Monday, April 02, 2012

Crispy Sockeye Salmon over Jasmine Rice and Baby Japanese Potatoes

This is a dish that I concocted from all the ingredients I find in my refrigerator.   
Jasmine rice is cooked in a saute pan with finely chopped onions, chopped red bell peppers, pilaf style.  Japanese baby sweet potato fingerling about 3 inches were washed and microwaved at "potato" setting.   Peeled chopped and added to the rice to be stir fried.    At the end, add a few fresh crushed basil leaves from your kitchen's fresh herb garden (if you have some).  Cover and set aside.   Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon fillet is covered with Japanese bread crumbs - Panko mixed with some spices - Hungarian paprika, salt and pepper, chili flakes and placed breaded side down in a saute pan with olive oil - cook for approx 2 min or until the crumbs show sign of browning/crispness.    Then, turn the fillet over to finish cooking until done.
 


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