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Thursday, June 21, 2007

Salmon Teriyaki & Tofu with Nori

Every once in a while you come across a recipe that you'd like to tell your friends about. Special thanks to Alwyn for coming up with this very simple menu. The ingredients are basic and you can get 'em at your local supermarket. The prep time is 30-45 minoots (you can even do this the day before) and the cooking time is like 30 minoots. Eat your heart out, Rachael Ray!

Here are the ingredients:
1 lb salmon fillet (check the bones)
100 ml teriyaki sauce (the more, the merrier)

Combine equal parts of water and teriyaki sauce. In a sauce bowl, marinate your salmon (cut into chunks) in the teriyaki sauce. Salt and pepper to taste. Allow 30-45 minoots for the salmon to absorb the taste. Can be done overnight too.

Cooking instructions:
While you broil the salmon, cut the tofu into thin strips. Fry in medium heat. Arrange your tofu with Nori strips on a plate (use paper towel).

After 30 minoots, check your salmon. Once you see the sauce gets a sticky consistency, take it out. Serve with hot rice!


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