Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Easy Peasy Teriyaki

I'm starting a new label and its going to be called Easy Peasy. From here on out I'll tag recipes that are wonderfully easy and still delicious, and that anyone could do in 10 minutes. So for my first Easy Peasy post...

Teriyaki Salmon in Foil
Salmon filets (1 per person)
Stiry Fry veggies of choice, chopped roughly (I did broccoli, its in season!! mushrooms and sugar snap peas)
Teriyaki Sauce (you could make your own, but then it wouldn't be Easy Peasy. Do yourself a favor and grab a premade bottle at the store. Trader Joe's sells some good ones!!)
Aluminum Foil






Preheat the oven to 400, and start your rice in the rice cooker if you want it! Toss about 1/2 to 3/4 cup of the Teriyaki sauce in with your veggies in a bowl. Just put enough to coat the veggies.

Each person will get their own little foil pouch. On a piece of foil put a serving of the veggies.

Top with the salmon, and then drizzle the leftover marinade in the bowl on top.

Wrap up the salmon pouches like so... leaving a small opening at the top for steam to escape.

18 minutes later at 400 and dinner is done!!! Serve atop rice...

2 comments:

Rebecca Samson said...

This looks right up my alley!

la mia dolce vita said...

I made these last night but added carrots and onions as well - took about 23 minutes to cook in my oven. So easy and delish!