Salmon Teriyaki with long stem broccoli

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Asian cuisine

Quick and easy

“Salmon teriyaki is a Japanese style dish cooked with teriyaki sauce that contains a sweet and savoury soy sauce base, giving it a nice caramelised glaze.”

I love Japanese food, this is one i’d often make at home after work.

You will need:

200g sliced fresh salmon
2 garlic clove
Spring onions
2 red chillies
1 tablespoon of canola oil
2-3 tablespoon of terriyaki marinade
1 tablespoon of mirin Sauce
Sesame seeds
White pepper
London stem broccoli

Pre-heat your frying pan with canola oil and add the chopped garlic until it becomes gold in colour. Gently add your salmon pieces into the pan, make sure the heat of the fire isn’t too high as it’ll quickly burn the outter side of your fish. When I cook my salmon I normally slow cook it on a low to medium level fire, this ensures the inside remains pink and moist, giving it the Japanese touch. Add 2-3 tablespoons of teriyaki marinade and a tablespoon of mirin sauce whilst continuing to slow cook the salmon for another 5 minutes to allow the sauce to simmer and give it’s true teriyaki flavour. Lastly, sprinkle your fresh chopped chillies, spring onion and sesame seeds. Serve with steamed white rice and sautéed long stem broccoli with white pepper seasoning.

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Born into a family that love food, Kelsey inherited her cookery skills from both her grandmother and mother that enable her to prepare delicious home cooked meals.

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