Thai Salmon Parcels
So simple and so quick these salmon parcels will be your new go to meal!
Nutrition (per serving)
salmon fillets4 fillets
thai red curry paste2 tsp
fresh or frozen coriander1 packet
tenderstem broccoli1 packet
red pepper, cut into slices1 pepper
Lay out 4 squares of tin foil big enough to create a parcel.
In the middle of each square add 2/3 tenderstem broccoli and ¼ of the red pepper slices.
Place a salmon fillet on top of each pile of veggies and then spread 1/2 teaspoon of thai red curry paste over the top of each fillet.
Sprinkle over 1 teaspoon of frozen coriander (or small handful of fresh) over each and then seal the foil parcels shut.
Ready to freeze
Place the parcels into a large freezer bag and place in the freezer.
Ready to eat
Remove the parcels from the freezer and leave to defrost. Once defrosted, place still wrapped in the foil onto a baking tray and cook in the oven at 180oc for 20 minutes.
Hi, how long will this keep in the freezer please?
These will last up to 3 months in the freezer. Hope that helps!
Thank you Suzanne, look forward to trying this over the weekend. I did several Tarragon chicken dump bags today, they smell delicious even uncooked!
Wonderful to hear, enjoy!
Absolutely delicious! So easy to make and everyone enjoyed them. Thank you 😊
Great to hear 🙂
Could you use frozen salmon fillets or does it have to be fresh?
You could as long as you work quickly and get the parcels back into the freezer without them defrosting. Hope that helps!
Once defrosted how do you cook these ?
cook for 20 minutes at 180oc on a baking tray still wrapped up in foil. Enjoy!
Could you cook first and then freeze? This is the question relating to all your recipes.
I wouldn’t recommend with these parcels as they will go quite dry if cooked and then frozen. With most of the grab and cook recipes you can cook and then freeze but if it is something like a parcel I would avoid cooking before freezing. Hope that helps!
Just ordered your book !😄
Have this prepped in the freezer now! 🙂
Quick question, is the 180* fan or conventional oven ?:)
That is great to hear, thank you!
This is 180oc conventional, enjoy!
Is there a good substitute for the coriander? (I just don’t like it haha)
Remove it and use parsley or Thai basil. Enjoy!
New to the Batch Lady so far I have made this. It was really delicious.
I plan to do these to cook on the BBQ when we’re away in our Campervan preparing at home before going will work so well.
Welcome Tina, so glad you enjoyed the salmon parcels! Yes would be perfect on the BBQ!