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Reduce heat and continue to stir frequently until teriyaki reaches desired thickness (about 2-3 min.) Place salmon fillets (skin side down) on prepared baking sheet, brush (or spoon) with teriyaki sauce. Reserving any unused teriyaki sauce to drizzle over finished bowl. Place salmon.

How to Make Teriyaki Salmon Bowls: Begin by marinating the salmon in teriyaki sauce. Simply add the salmon and teriyaki sauce to a zip lock bag (or a tupperware container), seal, and refrigerate. For best results, marinate the salmon for at least 1 hour, up to 8 hours.

Prepare Teriyaki Stir Fry Vegetables with Rice. If you enjoy meal prepping, this can be done up to 4. Cook or reheat rice while the salmon and broccoli are baking. Grab two bowls, add rice and top each with a fillet of salmon, cabbage, carrots, green onions, avocado, a squeeze of lime and a drizzle of remaining teriyaki sauce.

Top each salmon filet with a sprinkle of sesame seeds, if using. Serve immediately. In a small bowl, whisk together cornstarch and 1/4 cup water; set aside. In a small saucepan over medium heat, add soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic, ginger, honey and 1 cup water; bring to a simmer. Stir.

Bake the salmon at 400℉ for 10 mins. While the salmon is cooking, heat a large fry pan to medium high heat and add a splash of oil to the pan. When it is heated, add the halved bok choy to the pan and stir fry for 3-5 minutes, or until the bok choy is tender.

Divide the rice between 4 bowls, top with a piece of salmon, bok choy and avocado. Heat the olive oil in a skillet over medium heat, then add carrots and zucchini. Cook, stirring occasionally, until zucchini is translucent, about 5-7 minutes. Preheat oven broiler and placed salmon fillets on a baking sheet.

Brush one side with half of the teriyaki sauce and broil. 1. Teriyaki Salmon 2. Soba Noodles stir-fry with Spinach and Enoki Mushrooms. This bowl is so refreshing and summer approved.

Buckwheat soba noodles are lite, spinach and enoki mushroom are delicate and marry deliciously well with lite noodles. It is hard to say, if noodles or salmon are star of this meal. Let’s say, they are made for each other. Teriyaki Marinad.

Teriyaki Salmon. 1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. 2. Season both sides of the salmon filets with salt, pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder. 3. In a small bowl combine teriyaki sauce, sriracha, and honey – set aside.

4. Heat 2 tablespoon olive oil in a large skillet. 5. Sear salmon on each side for 3-4 minutes. 6. Add veggies, and garlic, then stir fry for 2-3 minutes, until they just begin to soften.

Set aside on a plate. In a small bowl whisk together all Teriyaki sauce ingredients and set aside until ready to use. Add remaining oil to your skillet and cook the salmon pieces, until nicely browned on the sides and almost cooked through to the middle. Rub the salmon with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. If using wasabi, you can take a small dab of wasabi and rub it onto each piece of salmon now (you can also just serve it on the side later).

Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F. Take the saucepan you prepared earlier and bring the sauce mixture to a simmer.

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Flip the salmon over in the pan, add the teriyaki sauce and cook for a further 2 minutes, or until the sauce has reduced to a glaze and the salmon is cooked.

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Toss the smoked salmon, grated lemon zest, chile pepper, and chopped onions or shallot into the bowl, season with salt and white pepper, and give everything a good stir.

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Mix the spices in a small bowl and sprinkle evenly to coat the salmon on both sides.

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Drain the salmon from the oil, pat dry, and transfer to a mixing bowl.

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Add the salmon fillets, season with salt and pepper, add the dill, and drizzle with the lemon juice.

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In another bowl, toss the salmon cubes with 1 tablespoon of tamari sauce and add enough mayo dressing to coat the salmon.

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  • sweat dripping from his forehead. the cameraman flips open the scope slowly. carefully. he peers into the vortex diamondback 6-24×50 scope. he takes in a breath. in. out. in. out. his target has moved in for a clear shot. his heart begins to beat slowly but heavily in his chest. kurslunk. kurslunk. the salmon with soba noodle soup has no clue. the end is nigh for this meal. he holds his breath. lines up the shot perfectly. he can’t miss. he won’t miss. his hand shaking he squeezes the trigger.

    “Alright that’s a wrap, good job people. Who’s up for Wendy’s?”

  • I love Gorden and always spot on i am learning from him i just watched this video
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6EiS7NxUac&t=104s

  • You should try this sauce I made it’s delicious:

    1 tbsp Premium soy sauce lee kum kee
    1 tbsp Sweet soy sauce Kecap manis
    1 tbsp Oyster sauce
    1 tbsp sesame oil
    1 tbsp honey
    1 tsp Fresh grated garlic
    1 tsp Grated ginger
    1 tsp tamarind paste
    1 tsp fish sauce
    1 tsp finely Chopped chili
    1 tsp ground sichuan pepper
    1 tsp 5 spice powder
    Pinch of brown sugar
    Pinch of salt
    Squeeze of lemon or lime juice….(or you can use either vinegar/saki/mirin/etc)
    1/2 cup Liquid chicken broth

    You can serve this sauce with vegetables, pork or rice it’s so delicious it’s the best sauce i’ve ever had

  • I’m so glad I watched your video. I was looking through so many videos on how to cook teriyaki salmon, but I just wasn’t pleased lol thank you so much! I can’t wait to cook this for my boyfriend. ��

  • The down side of being Gordon’s kids is that anything you eat at a normal food joint will taste like absolute garbage in comparison xD

  • This is so good, I cooked it tonight with your homemade teriyaki sauce and we never eat salmon like this before, it is so delicious. Thanks, Adam.

  • Whenever it come to Asian cooking and Japanese in specific terms this channel is No.1 channel on youtube. The chef is so calm he makes it even more catchy and simple.

  • I made this for my dad for Father’s Day! I switched in tilapia and brown rice, but it was still SO DELICIOUS!!!! Thanks for this recipe!!

  • * tell me bedtime stories daddy *

    Okay, olive oil in steak, in nice sear, literally 1 minute each side

    And i know its just a little girl but
    Who the fuck is going to sell the stuff at the bakery they still gotta make stuff right?
    Who’s gone take calls
    Who’s gone order stuff like flour

  • This is so good, I cooked it tonight with your homemade teriyaki sauce and we never eat salmon like this before, it is so delicious. Thanks, Adam.

  • Hey guys, i just tried this i made a bottle of the sauce and then a nice big piece of salmon with that teriyaki sauce. It is AMAZING and so easy to do! Thanks a lot for this recipe can’t wait to try the sauce with chicken wings and other stuff..:)

  • I love your dish choice and your simple yet very flavorful. I tried your recipe for the crepes and everyone (including me) loved it❤️. Can’t wait to try this teriyaki salmon dish��

  • Just loving your homemade terriyaki sauce. Since I’ve gone gluten free I really missed teriyaki, now I can make my own with gluten free soy sauce! I made your Oyakodon last night and it was so delicious. Making your terriyaki salmon tonight YUM. Thank you so much keep the recipes coming.

  • how did u do that without burning ur hand (i mean when she put the salmon in) IT WAS HOT i could have never done that UR SO BRAVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol love this dish and the way the color looks it just so pretty

  • Tilly: Thats maple syrup… like pure gold
    Gordon: Beautiful
    Olive oil: Its treason then
    Gordon: Vietnam flashbacks
    Also Gordon: Drowns salmon in olovol

  • Serious dish mate! Look forward to giving this a go! Your so right with the Pak Choi! Needs to be still crunchy when serving otherwise it’s like over wilted spinach… and we all know how that tastes!

  • * tell me bedtime stories daddy *

    Okay, olive oil in steak, in nice sear, literally 1 minute each side

    And i know its just a little girl but
    Who the fuck is going to sell the stuff at the bakery they still gotta make stuff right?
    Who’s gone take calls
    Who’s gone order stuff like flour

  • As I was cooking Salmon tonight I made this after seeing your post on Instagram…thanks it was gorgeous!! We will definitely be having this again..fresh/quick/easy thanks:)) x

  • If you don’t want to waste teriyaki sauce then simply grill them and 3 times during the grilling process for each side give them a glaze and use the back of a spoon to spread the sauce around. Helps if the sauce is thicker.

    They taste just as good.

  • Just loving your homemade terriyaki sauce. Since I’ve gone gluten free I really missed teriyaki, now I can make my own with gluten free soy sauce! I made your Oyakodon last night and it was so delicious. Making your terriyaki salmon tonight YUM. Thank you so much keep the recipes coming.

  • I made this for my dad for Father’s Day! I switched in tilapia and brown rice, but it was still SO DELICIOUS!!!! Thanks for this recipe!!

  • looks good. I’ll probably replace the salmon because teriyaki flavor and salmon….just no. i prefer my salmon with lemon dill and the like.

  • Another great recipe to add to the repertoire. To see him with his children is to see another side, the gentler side of the chef. The multi-faceted Gordon Ramsey! My compliments to you.

  • First and foremost, the dish looks delicious and beautiful.

    Secondly I do like this channel and I am subscribed. I like the relaxed, unhurried, intimate presentation of the chefs, but
    does anyone edit or assist the chefs with their presentation, does anyone produce the video? Maybe there needs to be a brief introduction to the recipe and an explanation that this is a random Irish Chinese American nouveau fusion dish that you may like to have for dinner.
    Why would a Cantonese Irish chef be cooking a faux-Japanese dish? This video had many mistakes made by the chef such as the vegetable he was cooking was not broccoli, Mirin is not a vinegar, but rather a wine or sake. He names three ingredients and says these are the “Holy Grail” of Asian cooking while meaning Holy Trinity, and even that was an incorrect generalization that those ingredients are used in the cooking of the diverse 4.5 Billion people of Asia. Garlic is rarely used in authentic Japanese cooking and incidentally Salmon is a North American / Western European fish only recently introduced to Japan by the Norwegians. Maybe the problem is that Teriyaki and Sushi in the Video’s title seem to indicate it is a Japanese dish while a more accurate title might have been Salmon Rice Bowl with Yummy sauce.

  • This is the first time I’ve come across your channel. I love the way you talk! The way you explain things and break it down! Definitely subscribed and going to try out your recipes!

  • Have both been waiting for another teriyaki recipe, and been talking about getting more salmon into our diets at home. I don’t know how you knew Adam. But you came through again!

  • I made this for my dad for Father’s Day! I switched in tilapia and brown rice, but it was still SO DELICIOUS!!!! Thanks for this recipe!!

  • Brilliant. As an extra, my wife is gluten intolerant so the homemade teriyaki sauce means I can use gluten free soy whereas a gluten free store bought one was not possible. It opened our meals up a lot.

  • Made this for dinner tonight, simple and really tasty. Mine didn’t come out as pretty, I’m no food stylist. But the flavors were spot on and the simplicity makes this a natural “go to” dish.

  • That teriyaki sauce tastes so good. Finding the sake was the hardest part to find, had to head to a large liquor store and buy a 16.00$USD bottle of drinking sake. That sauce was well worth it ��

  • After this few minutes of calmness gordon quickly drove to the next best crappy restaurant to scream at someone to get back in shape.

  • Hi Tatyana, thank you so much for this amazing recipe. I love them all. I have one question I hope you’ll reply, is it ok substitute the rice wine to rice vinnegar? thank you so much.

  • I love your dish choice and your simple yet very flavorful. I tried your recipe for the crepes and everyone (including me) loved it❤️. Can’t wait to try this teriyaki salmon dish��

  • That teriyaki sauce tastes so good. Finding the sake was the hardest part to find, had to head to a large liquor store and buy a 16.00$USD bottle of drinking sake. That sauce was well worth it ��

  • Hi Adam..i cook follow your recipe..exactly what you’ve been told. And for many many times i cook..taste delicious and makes my kids close their eyes when the salmon entering their mouth. Thank you so much Adam. May God give you health, success, and many good things in you live.

  • I’m so glad I watched your video. I was looking through so many videos on how to cook teriyaki salmon, but I just wasn’t pleased lol thank you so much! I can’t wait to cook this for my boyfriend. ��

  • I love your videos. It would be nice to see your reaction when you eat what you cook. You’ll get a lot of subscribers just for that. If you haven’t noticed People love watching people eat on the internet.

  • Incredible!! I don’t eat fish sadly �� so what would you say is the best meat to use instead? Chicken? Definitely giving it a go though…..

  • Beautiful looking Recipe. I usually do a Salmon Teriyaki and add bourbon to it and let it marinade for 24 hours or so. It is incredibly flavorful with the addition of Bourbon, and gives me a reason to keep a bourbon bottle around the kitchen cabinet for the Chef. LOL Cheers

  • Hi Tatyana, thank you so much for this amazing recipe. I love them all. I have one question I hope you’ll reply, is it ok substitute the rice wine to rice vinnegar? thank you so much.

  • The down side of being Gordon’s kids is that anything you eat at a normal food joint will taste like absolute garbage in comparison xD

  • I love Gorden and always spot on i am learning from him i just watched this video
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6EiS7NxUac&t=104s

  • First and foremost, the dish looks delicious and beautiful.

    Secondly I do like this channel and I am subscribed. I like the relaxed, unhurried, intimate presentation of the chefs, but
    does anyone edit or assist the chefs with their presentation, does anyone produce the video? Maybe there needs to be a brief introduction to the recipe and an explanation that this is a random Irish Chinese American nouveau fusion dish that you may like to have for dinner.
    Why would a Cantonese Irish chef be cooking a faux-Japanese dish? This video had many mistakes made by the chef such as the vegetable he was cooking was not broccoli, Mirin is not a vinegar, but rather a wine or sake. He names three ingredients and says these are the “Holy Grail” of Asian cooking while meaning Holy Trinity, and even that was an incorrect generalization that those ingredients are used in the cooking of the diverse 4.5 Billion people of Asia. Garlic is rarely used in authentic Japanese cooking and incidentally Salmon is a North American / Western European fish only recently introduced to Japan by the Norwegians. Maybe the problem is that Teriyaki and Sushi in the Video’s title seem to indicate it is a Japanese dish while a more accurate title might have been Salmon Rice Bowl with Yummy sauce.

  • I have been using your teriyaki recipe since the week you uploaded, and wow it goes well in so many dishes. I’ve even used it as a light dressing for salad. Simple and delicious, just as food should be… for a working bloke. 😉

    Edit: btw, I enjoy the bg music.

  • This recipe has become a staple in our household. So easy and so delicious! We serve it along side oiled greens for a complete meal.

  • brother I really love your vibe man. the calmness and enthusiasm in your voice is soothing. keep up your amazing work and a BIG thank you for gifting us with your knowledge

  • I made this for my dad for Father’s Day! I switched in tilapia and brown rice, but it was still SO DELICIOUS!!!! Thanks for this recipe!!

  • I recently discovered your teriyaki glaze recipe in one of your cookbooks and hands-down it is the easiest home-made but such a versatile sauce that can be used in making so many yummy and healthy dishes. My kids (as do myself and my husband) cannot get enough of this sauce and your recipes. Thank you!

  • After this few minutes of calmness gordon quickly drove to the next best crappy restaurant to scream at someone to get back in shape.

  • I love the idea of this dish. I have one question though. Why brush the salmon with corn flour when you cook them separately, but combine at the end? Does this allow the corn flour to combine with the sauce when combine while cooling? I’ve always thought that cooking the corn flour with sauce is how you make that thick sought after consistency.

  • Hi Adam..i cook follow your recipe..exactly what you’ve been told. And for many many times i cook..taste delicious and makes my kids close their eyes when the salmon entering their mouth. Thank you so much Adam. May God give you health, success, and many good things in you live.

  • Hey guys, i just tried this i made a bottle of the sauce and then a nice big piece of salmon with that teriyaki sauce. It is AMAZING and so easy to do! Thanks a lot for this recipe can’t wait to try the sauce with chicken wings and other stuff..:)

  • It was all so good until you made the salmon “nice and crispy” like what the hell! You want to cook it with so much love that it becomes a very soft and tender spoiled brat

  • Have both been waiting for another teriyaki recipe, and been talking about getting more salmon into our diets at home. I don’t know how you knew Adam. But you came through again!

  • I have been using your teriyaki recipe since the week you uploaded, and wow it goes well in so many dishes. I’ve even used it as a light dressing for salad. Simple and delicious, just as food should be… for a working bloke. 😉

    Edit: btw, I enjoy the bg music.

  • It was all so good until you made the salmon “nice and crispy” like what the hell! You want to cook it with so much love that it becomes a very soft and tender spoiled brat

  • I love your videos. It would be nice to see your reaction when you eat what you cook. You’ll get a lot of subscribers just for that. If you haven’t noticed People love watching people eat on the internet.

  • sweat dripping from his forehead. the cameraman flips open the scope slowly. carefully. he peers into the vortex diamondback 6-24×50 scope. he takes in a breath. in. out. in. out. his target has moved in for a clear shot. his heart begins to beat slowly but heavily in his chest. kurslunk. kurslunk. the salmon with soba noodle soup has no clue. the end is nigh for this meal. he holds his breath. lines up the shot perfectly. he can’t miss. he won’t miss. his hand shaking he squeezes the trigger.

    “Alright that’s a wrap, good job people. Who’s up for Wendy’s?”

  • looks good. I’ll probably replace the salmon because teriyaki flavor and salmon….just no. i prefer my salmon with lemon dill and the like.

  • Brilliant. As an extra, my wife is gluten intolerant so the homemade teriyaki sauce means I can use gluten free soy whereas a gluten free store bought one was not possible. It opened our meals up a lot.

  • If you don’t want to waste teriyaki sauce then simply grill them and 3 times during the grilling process for each side give them a glaze and use the back of a spoon to spread the sauce around. Helps if the sauce is thicker.

    They taste just as good.

  • I love the idea of this dish. I have one question though. Why brush the salmon with corn flour when you cook them separately, but combine at the end? Does this allow the corn flour to combine with the sauce when combine while cooling? I’ve always thought that cooking the corn flour with sauce is how you make that thick sought after consistency.

  • This is the first time I’ve come across your channel. I love the way you talk! The way you explain things and break it down! Definitely subscribed and going to try out your recipes!

  • Made this for dinner tonight, simple and really tasty. Mine didn’t come out as pretty, I’m no food stylist. But the flavors were spot on and the simplicity makes this a natural “go to” dish.

  • Tilly: Thats maple syrup… like pure gold
    Gordon: Beautiful
    Olive oil: Its treason then
    Gordon: Vietnam flashbacks
    Also Gordon: Drowns salmon in olovol

  • brother I really love your vibe man. the calmness and enthusiasm in your voice is soothing. keep up your amazing work and a BIG thank you for gifting us with your knowledge

  • Whenever it come to Asian cooking and Japanese in specific terms this channel is No.1 channel on youtube. The chef is so calm he makes it even more catchy and simple.

  • how did u do that without burning ur hand (i mean when she put the salmon in) IT WAS HOT i could have never done that UR SO BRAVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol love this dish and the way the color looks it just so pretty

  • You should try this sauce I made it’s delicious:

    1 tbsp Premium soy sauce lee kum kee
    1 tbsp Sweet soy sauce Kecap manis
    1 tbsp Oyster sauce
    1 tbsp sesame oil
    1 tbsp honey
    1 tsp Fresh grated garlic
    1 tsp Grated ginger
    1 tsp tamarind paste
    1 tsp fish sauce
    1 tsp finely Chopped chili
    1 tsp ground sichuan pepper
    1 tsp 5 spice powder
    Pinch of brown sugar
    Pinch of salt
    Squeeze of lemon or lime juice….(or you can use either vinegar/saki/mirin/etc)
    1/2 cup Liquid chicken broth

    You can serve this sauce with vegetables, pork or rice it’s so delicious it’s the best sauce i’ve ever had

  • You’re the boss. Absolutelly genuin, respectful and loving relationship with your daughter. This is what cooking is about. Sharing for your loved ones. Respect.

  • I still wonder if Japanese people pronounce “Salmon” in Romanji as “Sarumon” and whether or not they make any Lotr/Hobbits references when doing so.

  • Another great recipe to add to the repertoire. To see him with his children is to see another side, the gentler side of the chef. The multi-faceted Gordon Ramsey! My compliments to you.

  • I still wonder if Japanese people pronounce “Salmon” in Romanji as “Sarumon” and whether or not they make any Lotr/Hobbits references when doing so.

  • I recently discovered your teriyaki glaze recipe in one of your cookbooks and hands-down it is the easiest home-made but such a versatile sauce that can be used in making so many yummy and healthy dishes. My kids (as do myself and my husband) cannot get enough of this sauce and your recipes. Thank you!

  • This recipe has become a staple in our household. So easy and so delicious! We serve it along side oiled greens for a complete meal.

  • You’re the boss. Absolutelly genuin, respectful and loving relationship with your daughter. This is what cooking is about. Sharing for your loved ones. Respect.

  • Of the many teriyaki salmon recipes, I picked yours to try.
    Looks authentic and simple. Tried it tonight. Turned out delicious! Cant wait to see your new posts.