Teriyaki Salmon Recipe

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Teriyaki Salmon


1 middle section of salmon fillet skin on weight 330-350g. Cut into 3 long strips
Little salt and ground black pepper
3/4 Tb flour
1/2 Tb cooking oil and 3/4 Tb butter
1 Tb sake

Teriyaki Sauce (stir until sugar dissolves):
1 Tb sugar
1 Tb sake
1 Tb mirin
1 1/2 Tb light soy sauce

Toasted sesame seeds and chopped spring onion for garnish (opt)


1. Dry the salmon strips with paper towels and season lightly with salt and black pepper.
2. While you heat the oil with butter, dust all sides of salmon strips with flour.
3. When the oil is hot enough, add salmon, skin down, fry until golden and crisp. Adjust the heat don’t let them burn, 1-2 minutes.
4. Flip them over and and 1 Tb sake, close the lid. Off the heat and allow it to cook on its own. After 3 minutes, lift up the salmon to a plate.
5. Add sauce to the pan and heat over medium heat until thickened to a thin coating consistency.
6. Return salmon to the pan, turn them to coat with the sauce.
7. Remove pan from heat. Sprinkle with sesame and spring onion. Serve on rice.


Popular is chicken teriyaki and mackerel fillets I ate at takeout restaurants. This recipe serves one to two

Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Number of Servings: 2
Style: Asian, Japanese

Comments (1)

Oh my goodness that looks so delicious, i just eat it, doesn't matter about the name lol
Going to have try your reat recipe....
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