Coconut Miso Salmon, Your Umami-Packed One-Pan Recipe

Coconut Miso Salmon, Your Umami-Packed One-Pan Recipe

Coconut Miso Salmon Recipe That’s Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Low in Carbs, and Packed With Umami

Having one of those days but you still want a proper meal at home over eating out? Then you’ll absolutely love this recipe.

This one-pan recipe by our Cosmic Cookware friend, Liv Kaplan, is an umami-packed treasure that is dairy-free, gluten-free, and low in carbs. Some of you may have seen a similar recipe made with curry powder, but this particular coconut miso salmon curry skips curry powder and hot spices for a more comforting and non-spicy version for the family.

It’s incredibly versatile because you can go from low to moderate carbs simply by serving steamed Jasmine rice with it. That said, having the dish without rice is delicious on its own!

Salmon cooked in coconut miso. Deliciously gluten-free, dairy-free, and low in carbs!

What Makes This Recipe Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, and Low-Carb?

No Wheat-Based Ingredients = No Chance of Gluten

The recipe doesn’t call for grain or any wheat-based ingredients that commonly contain gluten. So there are no chances for any hidden occurrences of gluten with this recipe, perfect for those who face gluten-intolerance or celiac disease.

We also avoided soy sauce in favour of tamari, a type of Japanese soy sauce made with little to no wheat that is darker in colour with stronger umami flavours. Remember, when it comes to umami, saltier doesn't mean better!

Keeping it Dairy-Free with Coconut Milk

What makes the recipe truly creamy and delicious is how coconut milk is used instead of dairy. So even loved ones with lactose-intolerance or dairy sensitivity can enjoy a wholesome plate of creamy stew.

Low-Carb Ingredients Only, But You Can Bump Up the Carbs Too

If you’re on a calorie deficit plan, you’ll love how this recipe incorporates low-carb ingredients while keeping it packed with flavours. It excludes high-carb suspects of grains and potatoes in favour of salmon, turmeric, broccolini, garlic, and ginger, all of which are low in carbohydrates.

Though we mentioned this recipe goes well with steamed rice, we’d also recommend substituting it with cauliflower rice as a yummy low-carb alternative.

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