Teriyaki Salmon Bites

April 28, 2020


For as long as I can remember salmon has always been my go-to fish meal. There is just something about the meaty texture of salmon on a bed of fluffy rice. This dish that I have created combines my love for salmon with my love for Asian food using staple aromatics often found in Asian cuisine.  


In this recipe I will be showing you how to make my surprisingly easy one-pot sweet yet sour, sticky, garlicky, gingery, teriyaki bites of salmon deliciousness. This dish can be enjoyed with either rice, noodles, or even by itself as an appetizer.  





Ingredients | serves 2-3 people

  • 2 Boneless salmon fillets 

  • 3 Minced garlic cloves 

  • Minced thumb of ginger 

  • 1/2 Lime  

  • 30ml dark soy sauce 

  • 1 tbsp Chilli flakes (Adjust to heat preference)     

  • 3 Heaping tbsp honey

  • Pinch of salt and pepper

  • Cooking oil of choice



  • Sesame seeds 

  • Chilli flakes

  • Lime wedge


Method | Prep: 10 minutes | Cook Time: 20 minutes 


1. Rinse and pat dry salmon with a kitchen towel. Using a sharp knife cut salmon into large-sized cubes. Place cubed salmon into a bowl then season with salt and pepper. Set salmon aside to prepare the teriyaki marinade. 


2. In a bowl mix soy sauce, honey and chilli flakes together until fully combined then set aside marinade. 


3. Heat nonstick pan on medium-low and lightly cover pan with oil. Fry minced garlic and ginger till slightly brown. 


4. Increase pan to medium-high heat and add the marinade. Cook Marinade until sauce thickens. 


5. Add Salmon flesh side down to the pan. After 5 minutes turn salmon around skin side down. Using a spoon coat salmon with the sauce created in the pan. *If sauce has become too thick add water to loosen it up. 


6. Squeeze lime onto salmon then place lid on pan and allow it to fry for an additional 5 minutes or until salmon is cooked to your liking. 


7. Serve salmon over noodles or on kebab sticks and add garnish. 



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