Friday, July 18, 2008

Teriyaki Salmon with Wasabi Sauce

I took this picture just before we ate dinner. My family was sitting at the table patiently waiting for me to bring out the food. So you could imagine their surprise when I walked right past them and set it by the window to take this picture. What can I say, if you live here, this is what you have to deal with. Anyhow, lately this dish has been in heavy rotation at our house so I thought I would share it with you. It's one of those recipes that's easy to make, tastes good and looks impressive (well, at least I think so).

Ingredients
Salmon
Yoshida Sauce (original) - Can be found at Costco and Safeway
1 tsp Wasabi - I recommend the one in the tube opposed to the powder kind
2 tsp Mayonnaise
Furikake - rice seasoning

Set oven to 4oo degrees.

1. Brush the top of the salmon with the Yoshida Sauce
2. Place in oven covered with tinfoil for first half of baking.
3. Brush more Yoshida Sauce on the salmon, bake the remaining time without tinfoil
4. Bake about 10 minutes (will depend on the size of salmon)
5. Garnish with Wasabi Sauce.
6. Sprinkle with Furikake (optional)

Wasabi Sauce
1. Mix mayonnaise and wasabi together. You can adjust the amount of wasabi to make the sauce more/less spicy.

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5 comments:

Renna said...

It sounds, and looks delicious! :-)

A few weeks ago, I was photographing fruit when my husband walked by with a questioning look on his face. I said, "it's for my blog", to which he replied "why would anyone want to see that?". I just rolled my eyes and kept snapping pictures! ;-Þ

Michelle said...

yum!
what's really bad is when your hubby says" shouldn't you taking pic's of this for your "blog"?

sometimes I'm not in the mood to blog everything!

but thanks for sharing, I love salmon and this looks really good!

Zip n Tizzy said...

Looks delicious.

Want to swing some by? I do believe we established we're more or less neighbors. No? Well Thanks for posting the recipe. I'll have to try it out myself.

I enjoyed talking with you at Blogher!

M.Kate said...

wow...what can I say..TERIYAKI AND WASABI is definitely a top fav with husband and me, though I have not cooked it here, but I definitely want to have a go with this! tks for sharing;D

amy said...

My hubby would love this -- and me too! Thanks for sharing the recipe. :)

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