Salmon & Salsa served with Rice

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I found this easy recipe on opensourcefood.com and I modified the recipe a little to suit my taste. I thought it turned out pretty nicely.

Ingredients (serving size of 2):
1 cucumber and 1 medium size tomato - finely diced
2 tablespoons of finely chopped chives
sprinkles of yuzu (a type of Japanese citrus) concentrate or use lemon as substitute
salt and sugar to taste
2 Salmon Fillets
Balsamic reduction
2 bowls of cooked rice

1) Prepare some Japanese short grain rice /Jasmine rice in the rice cooker.
2) Create salsa by mixing chopped cucumber, tomato and chives in a bowl with yuzu concentrate, salt and sugar. Set aside.
3) Lightly season both sides of the salmon fillets with salt and pepper, and fry in a non-stick pan until done.
4) Serve cooked rice, salmon fillet and salsa on a plate. Drizzle some balsamic reduction on the fish and serve while hot.

4 comments:

slow said...

wa looks good! missed u guys for thxgiving laa....

InlandEmpireLiveMusic said...

Salsa and Salmond sounds great!!!

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mycookinghut said...

Hello!! Sarah & Gan! Thank you for your note that you left on My Cooking Hut.
It's great to see Malaysians again! Nice to meet you guys! Keep on food blogging!
By the way, I love this pic!

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