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Teriyaki Salmon Bowl

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Teriyaki Salmon Bowl
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Teriyaki Salmon Bowl Recipe - #salmon #teriyaki #recipe #eatwell101 - This Teriyaki Salmon Sushi Bowl is packed full of flavor and super easy to make at home!

Teriyaki Salmon Bowl – Packed full of flavor, this Teriyaki Salmon Bowl is super easy to make at home! Tender salmon glazed with a homemade teriyaki sauce on a bed of sushi rice, with edamame, sliced avocado, and a sprinkling of sesame and scallion – this healthy, gluten-free salmon Teriyaki recipe is just perfect for lunch or a dinner for two. Enjoy!

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Ingredients list for the Teriyaki Salmon Bowl Recipe

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Teriyaki Salmon Recipe

If salmon if one of your favorite ingredients, this teriyaki salmon bowl recipe is a total winner! Salmon is super simple to cook; you don’t need to marinate it for hours, and it is super flavorful. The teriyaki salmon turns out flaky, moist, and absolutely delicious with sushi rice, avocado, edamame, scallion, and our delicious homemade teriyaki sauce.

How to make Teriyaki Salmon

Making a teriyaki salmon bowl is very easy: Start by cooking the sushi rice. In the meantime, make the sauce by mixing rice vinegar, brown sugar, and salt together in a small bowl. When the rice is ready, pour the dressing over and stir to coat the rice. Divide the cooked rice between bowls and sprinkle the rice with sesame seeds. Add edamame and sliced avocado to each bowl.

Make the Teriyaki sauce by mixing the honey, sesame oil, tamari (or soy sauce), garlic, ginger, and Sriracha in a small bowl. In a skillet over medium heat, heat oil and add the diced salmon filets. Brown the salmon quickly on all sides, then pour the Teriyaki sauce over the salmon. Turn the heat up to high and stir to coat the salmon in Teriyaki sauce; then sprinkle the scallions on top. Cook on high heat until the salmon is glazed and cooked to your liking. Divide salmon into the bowls.

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Directions

1. To make this easy Teriyaki Salmon Bowl: Cook the sushi rice according to the packet instructions. Add a small dollop of butter to the rice if you like.

2. In the meantime, mix the rice vinegar, brown sugar, and salt together in a small bowl, stirring well until the sugar and salt have dissolved in the vinegar. When the rice is cooked, pour the dressing over and stir to coat the rice.

3. Divide the cooked rice between two bowls so that two-thirds of each base is covered. Sprinkle rice with sesame seeds. In the remaining third, arrange edamame and sliced avocado.

4. To make the Teriyaki sauce, mix the honey, sesame oil, tamari (or soy sauce), garlic, ginger, and Sriracha together in a small bowl.

5. In a skillet over medium heat, heat 1 tablespoon oil and add the diced salmon filets. Brown the salmon quickly on all sides, then pour the Teriyaki sauce over it. 

6. Turn the heat back up to high – stir so that the salmon is fully coated in the Teriyaki sauce and then sprinkle the spring onions over the top. Continue to cook on high heat for a couple of minutes, stirring occasionally, until the salmon is glazed and cooked to your liking. Remove from the pan and scoop the teriyaki salmon and spring onions onto the sushi bowls. Serve the Teriyaki salmon bowl with extra tamari soy sauce on the side if you like. Enjoy! ❤️

Recipe adapted from My Gluten-Free Guide.

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Tips for the Teriyaki Salmon Sushi Bowl Recipe

This Teriyaki salmon sushi bowl recipe is very adaptable. You can enjoy it hot, cold, or even at room temp!

  • Feel free to add more veggies like sautéed snow peas, sugar snap peas, or asparagus.
  • Try this recipe with tofu, chicken, or beef instead of salmon if you want to try other proteins.
  • Make a teriyaki salmon rice bowl with brown rice instead of sushi rice, for a great boost in fiber.

How and how long to store the teriyaki salmon leftovers?

This teriyaki salmon keeps in the refrigerator for up to 2 days in an airtight container. Reheat gently in the microwave or enjoy at room temperature.

Making Teriyaki salmon in the oven

If the stovetop method to make Teriyaki salmon is not an option for you, you can bake the teriyaki salmon in the oven while the rice is cooking. Marinate the salmon in the Teriyaki sauce for a couple of minutes, then arrange the salmon filet on a sheet pan or baking pan and bake at 400ºF (200ºC) for 15 – 20 minutes, until cooked through. Flake the salmon with a fork and transfer it to the rice bowls.

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  • Laura

    2022-06-15 21:53:59

    The final dish tasted great (though I didn't add any flavour to my rice) but the bowl was pretty dry using the stated measurements. I would definitely double if you like a saucier meal. I would also marinate the salmon in the sauce first to try and intensify the flavour.

  • RC

    2022-01-02 22:21:09

    Made it tonight for dinner and it was absolutely delicious. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

  • Zara

    2021-06-18 17:00:48

    Followed instructions to a T, but for me the flavor wasn't very strong for the salmon. I let it brown in the pan for additional flavor but I ended up adding flavored furikake so that I had more flavor overall for the dish. Not sure if will try again.

  • Leanne

    2021-06-01 20:47:16

    I liked it the second time I made because I made adjustments. The vinegar is so strong in the rice. I noticed in the picture, it doesn’t look that is a teaspoon of brown sugar. Maybe a typo? I tried a tablespoon instead the second time and it was better but can still smell/taste the vinegar just not as strong. I also doubled the sauce recipe, I may have used more salmon because it wasn’t enough but the second time after doubling it, was much better. Not sure if 3 tablespoons of vinegar is correct or the measurements in the sauce for the rice is correct.

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