My Teriyaki Marinade Meets A Beautiful Piece Of Salmon

Salmon seems to be on everyone’s menu as of late, so I thought that I would share one of the ways that I love to prepare it.  Just simple salt and pepper is fabulous, but my teriyaki marinade is so easy, versatile, and delicious that it really is my preferred method.  It can be used not only for salmon, but chicken and beef too!  I sometimes use it as a dipping sauce for sushi or for a stir fry sauce.  It really is that simple.  You can grill or bake, it does wonderfully either way.  A great weapon to have in your recipe arsenal.  Just a quick note…I use only wild caught salmon.  I like to know where my fish comes from.

Ingredients:

6   Tablespoons dark soy sauce

1   teaspoon toasted sesame oil

2   teaspoons light brown sugar

Juice of 1 lime

Grated fresh ginger, to taste

Preparing:

Combine ingredients in a baking dish and let the salmon marinate for a minimum of 2 hours.  Turn salmon at the half way point.  Grill or bake and serve with a great salad!

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