I am always looking for new ways to cook salmon since it something I eat pretty often. But since my husband won't eat any seafood at all, it needs to be something that is easily adaptable to one for two servings. Since I am pretty much always down for something spicy and Asian influenced, I couldn't wait to try making my own version of this spicy sesame salmon I had at a restaurant last week. From what I could gather, their version has soy sauce, some type of chili paste, sesame oil, and perhaps some honey. I wanted to keep my low carb so I omitted the honey, but you could definitely add it in to create more of a glaze. Additionally I added some rice wine vinegar, garlic, and ginger to round out the flavors. After a brief dunk in the marinade and quick to the oven, you have a healthy, tasty dinner in about thirty minutes.
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You can sprinkle some sesame seeds on top before cooking for some crunch and added sesame flavor.
Response by Kristen Mccaffrey
on November 21, 2016 - 09:50
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