Imposter Syndrome Dinner
Yes, I'm owning it from the very beginning. I claim imposter syndrome for this dish that I've developed. Okay, not exactly imposter syndrome, but with sincere apologies to all of the Asian countries and their traditional cuisine, I present to you my Asian-Inspired Salmon with Cabbage Noodles.
- You can forget about the cabbage and use noodles or rice.
- Substitute 2 lbs of extra-large shrimp for the salmon. Or use chicken tenderloins.
- If you're following a Vegan diet, replace the cream and cream cheese with one can of unsweetened coconut milk, vegetable stock instead of chicken stock and use cauliflower instead of the salmon.
- Instead of cabbage, use 1 cup each of thinly sliced celery and carrots and two cups of cooked lentils.
|Cook skin side down. Once it releases easily, move to a plate.|
|The white substance that solidifies on the flesh side is just protein.|
Looks icky. Perfectly safe and fine to eat.
|Add the cabbage in two batches.|
|Once the cabbage has softened, add the salmon, flesh side down.|