Japanese-inspired salmon stack. You guys love this Japanese-inspired salmon recipe – one of my most popular recipes ever – so I just had to turn it into an easy one pan meal. Full of healthy fats, nutrients from the greens and low-GI sweet potato – it's the most complete nutritional – and tasty meal – you'll make all week! Salmon (鮭) is a saltwater fish that spawns in fresh water.
This savory protein bowl is a spin on traditional Japanese sashimi. I bought these food molds and went on a kick of making round things. I was into Japanese food at the time so this was one of them, which I served with a side of tofu with ponzu sauce and some sauteed asparagus. You can cook Japanese-inspired salmon stack using 11 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Japanese-inspired salmon stack
- It’s 1/2 cup of or so of sashimi salmon, chopped.
- It’s 1/4 of of a green onion, chopped.
- You need 1/4 of Japanese cucumber, peeled into thin strips.
- Prepare 1/2 tbs of miso.
- You need 1/2 of ripe avocado, mashed.
- Prepare 1/4 tsp of wasabi.
- You need of Sprouts (I used radish but I think bean or alfalfa would be better).
- Prepare of Fish eggs.
- It’s of Rice bran oil.
- Prepare of Salt and pepper.
- Prepare 1/4 tsp of soy sauce.
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Japanese-inspired salmon stack step by step
- Chop up the salmon and green onion and mix together with just a little rice bran oil. Put this in the food mold as the bottom layer of your stack..
- Season the cucumber slices to taste, mix with the mirin and soy sauce, and add as the second layer of your stack. Sorry the soy sauce is the last ingredient – I forgot when it I was initially listing them out..
- Mash up the avocado, season to taste, then blend in the wasabi (use more if you want more punch). Spoon into the stack as your third layer..
- Remove mold, top with sprouts and fish eggs (I prefer the small tobiko).
- Serve as is or with sides of your choice to the girlfriend, who is relieved to find she is not eating pizza yet again..
Baked salmon with autumn mushrooms and sweet miso sauce. I used to help my mum make this dish when I was little. We had no baking tray at home in those days, as baking wasn't so common. These Asian-inspired salmon patties work well as a soy- and sesame-flavored burger on a bun or on their own for a fresh, low-carb option. This recipe was inspired by Chef John's Fresh Salmon Cakes.