This Easy Hoisin Glazed Salmon Meal Prep is perfect for those who may not be able to heat up their lunches. Delicious whether warm or cold, this earthy but sweet hoisin glazed salmon is just what you need for your meal.
To make the hoisin glaze, mix together the soy sauce, water, hoisin sauce, garlic, ginger, honey, and the juice of a lime together in a pot. Then simmer the sauce until it reduces to a thicker consistency.
Brush the salmon fillets with the mixture (see notes for more) before placing them into the oven to bake for 17-20 minutes.
To serve, I made a simple salad that consisted of spring greens, edamame beans, sliced carrot, corn, and some peanuts for an added crunch. This salmon and salad combo can be serve cold, perfect for work - just break up the salad and mix it together with the salad!
To max out the flavour of this hoisin salmon meal prep, I brushed on the glaze three times - at the start, half way through baking, and at the end.To keep things sanitary, I washed my brush and transferred the sauce each time into a separate small bowl so when I dip the brush back into the sauce, I wouldn't be using the same brush that brushed raw salmon and cooked salmon.If you have more time, instead of brushing the glaze on multiple times, I'd suggest marinating the salmon in the sauce instead.The nutritional data below is just for the salmon itself.