This is another easy and delicious salmon which I have book-marked long time ago. As I was running out of ideas what do to for dinner, I started poring through my recipes collection and phew .... dinner is settled.
Recipe source: Almost Bourdain
2 x Salmon cutlets
6 tbsp Japanese soy sauce (I don't have so I used the normal soy sauce)
4 tbsp good quality honey
Salt and pepper for seasoning
Plain flour for coating
Oil for pan-frying
Springs onions and fresh chillies for garnish
- Season Salmon cutlets with salt and pepper. Coat them with flour and dust off excess flour (this step is to add crispiness to the Salmon).
- Pan fry Salmon with oil on a non-stick pan until just cooked, approximately 3 minutes each side depending on the thickness of the Salmon.
- Remove Salmon from pan and drain excess oil on paper towel. Place Salmon on serving plate.
- Mix soy sauce and honey in a small pan, and boil until the mixture has thicken. Pour the thicken sauce on fish.
- Garnish with chopped spring onions and sliced fresh chillies.
- Serve with steamed rice.