Print Recipe TERIYAKI SALMON SOBA NOODLE SALAD
Given how much salmon we eat at home, I’m always trying out new ways of serving it, and this is my current favourite. It’s amazing how much flavour the salmon takes on after just 20 minutes in the sweet and salty marinade, and it’s even better if you can give it two hours. Remember always to cook fish skin-side down at first to protect the delicate flesh from too much heat. Serve with garlic tenderstem broccoli and perhaps Soba Noodle Salad. A wholesome, filling side dish of buckwheat noodles served with fresh vegetables and dressed with a kind of Japanese vinaigrette of sesame oil, rice vinegar, soy sauce and lemon juice. Do add the nori seaweed if you can. It gives the finished dish a real depth of flavour.