On a whim, I used the air fryer to make a salmon nugget, but I didn't expect it to be well-received, and I succeeded in getting the appetite of the whole family. A simple and easy-to-make "American meal".
Some salmon, starch, soy sauce, pepper, oyster sauce, honey, sesame
1. Cut the salmon into cubes, about 1.5-2 cm square
2. Pickling is actually very simple, just add a small amount of light soy sauce (one or two tablespoons), a small amount of oyster sauce (similar to light soy sauce), add an appropriate amount of pepper and a lot of honey to mix well. Marinate for about 15min (the longer it marinates, the more delicious it will be, if appropriate, you can put less soy sauce in oyster sauce)
3. Add dry starch, it is enough to have a thin batter on the surface of the salmon. Sprinkle sesame seeds to increase the fragrance
4. Spray oil on the baking paper of the air fryer, and put the marinated salmon in a space.
5. Bake at 380 degrees for 12-15min
6. Flip the salmon over and bake for about 3-5 minutes (if you like crispier skin, you can bake for an additional 5 minutes. On the premise of ensuring that the skin is not burnt, the crust can be as crispy as possible)
Served with garlic broccoli🥦 and multi-grain rice, it simply won 10 out of 10 points from teammates. The skin is crispy in one bite, with the plump meat of the salmon, and the natural sweetness of honey, a wonderful combination of salty and sweet, which can be regarded as a "seafood feast" in the central region.
One-time and even the next day's lunch is ready, delicious, fast, and healthy~
This honey-glazed salmon is perfectly combined with the natural sweetness of honey and the thick and delicate flesh of the salmon. Every bite is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, sweet and delicious. But in fact, for those who don’t like sweetness, honey can be completely omitted. Simply using oyster sauce and light soy sauce with salmon’s seafood taste is also very good!