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Furikake Salmon


furikake-salmon-plate1Another easy, healthy entrée to make for any occasion, flexible enough to be a regular night’s dinner or a dish for your next family gathering, is furikake salmon.  In addition to how quickly you can whip this up, it only takes six ingredients (including salt and pepper)!  Here’s how you can create this dish at home:



Salmon filet
3 cloves of garlic
Furikake (dry Japanese condiment made with sesame seeds, chopped seaweed, sugar, salt, and dried fish, usually used to sprinkle on rice)

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Place a good sized salmon filet on a sheet pan. Sprinkle salt and pepper over the filet. Grate or chop three cloves of garlic add to a small bowl. Add mayonnaise, enough to lightly cover the salmon filet, to the garlic and mix together. Spread mayonnaise mixture over the salmon (not too thick).  Sprinkle furikake over the mayonnaise so that it covers the mayonnaise mixture and entire top of fish. Bake fish in the oven for 20 minutes. Feel free to adjust the ingredients according to the size of the salmon filet and for the amount of people you are serving.


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Author | Joy
Joy Miura Koerte is a partner in Fujita & Miura Public Relations, a full service PR firm located on Kauai, Hawaii.

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