Sunday, November 18, 2012

Teppanyaki Salmon

Back to sea catch. Back again to fish is the food in my house (Batter Fried Fish, Chilli Soy Fish, Assam Fish Curry & Malaysian Indian Fish Curry). But no. Not another repeating the same kinda dish again. I thought. After giving a good thought, I decided I should venture to another new horizon, another country food horizon (Fish Sambar, Thai Green Fish Curry, Shark Curry & Vietnamese Fish Soup & Thai Fish Noodle Soup). Where to? Where else can  it be when Teppanyaki is a concern? Let's go Japan. Teppanyaki Salmon? My version of course, not sure if this is how exactly Teppanyaki Salmon (Indian-Spiced Salmon & Grilled Salmon) is made in Japan. Then again? Like it matters? Our way and our style to cooking right? Definitely. Of course we need the customary Japanese ingredients, the rest, feel free. Go with the flow as you wish like I did. The end result? Tender and cooked to the right texture salmon in tadbit of spicy soy sauce gravy, paired alongside rice and fresh raw salad. Yum!

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