Teriyaki Salmon with Broccoli and Carrots

Easy salmon teriyaki using left-over ingredients.

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Total time: 40 minutes

Serving: 2


INGREDIENTS

200 g               Salmon

¼ cup               Teriyaki sauce (my last left-over sauce, if you don’t have it, don’t worry, you can make teriyaki sauce with the mixed sauce below)

2                      garlic, sliced

2                      garlic, chopped

2 cm                ginger, thin sliced

1                      broccoli

1                      carrots

½ cup               water

Mixed sauce for the Salmon/vegetables

2 tbsp              soy sauce

2 tbsp              mirin

2 tbsp              sugar

2 tbsp              sake

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DIRECTION

  • Marinate salmon (skin up), teriyaki sauce, chopped garlic, and chopped ginger for about 15 minutesDSC01924.JPG
  • Pre-heat a cooking pan on medium high with vegetable oil. Once it’s heated, place the salmon (without the marinate sauce, ginger and garlic). Cook each side for about 3-4 minutes until it’s cooked.DSC01926.JPG
  • Once all side of the salmon is cooked, turn the heat off. Pour the marinate sauce in, all the ginger and garlic. Set aside.DSC01932.JPG
  • Pre-heat a wok on medium high with vegetable oil. Once it’s heated, throw in chopped garlic. Stir until it’s fragrant and add in the carrots and broccoli, stir about 2-3 minutes. You can also do this at the same time as the salmon.DSC01927.JPGDSC01928.JPG
  • Pour in the mixed sauce and water. Cover the wok for about 3-4 minutes until vegetables are done. The texture is not too soft, as I like to keep the crunchiness. But if you prefer softer version, feel free to cook the vegies a little longer.DSC01929.JPGDSC01931.JPG
  • Ready to serve with or without steamed white rice.DSC01937.JPG

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