Teriyaki Salmon

Easy teriyaki salmon anyone? No pre-mix. MSG and preservatives free :) Note this recipe makes 2 adults serving. As seen above was just 1/2 the portion of an adult's serving because it was meant for my little gal who doesn't take a lot of fish.
Serves 2

 The ingredients:
- 250g of salmon (cut into 2 or 3 slab to your preference)...
- 2 tbs corn flour
- 2 tbs oil
- pinch of salt & pepper
- sesame seed to garnish (optional)

The teriyaki sauce:
- 4 tbs (60ml) of soy sauce (Not an Ad. My preference Kikkoman blue label)
- 4 tbs (60ml) mirin
- 1 tbs (15g) fine sugar

1) Cut salmon and seasoned with salt & pepper. Set aside for 15 minutes.

2) Combine ingredients for sauce. Mix well and set aside. *Note: no worries of sugar not dissolving well coz the sauce gonna be heated up later and the sugar will dissolve completely.

3) Heat up oil. Coat salmon thoroughly with corn flour, shake off excess flour prior to pan-frying. *Note if it's a thick cut, u might want to cook the side with skin first, otherwise, u can fry one side at a time.

4) Dish out salmon when done. Using the same pan, add the sauce and bring it to a boil and until sauce is slightly thicken.

5) Drizzle sauce over salmon and sprinkle some sesame seeds to garnish.


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