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Seared Salmon Oatmeal Bowl

This healthy savory oatmeal bowl with seared salmon makes for a super simple post-workout meal.
Seared Salmon Oatmeal Bowl Recipe | SideChef
This healthy savory oatmeal bowl with seared salmon makes for a super simple post-workout meal.

How To Make Seared Salmon Oatmeal Bowl

How To Prepare Savory Oatmeal

Cook the old fashioned rolled oats in water together with the flaxseed, wheat bran, and chia. Make sure you use a medium size saucepan or small pot and cover the dry ingredients with water. Let the mixture simmer and stir it well from the bottom and cook for about 15 minutes or until savory oatmeal is cooked through and creamy. Add in the cashew butter and stir well, your oatmeal will become thicker after adding the cashew butter. Off the heat and set aside until ready to serve.

How To Sear Salmon Fillet

Season the salmon fillet on all sides with some salt and pepper. Heat the skillet or frying pan with a little oil of your choice. Once the pan is hot, cook the salmon fillets for about 3 minutes per side or just until the salmon is cooked through and has a great sear color.

Ingredients & Substitutions

  • Old-Fashioned Rolled Oats - a true classic oatmeal that is perfect for this savory oatmeal recipe because of its bigger oats and texture. When cooked, it can have a similar texture to porridge.
  • Wheat Bran - an excellent source of fiber! Adds a slightly sweet, nutter, and savory flavor to this oatmeal recipe.
  • Ground Flaxseed - also adds mild nutty flavor and packed with omega-3, helps in digestion, and also helps lowering blood sugar. You can easily find this in supermarkets, Bob’s Red Mill is one of the popular brands that has this.
  • Chia Seeds - another classic and popular superfood that is known for its health benefits like antioxidants and omega-3. The texture of chia changes when soaked or cooked, it becomes more gel-like with a little pop of crunchiness.
  • Cashew Butter - you can use any cashew butter from the store but if you have some cashew nuts sitting, you can whip your own Cashew Butter at home in just 10 minutes!
  • Wild Salmon Fillets - this meaty and flavorful fish is a great source of vitamin D. You can easily buy skinless salmon fillets in the frozen section or fresh ones in the market. If using frozen salmon fillets, thaw them in the refrigerator overnight before cooking.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it good to eat oatmeal for dinner?

Oats are very healthy, packed with fiber, and heart-healthy benefits! They are also very filling, keeping hunger pangs at bay especially at night.

Can I use almond butter in my oatmeal?

Of course! Use any nut butter you like or have on hand.

Can I substitute old-fashioned oats for quick-cooking oats?

Quick-cooking oats cook faster and have a more delicate texture than old fashioned oats. If you want a thicker and heartier consistency, use old fashioned oats.

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Daniela grew up in Italy, learning her passion for cooking and culinary secrets from her grandmother. Today she teaches and blogs in Shanghai.
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Ingredients

Servings
2
US / METRIC
3/4 cup
Wheat Bran
2 Tbsp
Ground Flaxseed
1 tsp
Chia Seeds
2 Tbsp
Cashew Butter
to taste
Multi-Colored Sprouts
as needed
Water
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Nutrition Per Serving

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CALORIES
470
FAT
24.1 g
PROTEIN
29.8 g
CARBS
43.4 g

Cooking Instructions

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Step 1
In a saucepan, place the Old Fashioned Rolled Oats (1/2 cup) , Wheat Bran (3/4 cup) , Ground Flaxseed (2 Tbsp) , and Chia Seeds (1 tsp) .
Step 2
Cover with Water (as needed) , bring to a simmer and cook on low for about 15 minutes, or until nice and creamy.
Step 3
Stir in Cashew Butter (2 Tbsp) until everything is nice and combined.
Step 4
Heat up a skillet, add the Wild Salmon Fillets (2) . Season with Himalayan Rock Salt (to taste) and Ground Black Pepper (to taste) and cook for 3 minutes.
Step 5
Flip fish and cook for 2-3 more minutes.
Step 6
Divide the oatmeal between 2 plates, add one salmon fillet per serving, and decorate with some Multi-Colored Sprouts (to taste) . Serve it up and enjoy!
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Nutrition Per Serving
Calories
470
% Daily Value*
Fat
24.1 g
31%
Saturated Fat
3.9 g
20%
Trans Fat
0.0 g
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Cholesterol
51.7 mg
17%
Carbohydrates
43.4 g
16%
Fiber
16.6 g
59%
Sugars
2.5 g
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Protein
29.8 g
60%
Sodium
101.1 mg
4%
Vitamin D
--
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Calcium
81.7 mg
6%
Iron
6.2 mg
34%
Potassium
852.3 mg
18%
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