Salmon fillet pan fried

Been wanting to eat quality salmon steaks, not always readily available. This time I spotted blocks of fresh wild salmon, and ordered the fishmonger in Mission street to slice into 4 pieces of fillet, to be used for our Friday night dinner.

IMG_20170529_165740.jpg
Reyes national seashore in hubby’s βœ‹

Ingredients

Salmon fillets, garlic, ginger, Olive oil, sesame oil, Soyaki (a version of teriyaki) sauce.

IMG_20170602_193630.jpg

Method

1) Wash and towel dry the fish fillet. Chop garlic and ginger.

2) In a pan, heat up olive oil. Pour tinge of sesame oil for fragrance, fry garlic and ginger.

IMG_20170602_194605.jpg

3) When fragrant, place into the pan salmon fillets. Fry with the fragrant oil.

IMG_20170602_194646.jpg

4) Directly sprinkle sea salt, pepper onto the fish. Also top each fillet with Soyaki sauce.

IMG_20170602_194722.jpg

5) Turn over after 4 minutes, do not over cook. Do same, by sprinkling salt pepper, and Soyaki sauce on this side.

IMG_20170602_194829.jpg

6) Once done, serve. For tonight, lightly pan fried salmon fillet is paired with kimchi fried 🍚.  Bon appetit 😘😘!

IMG_20170602_195527.jpg

Cheers

Follow me on Facebook @ahgoodfood

https://m.facebook.com/ahgoodfood

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s