Monday, January 15, 2007
2 pcs of salmon fillet
5 tbsp mirin
2 tbsp Japanese dark soy sauce
3 tbsp Japanese sake
1 or 2 tbsp sugar (depending on how sweet you want)
100 ml of water
(Note: the tbsp used here is the Chinese soup spoon)
1. Wash and pat dry the salmon with kitchen towel. Pan-fry the salmon until golden brown. Set aside on a plate.
2. In a frying pan, boil the seasoning over medium-high heat. To determine how long to cook the seasoning will depend on how thick the sauce you want. If you want it thicker, you need to cook it longer. Please note that you should taste the sauce to see if you like the sweetness of it. If you find it not sweet enough, you can add more sugar into it.
3. After sauce has thicken, pour the sauce over the salmon and serve it hot with steamed rice.
Posted by Hugbear at 10:35 PM