I love salmon whether it’s baked, pan seared, grilled, fried, and my favorite raw! It’s such a rich fatty fish packed with omega 3 fatty acids, potassium, vitamin D, phosphorus and an excellent source of vitamin B12. If you have kids that are not fans of fish this is a great recipe to try with them. The sauce is sweet which will mask the fishy taste kids are not a fan of. If it’s just for adults, add a little extra ginger for a little kick.
Combine the garlic, grated ginger into a bowl with the soy sauce, miring, sake and brown sugar. Mix well.
Pour the sauce into a small to medium sauce pot and bring to a boil over medium heat. Cook until reduced by two-thirds for about 5 minutes.
Heat a skillet on medium heat and drizzle vegetable oil. Once it’s hot, season the salmon lightly with salt and heat for 4 minutes on one side and turn to sit for 2 minutes on the other side. Lower the heat and pour the teriyaki sauce over the salmon cooking for 2 minutes on each 4 sides.
Serve with jasmine rice and peas or over your favorite salad. Enjoy! Until next time, save me a seat at your table.
Hola! I’m a New York native who relocated to sunny Miami in 2008 where I attended Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts. I’m a millennial of Dominican/Spanish descent who enjoys cooking, dancing and time with my husband, son and our two little furry ones. I LOVE to create new recipes and I'm passionate about bringing my world travels and life experiences into my kitchen. Yum!