Fresh salmon cubes crusted with almonds and black sesame seeds then fried to perfection in the air fryer served over glass noodles with a bed of sautéed cabbage, garlic fried mushrooms, sweet potato rounds and avocado. Fast and easy dinner recipe ready in 30 minutes.
Crunchy almond crusted salmon served with a delicious Asian inspired savory sauce make for a delicious dinner loaded with veggies and served with glass noodles for a complete meal.
We try to eat seafood at least twice a week. Salmon is definitely a favorite in the fish category, its rich and buttery and can easily be substituted in a dish since you wont get that pronounced fish smell and taste.
This bowl is a great way to use up some leftover veggies and basically add in whatever you have on hand. We used mushrooms, sweet potatoes and red cabbage in our version. Feel free to use bok choy, broccoli, peppers or carrots. You can even substitute the glass noodles for healthy rice or even salad greens.
For the salmon we decided to cut it into triangle cubes for a fun presentation and something more bite size. You can of course serve the salmon as a fillet overtop of your bowl. We fried the salmon cubes in the air fryer, but you can certainly oven bake the salmon or shallow fry.
This dish was delicious but does require a bit of effort. For the cabbage we sautéed it in a little bit of sesame oil rather than leaving it raw. This adds a nice texture and flavor to the cabbage. Of course we cooked our mushrooms in garlic oil and crisped the sweet potato rounds which all just adds so much flavor and depth to the bowl. For any picky eaters out there this is a great seafood dish you’ll enjoy!