Sizzling salmon with bean mash

Sizzling salmon with bean mash

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(33 ratings)

Prep: 15 mins

Easy

Serves 4
Sara Buenfeld creates a stylish main course in minutes that's smart enough for casual entertaining.

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition:

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Ingredients

  • 4 skinless salmon fillets, about 175g/6oz
  • 1 lime
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  • 3 tbsp clear honey
  • 1 tbsp wholegrain mustard
  • 3 x 410g cans butter beans, rinsed
  • 25g butter
    Butter

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    Butter is made when lactic-acid producing bacteria are added to cream and churned to make an…

  • 5 tbsp crème fraîche
  • 1 garlic clove, crushed
  • 100g bag rocket
    Rocket

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Method

  1. Set the grill to its highest setting. Put the salmon fillets flesh-side up and evenly spaced in a shallow flameproof dish. Finely grate the zest of the lime into a bowl, then squeeze in the juice and stir in the honey, mustard and a good sprinkling of salt. Pour the mixture over the salmon and grill, without turning, for 5-6 minutes until it’s golden on top and cooked through (check the centre with a fork).

  2. Meanwhile, tip the beans into a saucepan and add the butter, crème fraîche, garlic and plenty of salt and pepper. Turn the heat on to moderate and coarsely mash everything together – a wooden spoon or a masher will do the job – until hot and bubbling. This only takes a few minutes as the beans are already cooked.Tip in the rocket and stir into the mash until it’s hot and just wilted.

  3. Serve the salmon on the mash, drizzled with the cooking juices.

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hannah193
31st Oct, 2017
3.8
Lovely recipe but the salmon was nowhere near cooked through in the recommended cooking time. I had to double it! Other than that, a delicious, very quick meal.
Porri
25th Jul, 2016
5.05
Loved this. I thought it would divide the family but actually it was liked by everyone! We didn't have any creme fraiche so used some soft cream cheese, and no rocket so we added peas. The only change I would make would be to crisp up the skin, I get the whole flesh side up bit, but I'm not a fan of soggy skin.
Renka
15th Sep, 2014
I set the search for a salmon recipe under 250 cals per portion. This was at the top of the list...at 860 cals per portion it hardly fits the search criteria.
ppp-99
27th Apr, 2013
4.05
This was lovely and the beans worked really well. I cooked the salmon in the oven but I think I'll double the quantity of the sauce next time as I'd prefer a bit more to drizzle.
sparky123
15th Feb, 2013
5.05
I really enjoyed cooking & eating this recipe. The sauce is sweet & zingy going perfectly with the salmon & bean mash. I didn't grill my salmon but put it in the oven in a dish with all the sauce, so there was plenty of sauce to pour over it all when plated up. Also served with slightly roasted cherry tomatoes on the vine. Delicious !
lolomuds
31st Oct, 2011
Lovely dish! Very impressed and very easy for a Monday night tea! My 16 month old loves it too. This will become a family favourite.
baconbuttie
7th Sep, 2011
4.05
Lovely easy meal to make for dnner. Salmon marinade/sauce easy to make and tasty. Let it go crunchy on top of salmon. Butter bean mix lovely and creamy, will use this with other meat/fish.
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sllyst
22nd Jul, 2011
5.05
Delicious and nutritious! Fine the grill on the highest setting burns the mixture so will cook it lower next time to have the juices left.
emsmith
29th Jun, 2011
3.05
The flavours were all great but the dish didn't really turn out as I'd hoped. The bean mash was very dry and required a good slug of stock to moisten it up. The rocket was also very overpowering - I would either use a lot less or substitute it with baby spinach. And by the time the salmon was cooked through under the grill there was very little in the way of 'cooking juices' to drizzle over the dish since it had pretty much dried up. I had to serve it with lime wedges instead. Good flavours, though. And the beans made a pleasant departure, carb-wise, from potatoes or rice.
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maipenrai1
2nd Nov, 2010
Not a bad recipe, but we found the beans a little bland.

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