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Nova Scotia Salmon



4 portion(s)

4 pieces of salmon


  • 200-300 grams rice, white or basmati
  • 900 grams water


  • 125 grams Fruit Juice (your choice), I use apple mango traditionally it is orange
  • 125 grams Muscat wine
  • 125 grams vegetable stock, 1 tbsp made up in water
  • 125 grams cream

Recipe's preparation

  1. Add juice, wine and stock to bowl No MC 10min, Varoma,speed 0.5

    add cream No MC 10Min,Varoma,Speed 0.5

    Place sauce in thermoserver 


  2. Describe the preparation steps of your recipe

  3. Salmon and Rice
  4. Weigh Rice into steamer basket then rinse rice 

    Place steamer basket with rice back in bowl and add water

    Place salmon in Varoma 2 in bottom try and 2 in top tray and season to taste making sure you leave enough vents for steam to come through 

    Place Varoma on top and cook for 15min- Varoma - Speed 4

    Check Salmon is done if it needs a little longer turn Salmon and cook for additional minute on Varoma Speed 4. You don't want to over cook the salmon. Make sure you remove the rice and place in a thermoserver until Salmon is cooked to your liking. 



    (this was taken from a Poached Recipe that I have converted to a Thermomix Recipe)


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If you would like to halve the recipe 65g ea per ingredients for the sauce and only 7min rather then 10min. Keep the rice and the Salmon the same. 

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  • This was absolutely

    Submitted by MummaFee on 21. February 2016 - 16:43.

    This was absolutely delicious.

    Very easy to follow as my 12 year old made this for the family for dinner last night. 

    This will certainly be a favourite in this house. 

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