Salmon Steak with snow pea salad
20th November 2015 | Seafood and Fish | No Comments|
Salmon steak with snow pea salad
2pcs salmon steak (180 g each)
200g snow peas
1tbsp aji-mirin (Japanese wine vinegar)
1tbsp roasted white sesame seed
To taste salt and pepper
- Wash the salmon and then pat them dry with paper towel/kitchen roll, season with salt and pepper and set aside.
- Meanwhile wash the peas and dry them in a salad dryer/spinner, trim both ends of the peas and then slice them lengthways thinly (thin as a match stick). In a bowl mix together the peas, mirin and sesame seeds and add salt and pepper to taste. Put them in the fridge while you cook the salmon steak.
- Heat up a griddle or grill or frying pan if you don’t have any other gadget, cook the salmon for 3 minutes each side then switch off the flame (or remove from the heat) and let the salmon sit for at least 2 minutes in the hot grill/griddle/frying pan.
- Arrange your pea salad on the plate and then put the salmon steak on top of it. Serve with olive oil mashed potatoes.