Monday, August 30, 2010

Gingery Teriyaki Sauce


Lunch!

When I whipped up that Watermelon Granita With Ginger Syrup in my previous post, I deliberately made extra syrup because I knew I could use it for a Gingery Teriyaki Sauce.


Here's the ginger syrup. Mine was really spicy because I used a lot of old ginger. I like!

Recipe
- 2 tbsp Ginger Syrup (see recipe here)
- 1 tbsp soya sauce (Kikkoman or Lee Kum Kee)
- 1/2 tsp mirin

Combine all the ingredients and it's ready! How easy is that?!



Drizzle it over panseared salmon, and sprinkle some toasted sesame seeds while you're at it.



Serve it with a salad like me! I wanted a low fat, no carb meal to keep me from falling asleep afterward. ;)

Enjoy!

26 comments:

  1. You make asian recipes so inviting for those of us who are intimidated by them. Thank you!

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  2. so simple, so delicious. i can't wait to make this!

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  3. Simply gorgeous..I bet on soft cod it would be good too?
    It's been so hard for me to stay away from commenting..slowly but surely I'll enter the party again

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  4. Mmm I absolutely love teriyaki. I made my own sauce once, but this looks much better. Great idea to make extra ginger sauce too. I like mine as strong as possible.

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  5. Ginger syrup is pretty versatile I have to say! This looks so yummy!

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  6. Drooling already la. :)~~~~ Moohahaha.

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  7. Girl...that is one perfectly cooked piece of salmon. Your plate is so inviting!
    I have an enormous "hunk" of ginger that I threw in the freezer. I must try making your syrup and this sauce!

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  8. Ricetta semplice e molto saporita, me lo sto gustando con gli occhi. Buona settimana Daniela.

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  9. beautiful photos! And a nice lunch, too!

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  10. Lovely photos and nice simple and healthy recipe.

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  11. Errrr...that's a small piece of salmon for lunch. You have a small appetite :)

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  12. Everyone at home will be well seated at the table if they know I cook teriyaki fish...haha. We really like it. Beautiful pictures. Makes me want to cook now :D

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  13. Tigerfish: Hah! I "compensated" for it at tea time!!

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  14. Ju, you have small appetize, such small pc of salmon, I dunno can stuff which part of my stomach :P.

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  15. Oh, so simple! That's my kind of recipe! Will definitely give it a try! Your salmon looks delicious, by the way!

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  16. Oh! This ginger syrup sounds fabulous...will have to try since I love ginger and nothing could taste better in fish :-)

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  17. I am not a fan of cooked salmon but I love teriyaki sauce - which I often use for my chicken dishes :). I love your pictures, do you use the macro function of your camera?

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  18. Ju, that first photo is killing me! Your photos are getting more and more amazing. This dish looks lovely.

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  19. wow - is that really all there is to making teriyaki sauce ? I'm amazed !

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  20. Ohhh I'd love this gingery version of teriyaki sauce esp for the salmon. Yummm

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  21. Yummm...will try making this sauce. Thanks for sharing this recipe :D

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  22. Ginger syrup sounds great! This is a very appetising dish!

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  23. Simple, quick and fab lunch. The gingery Teriyaki sauce makes the salmon look so moist and tempting.
    Have to try your ginger syrup.

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  24. Wow, how easy is that? Great simple sauce idea... and great pics!

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  25. Love your pictures! You make any simple recipe in to a king or queen of recipe! This is one great simple recipe that looks like million bucks! Thanks for sharing.

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  26. How great to have some beautiful salmon at lunch!! Love your pics as always - may I borrow some of your lovely plates and vases and things, pretty please?

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