I made a delicious teriyaki salmon last night.
Salmon fillets, marinated in honey, soy sauce, sherry and garlic for an hour. Longer would have been better but I was hungry.
Fried for a few minutes on both sides, and served with basmati rice with toasted sesame seeds in it (lush!) and asparagus, blanced then sauteed in sesame and vegetable oil.
The marinade was reduced for a minute at the end and poured over the top.
For an easy meal, it had a real feeling of quality about it. The salmon was insanely good.
I like doing salmon under a grill. Cook it skin side up first so it goes really nice and crispy
Not sure what to have tonight. Something quick and easy. I'm trying to make room in the fridge as our second fridge broke, so everything is in one now. There are some open Patack pastes, but I don't overly like them. Hmmm.
Also a question, when people buy coriander, do you notice it goes black and slimy after about a day?
and another question. Say I want to put some cauliflower in a curry, do I have to cook it first, or can I put it into the curry whilst it's simmering?