Tom: Mmm! What’s in this sauce?
Kirstin: Which sauce? Do you mean the paste on the top of the salmon?
Tom: Yes. Has it got peanut butter in it? It tastes like satay.
Oscar the cat: Mwoaaaow!
Tom: Ah, Oscar. Fancy seeing you here.
Kirstin: No, it has miso paste in it, amongst other things.
Tom: Well, it’s yum.
Kirstin: It is, isn’t it? Gordon got his timings wrong, though. The first recipe he’s got wrong with the timings. The salmon had to be cooked for double the length of time he said: 14 minutes instead of seven.
Tom: Well, it was yum.
Kirstin: And the mushrooms with pak choi were nice, weren’t they?
Tom: Indeed. Has Bill Granger’s salmon recipe been dethroned? I think it might have!
Kirstin: What’s nice about this is that you can prepare it quite easily in different stages: the paste to go on the salmon, then the vegetables and the sauce, and then I went bish-bosh with the vegetables and put the fish in the oven. I would make this one again!
Tom: Perhaps we could alternate between this one and Bill’s?
Kirstin: This is a nice change from the Bill one. The miso paste is a bit of a bugger to find, though.
Oscar (finishing his salmon): Mwaaaaoooooaow!