I made this for my family while on vacation and it was fabulous. I wouldn't hesitate to serve this to guests. It was quick and easy to prepare. We will definitely will have this regularly.
Salmon and Bok Choy
daneanp Posted: 09/05/11
shamu23 Posted: 09/14/11
Excellent flavor, super easy and quick preparation. Easy and light enough to make for lunch.
jmeleeS Posted: 10/24/11
I made this recipe for a quick and easy lunch this weekend, and overall my husband liked it, but I thought it was on the boring side for the bok choy with the sauce. I think I would make something similar for another meal, but certainly not be bound specifically by this recipe's ingredients. I would season & grill the fish and just mix some fresh veggies with soy sauce, rice vinegar, ground ginger, honey and a little bit of sesame oil in a wok. Not a difficult recipe, but not stellar enough to ensure I keep around the exact ingredients & measurements.
Bethany101 Posted: 11/29/11
This recipe is a keeper. It's simple but has plenty of flavor. I did not have honey on hand & used agave nector (1.5 tbs) instead.
DaniKeller Posted: 12/07/11
The bok choy was much tastier than I expected. The only thing I changed was, I turned the salmon when I stirred the bok choy stems. So tender and flavorful.
swerner01 Posted: 04/16/12
Very good! Did not have dark sesame oil so I made my own with toasted sesame seeds and canola oil, the sesame seeds were a nice touch. Salmon was very tender and full of flavor as well as the bok choy Will definately make again.
bellymama Posted: 01/09/13
Loved this recipe. Served it with some brown rice for a complete meal. Delicious and easy to make.
Brandee24 Posted: 03/16/13
This was wonderful! It was very quick and easy to make, and easy clean up. Great recipe!
Dorseyl Posted: 06/11/13
This was extremely delicious and the only thing keeping me from rating it a 5 star recipe, is the cooking time difference between the salmon and the boy choy/sauce. My salmon pieces were on the thick side, so while they were still undercooked, the bok choy was getting a little crispy and the sauce was BURNING. I'd certainly make this again but if your salmon is thick, either flip in halfway through or cook the two components separately.