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Teriyaki/Ginger/Lime Salmon

Faced by conflicting desires this evening, I invented this dish.

Cover a baking dish with enough salmon to feed you (I used 150g per head and I was cooking for 4). Finely chop a bunch of spring onion (3 medium in my case) and cover the salmon with it. Thinly slice ginger and add a layer of that, widely spaced. Add a layer of thin lime slices, also widely spaced. Cover with teriyaki and dark soy, then liberally sprinkle with sesame seeds. Bake at gas mark 6 for about 20 minutes.

I had this with rice and purple sprouting broccoli.


  1. Dammit! Now I’m hungry… and have no fish 🙁

    Comment by cat — 9 Mar 2007 @ 23:52

  2. That sounds very very nice. I did something similar with tuna, soy and lime just the other day (and blogged about it :-))

    Comment by Neil — 10 Mar 2007 @ 1:49

  3. That sounds great. Reminds me of a honey-soy marinated salmon I sometimes do.

    Comment by Mort — 12 Mar 2007 @ 15:18

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