Asian Slaw Miso Salmon

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Main Courses | Sep, 10 2018

Asian Slaw Miso Salmon

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Asian Slaw mixed with Homemade Miso Dressing topped with a Miso Glaze Salmon. Paired with a side of Butternut Squash Pasta.

This meal is packed with cancer fighting nutrients. The Asian slaw contains cruciferous vegetables, which contain a plant substance, indole-3-carbinol that can help the body excrete estrogen and other hormones. Miso has been linked with 50% reduced risk of breast cancer. – As reported by the Journal of the National Cancer institute. 

This Asian inspired meal altogether contains great amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, phytonutrients, fiber, antioxidants, protein, magnesium, potassium, B vitamins, Vitamin E, and other essential vitamins and minerals. Bon Appétit!

Servings: 2-3

For the Asian Slaw:

1 ½ cups Purple Cabbage, sliced julienne style

1 ½ cups Green Cabbage, sliced julienne style

½ Cucumber, skinned removed(optional), julienne style

1 large carrot, julienne style

½ cup Cilantro, chopped

2 Green Onions, chopped

Mix all ingredients in a large bowl.

For the Miso Dressing:

1 tsp Ginger Root, grated

1 ½ tbsp Sweet/White Miso paste

2 tbsp Tahini

2 tbsp Tamari (Low sodium/Gluten Free Soy Sauce)

1 tsp Garlic Powder

1/3 cup Rice Vinegar

Mix all the ingredients. Pour the dressing over the Asian Slaw and mix well.

For the Wild Salmon:


3 Garlic Cloves, mashed and minced

1 tbsp Miso Paste

4 tbsp Soy Sauce

1 tbsp Coconut Palm Sugar, optional

Mix all the ingredients in a bowl 

Slice the Salmon into appropriate slices. Place salmon in the marinate for 20 minutes.

Broil the salmon for 12 Minutes or until done to your liking. Half way through cooking take the salmon out of the oven and put the excessive marinate back on top of the salmon. Place back into oven to finish cooking

For the Butternut Squash Pasta:


2 cups Butternut squash noodles

2 tsp coconut oil or another high heat oil

1 cup Shitake Mushrooms, sliced

Salt and pepper


Heat oil in your safe cookware over medium-high heat. Sauté the mushrooms for about 5 minutes then add the Butternut squash noodles and cook for 5-7 more minutes. Enjoy! 


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