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Poached Salmon Noodle Bowl

I had so much fun making this dish! I love coming up with creative ways to use flavors hanging around the house. Did you know that tea makes such a great addition to a dish! I used a Steeped Tea called Marsala Chai to infuse just the right flavors into my poaching broth. Seriously, my mouth is watering just thinking about it right now!! If you haven't tried adding unexpected items to your dishes then get on it! I promise, you will not be disappointed!! Not to mention, you can skip the noodles to make this Keto & Whole30 approved!

Want a quick version of this deliciously healthy bowl that only takes 15 minutes? Check out this Tuna Soba Bowl!

Poached Salmon with Roasted Broccoli, Bell Pepper & Mushrooms!

Alright! Let's get cookin' and spend some thyme together ya'll! Per the usual I included the basic ingredients you need for this recipe, the ingredients I used, and directions to follow along. If you modified something, then skip that step or replace the step with your own ingredient!


Keep It Simple | Just The Basics:

2-3 Salmon Filets

2 Cups Chicken Stock

Various Veggies

1/2 Cup Bean Sprouts

1-2 Chives/Green Onion Sliced

1/4-1/3 Package Rice Noodles or Soba Noodles




Thyme For Mine | Make it With Me:

2-3 Salmon Filets

2 Cups Chicken Stock

1 Cup Almond Milk

1 Red Bell Pepper cut into squares

1-2 Cups Broccoli roughly chopped

1 Cup Sliced Portobello Mushrooms

1-2 Cloves Roasted Garlic or Fresh Minced

1/4 Cup Shredded Parm (for sprinkling)

2 TSP Steeped Tea Marsala Chai Base

Sprig of Rosemary

Sprig of Thyme

1/4-1/3 Package Rice Noodles or Soba Noodles

Salt (to taste)


Direction Thyme:

1. Preheat oven to 450

2. Take milk out of fridge to let it warm up a little

3. Begin bringing water to boil

4. Prepare baking sheet with parchment

5. Place broccoli & peppers on half the tray

6. Place sliced mushrooms on other half of the tray

TIP: I separate them because mushrooms should not be salted & they need space to brown

7. Sprinkle 1 tsp Steeped Tea Marsala Chai Base over all veggies

8. Sprinkle Pepper over all veggies (add salt here but skip the mushrooms!)

9. Roast veggies for 15-20 minutes

10. Add broth to deep fry pan on medium-high heat

11. Add Marsala Chai Base and stir in until dissolved

12. Reduce heat to medium and add milk, pepper, and garlic

13. Gently place salmon in pan

14. Add thyme & rosemary sprigs

15. Baste a few times to get cooking

16. Cook 5-7 minutes per side depending on how thick

17. Drop noodles & cook per instructions

18. Build your bowl--noodles, salmon, veggies & sprouts

19. Pour broth over everything, add chopped/sliced green onion and shredded parm to taste


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