Here is a healthy spicy salmon buddha bowl recipe that is full of flavor. It’s packed with protein, healthy fats, and carbohydrates which is a well-balanced meal for lunch or dinner.
You can also make these ahead to save time and cook salmon fillets in the air fryer to make them crispy.
Spicy Salmon Buddha Bowl Recipe
Salmon & Marinade
- Marinate salmon by combining all ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Rest for 30 minutes.
- Bake salmon for 20 minutes. Ensure you preheat oven for 5 minutes, cook at 180°C, and place on non-stick baking tray.
- Assemble bowls by dividing all ingredients between two round food storage containers.
How Long Does Spicy Salmon Buddha Bowl Last?
Ensure you use an air-tight storage container to keep the creamy tomato soup extra fresh.
|Fridge||3 to 4 days.|
How To Reheat Spicy Salmon Buddha Bowl
You can eat this cold and straight from the fridge if you plan to batch cook or meal prep. However, you can reheat the salmon only if you prefer it hot.
|Microwave||2 minutes, salmon only covered.|
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