Receta en Español

Salmon Teriyaki

with Soba Noodles and Edamame

One Potato’s salmon teriyaki dinner is inspired by the classic Japanese version, but we use only wild-caught fish and house-made, gluten-free teriyaki sauce. A quick cucumber salad, edamame, and delicate soba noodles round out this dish, making it a fresh, filling meal that’s healthy and perfect for the whole family. 

Ingredients

  • Scottish Salmon

    teriyaki sauce
    (Soy sauce, mirin, extra virgin olive oil, honey, shalots, ginger, garlic, pineapple, cilantro, star anise, orange zest, lemon zest) (GLUTEN FREE: (Tamari, mirin, extra virgin olive oil, honey, shalots, ginger, garlic, pineapple, cilantro, star anise, orange zest, lemon zest)

    persian cucumbers

    cucumber salad dressing
    (Rice vinegar, salt, agave)

    sesame seeds

    edamame

  • soba noodles
    (GLUTEN FREE: Sweet potato noodles)

    soba noodle dressing
    (Soy sauce, dashi, mirin) (GLUTEN FREE: (Tamari, dashi, mirin)

    scallions

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Getting Your Kids Involved:

Kids can help brush the teriyaki sauce on the salmon as well as dress and toss the cucumbersalad and soba noodles. 

Encouraging Picky Eaters:

Getting your kid to eat salad a challenge? Try serving it on its own as a first course so it’s not competing with anything else on the plate. Eventually, eating it will  become second nature and you can go back to serving everything at the same time!

Instructions

1Step One

Move an oven rack under the broiler (ideally 3-5 inches from the heat source) and preheat oven to the broiler setting (or, if you’d like to bake the salmon instead of broiling it, preheat your oven to 450˚ F). For best results cook salmon whole then divide into portions before serving.

 

Place the salmon in a ovenproof baking dish and using a pastry brush or back of a spoon, coat top with some of the teriyaki sauce, then drizzle ½ of the remaining sauce over the top, reserving the rest. Thinly slice the cucumbers into ¼” coins and toss in a bowl with the cucumber bracing dressing and the sesame seeds.

2Step Two

Bring a large pot of water to a boil and add the edamame. Cook for 2 minutes and using a slotted spoon, transfer edamame to a bowl and sprinkle with salt, if desired.

Add the noodles to the same boiling water and cook for 3-5 minutes or until they begin to float. Drain the noodles and rinse with cold water until cool. Place the noodles in a bowl, shake the soba noodle dressing, and drizzle it over the top and toss to coat.

3Step Three

While the noodles are cooking, place the salmon on the rack under the broiler and cook for 6 minutes for medium rare and 8 minutes for well done (if  your baking the salmon instead of broiling it, cook it for 8 minutes for medium rare and 10 minutes for well done). * DON’T LEAVE THE KITCHEN while the salmon is under the broiler! Broilers are incredibly hot and the natural sugars in the teriyaki sauce can burn quickly. You want to stay close by to make sure the salmon doesn’t burn

4Step Four

Thinly chop or slice the scallions and use them to garnish the salmon and/or soba noodles. Divide salmon into equal portions for your family size. Serve salmon alongside the soba noodles, edamame and the cucumber salad. Serve remaining teryaki sauce on the side for extra flavor. Enjoy!

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Tips

  • If you have a hand mandolin, you can use it to thinly slice your cucumbers. It’s super fast, but also super sharp....so be careful!!!!
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