Friday, July 18, 2008


Serves 1

Raw salmon3 small steaks
Salt1 tsp
Pepper1 tsp
Salta pinch
Mirin2 tbsp
Cooked sushi rice1 bowl

Teriyaki sauce

Soy sauce1/4 cup
Mirin1/4 cup
Corn starch + Water2 tsp + 3 tsp

  1. Marinate the salmon steaks with salt and pepper. Set aside.

  2. In a bowl, beat up egg, salt and mirin. Heat up a pan over low heat, pour the egg mixture over and stir vigorously. You should get small crumbles of cooked egg.

  3. In a saucepan, pour mirin, corn starch and soy sauce and bring to boil over low heat. When the mixture starts boiling, arrange the marinated salmon steaks into it and allow simmering. The salmon should get cooked within few mins. Allow the salmon to continuing cooking in the sauce to enhance a better taste.

  4. Scoop the sushi rice into a bowl, top with "crumbled" eggs and top it further with Teriyaki Salmon steaks. Pour some remaining sauce over and ready for serving.

This was the dinner for my Prince Charming. The intention was to make some salmon sushi but, i think that would be more work for me, so I decided to change it to doing a Teriyaki Salmon Don.

Prince Charming always like food that comes with a little sweet taste so I think that's the main reason he always love Teriyaki!

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