pot and whilst stirring regularly cook for approx. ½ - 1 minute until golden brown.
  • Step 3Stir in the peppers. Cook for a further 30 seconds. Add the rice, stock, saffron and seasoning. Combine the ingredients before placing the lid on top of the pot. Select the rice setting on the control panel and allow the rice to cook. Approx. 30 minutes
  • Step 4Once cooked, remove the rice from the multi-cooker pot and set aside. Make sure the rice is piping hot before serving.
  • Step 5For the salmon, clean and dry the multi-cooker pot before adding the steaming rack. Add water to just below the steaming rack.
  • Step 6Place the marinated salmon and vegetables onto the steaming rack, place the lid on top. Select the steam function on the control panel and steam for 12-17 minutes until salmon is cooked through.
  • Step 7To serve, place some rice in the bottom of serving bowl and top with salmon and vegetables
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    Price £79.99
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Russell Hobbs

Russell Hobbs was founded in the UK in 1952 by Bill Russell and Peter Hobbs, whose combined design and engineering flair allowed them to launch a company that remains a leading brand to this day. Over the years, Russell Hobbs has built up a legacy of design and innovation that placed the brand at the heart of the consumer’s home. The first automatic switch off kettle, the first automatic coffee maker and even the first plastic kettle were all Russell Hobbs innovations.