Salmon Gremolata

Our member, Hayley, submitted this recipe, and it sounds absolutely delicious! I, for one, can’t wait to try it. I think it will make a great weekend lunch or light evening meal after a busy Be Strong Day! Its really straight forward, and packed full of flavour. The beauty of this recipe is the freedom to add whatever herbs you like best, or whatever you have in the cupboard. Why not try it a few times with different herbs, and give us feedback in the comments section, about what your favourites are.

Salmon is an oily fish, so is packed full of brain-friendly omega 3 fatty acids.  Omega 3 fish oils keep our cognitive health in check and also help to reduce the bad cholesterol in our bodies! Now that’s multi-tasking!

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Salmon Gremolata

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  • Author: Rachel Wilcock
  • Total Time: 40 minutes
  • Yield: 2


A delicious and healthy meal that is really filling. Make it with any herbs and as much garlic as you can handle!


Salmon fillet

Breadcrumbs – I made mine with 1 bread roll


Lemon juice

Herbs – I used what I had which was coriander and tarragon

Bulgar wheat (100g)

Pak Choi


Chilli flakes


Make your gremolata by blitzing bread, garlic and herbs in a blender. Add lemon juice.
Spoon the gremolata mix on top of the salmon and wrap in a foil parcel. Put in 180 oven for 15 – 20 minutes (depending on how well done you like your salmon)
Meanwhile, make the bulgar wheat by adding boiling water and covering with cling film.
Steam the pak choi leaves and Spinach, boiling the white stem of the pak choi.
Mix the steamed veg and pak choi with the bulgar wheat (takes 20 – 30 mins).
Finish the salmon off under the grill to crisp up the gremolata.


You could add parmesan to the gremolata – don’t forget to add the calories!

  • Prep Time: 10
  • Cook Time: 30


  • Calories: 317

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