Nori Wrapped Salmon

Discussion in 'Recipes, Storage and Preparation of Seafood' started by juandesooka, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. juandesooka

    juandesooka Active Member

    This is one of those dead-easy recipes that gives maximum impact ... both tasty and impressive-looking.

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    * Cut salmon filet into small rectangles, like 3" x 1" x 0.5" or smaller if appetizer / finger food.
    * Mix crushed ginger, half cup of soy sauce (prefer tamari), and 2-3 tablespoons of brown sugar.
    * Place salmon in a ziploc bag with marinade, put in fridge for an hour or two. (if you're short time, just drizzle salmon with soy sauce and rub in sugar and ginger)
    * Remove salmon to a baking sheet. Cut strips of nori seaweed (sushi wrap) and place on top and around the sides of salmon pieces.
    * Bake at 400 for 10 minutes or so depending on thickness -- test one piece to ensure it flakes.
    * Serves well hot or cold.
    * Can be served with wasabi and soy sauce for dipping.

    http://www.fishingportrenfrew.ca/salmon_nori.html
     
  2. spring fever

    spring fever Well-Known Member

    Absolutely a keeper recipe. Had it for lunch with Japanese spinach salad. Excellent-thanks!!
     

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