Recently I began creating my teriyaki salmon recipe for dinner salads. My youngest teenager decided he'd like a taste of my concoction and gave it the thumbs up. Since then, I've been creating this once or twice a month. I must admit it goes very well with white rice and canned peas. There is something about those teriyaki flavors meshing in the rice and peas that make this a thrifty favorite.
Remember all those ingredients I asked you to buy for Homemade Beef Lo Mein? Well here's an extended recipe that will incorporate those products. Enjoy and share!
1 pd. salmon fillets
1 tab. brown sugar
2 tsp. sesame oil
3 tab. soy a sauce
3 tab. mirin
salt/pepper to taste
Mix all ingredients in a bowl. Place fillets in and allow to marinate for an hour or more. Take fillets out and drain. Place on greased oven pan and bake at 400 degrees for about 15 mins. Or, you can pan fry then in a black skillet. Simply wonderful!