Slow Cooked Salmon Fillets with Savory-Sweet Pea Shoot Soy Sauce
4, 6 oz salmon fillets-preferably wild
freshly ground black pepper-to taste
2.5 t soy sauce
1.5 t lemon juice
1.5 t brown sugar
1 t honey
1 t toasted sesame seeds
2 t pea shoots-minced
1 cup pea shoots-rough chop into bite size pieces
1. Turn the oven to 145F.
2. Place salmon fillets onto a foil lined baking sheet and lightly sprinkle with pepper; bake fillets until they are just cooked through, yet still retain their shiny outside and are not flaking apart (approximately 20 minutes; there should be no albumin and the fish should still have a 'raw' appearance...even-though it's cooked!).
3. Mix the soy sauce, lemon juice, brown sugar, honey, sesame seeds, and minced pea shoots in a bowl.
4. Very lightly drizzle the sauce over the fish fillets.
5. Serve the left over sauce with the pea shoots-as a side.