Salmon tikka on naan with a cucumber yoghurt (Serves 2) Cals 615pp – Jamie Oliver

This is a fav repeat recipe of mine that is super quick, tasty and filling. It’s from Jamie’s Ministry of Food and I have got lots of people hooked on it.

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2 Naan breads (I use sharwoods garlic and coriander)
2 Salmon fillets, skin removed and sliced length ways into strips (150g each)
1 tbsp tikka paste (20g)
1 chilli pepper
Half a Cucumber (150g)
1 lemon, quartered
100g fat-free natural yoghurt
Coriander, picked, washed and ready to serve

1. Preheat your oven 110C, sprinkle your naan bread with a little water and wrap each bread in tin foil before placing in the oven to warm through.

2. Deseed your chilli and finely chop, half the cucumber length ways and remove the seeds with a spoon. Mix the yoghurt with the juice of half your lemon, tip in most of the chopped chilli, all of the cucumber and mix.

3. Mix the fish with the tikka paste. Heat a non stick pan to a medium to high heat. Place your fish in the pan and cook for 3 minutes on each side until cooked through.

4. Plate up your naans from the oven and top with the yoghurt mix then the salmon before sprinkling the rest of the chopped chilli on top followed with lots of fresh coriander

Serve with the left over lemon wedges for an extra squirt before eating

Nutrition per portion*
Calories 615
Protein 43g
Carbohydrate 49g
Fat 27g
Fibre 5g

Jamie uses tandoori paste in this recipe but I wasn’t able to get any and really like it with the tikka! Nom! X

*Please remember that nutritional information stated in these recipes depend on weights and actual products used so yours may vary.

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