Salmon bake & Roasted tomatoes risotto
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Salmon bake & Roasted tomatoes risotto

There is nothing more delicious in my mind than a filet of Salmon baked in white wine in the oven with an indulgent risotto made out of beautiful roasted cherry tomatoes and garlic. With just a bit of preparation, you end up with a healthy plate of both delicious and comforting food to pass the winter.  Here's how to get started.

Juliette B

Ingredients

2-serving
  1. 2 Salmon fillets
  2. 1 Carrot ,
  3. 1 zucchini
  4. 1 Lemon
  5. 1 cherry tomatoes Box of
  6. 2 Green tomatoes
  7. 1 Garlic head
  8. 1 Onion
  9. Risotto Rice
  10. White Wine
  11. Olive Oil
  12. 1 Bouquet garni
  13. Bay leaves
  14. White pepper
  15. Cilantro grains
  16. Parmesan
  17. Butter
  18. Chicken stock
  19. Parsley
  20. Balsamic vinegar

Method

30 mins
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    Start by preparing your bouillon: in a big pot, bring to a boil a chicken stock with a bouquet garni, few bay leaves, white pepper and cilantro grains and a bit of salt. Leave it to bubble away.

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    In an oven-proof dish: put your tomatoes, half an onion and the garlic head cut in two. Season with salt and pepper, a bit of balsamic vinegar and a good virgin olive oil. Place in the oven for 25 minutes at 180 °C.

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    But your salmon in a small cake dish. Cover with carrot and zucchini chopped finely, add salt and pepper, a cup of white wine, a bit of olive oil and the zest of your lemon. Place in the oven with the tomatoes for 15 minutes

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    Cook the rest of your onion in olive oil. Once translucid, add your rice and leave it to warm for 30 sec. Add a glass of wine and stir until incorporated. Then add your bouillon once spoon at a time until your risotto is ready. Add grated parmesan at the end with a nub of butter. Season with salt and pepper and add your mashed roasted tomatoes with 6 to 8 garlic cloves and your onion.

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    Serve everything with a bit of parsley and dress your salmon with lemon juice/your risotto with a bit more of grated parmesan.

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