Japanese style Salmon & Avocado Rice

The only cooking required for this dish is the rice, the other ingredients just marinade in the fridge.  It makes a lovely refreshing dish.

Time : 15-20 minutes


Noggin Fix

The salmon provides over 200%* B-12, over 100% Vitamin D, and 50% Omega 3s.  The combined ingredients then give you 100% B-6, over 400% Vitamin C, 100% magnesium and some manganese. This dish can help with insomnia, memory, dizziness, fatigue and emotional issues, with the B-6 aiding your confusion and light sensitivity.

As a bonus there is over 90% calcium and 80% iron in this dish - this helps the brain in a couple of ways.  The calcium helps to send messages to the inside of the brain cells aiding with memory, it also helps the body absorb vitamin D, so it is best to have vitamin D with calcium in your meal. Iron is important for haemoglobin & carrying oxygen around the body, which in turn makes you feel more energised.

*Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA)

Serves 2


300 g x sushi rice or white basmati rice 100 g x smoked salmon, sliced 2 small, ripe avocados, cubed  1  x lemon, juice 4 tsp x light soy sauce 4 tsp x toasted sesame seeds 2 x spring onions, thinly sliced 1 x red chilli, de-seeded and thinly sliced small handful coriander leaves to garnish



  1. Boil rice in a saucepan for 10-12 mins until the rice is almost cooked, then remove from the heat & leave for 5-10 mins.
  2. Place salmon & avocado in a shallow bowl.  Drizzle over the lemon juice, soy, chilli, spring onions & sesame seeds then mix in well, making sure everything is evenly covered.  Leave in the fridge to marinate for 10 mins.
  3. Serve salmon & avocado mix on top of rice & sprinkle coriander over the dish (omitted in photo as I had run out).