salmon with yellow rice and edamame

Dinner Of Salmon Teriyaki With Yellow Rice And Edamame

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salmon with yellow rice and edamame

This tasty dinner has salmon teriyaki as a main dish, yellow rice with raisins as a side dish and edamame as a side vegetable!  A great thing is that all these recipes are very easy to make.  Teriyaki salmon takes just 15 minutes to make from start to finish, yellow rice is cooked in a rice cooker without any work on your part and edamame is the frozen edamame that’s defrosted in the microwave.  I love yummy dinners that don’t take much work 🙂

Salmon Teriyaki Recipe

how to make salmon teriyaki

In this easy recipe, salmon fillets are marinated in the mixture of soy sauce, mirin, brown sugar and vinegar, then quickly pan-fried.  To make this salmon teriyaki recipe even simpler, you can use bottled teriyaki sauce!  Please see easy salmon teriyaki recipe.

Yellow Rice Recipe

yellow rice recipe

The yellow rice is actually a white rice, and what makes it yellow is the spice called turmeric.  I make yellow rice in a rice cooker – just put in the regular rice and a pinch of turmeric and press the Start button.  To make yellow rice with raisins, just throw a handful of raisins into the rice cooker along with the rice.  For more details on yellow rice, see how to make yellow rice.

Edamame

frozen edamame from costco

The edamame I use is the frozen organic edamame from Costco.  To prepare this edamame, simply put the frozen edamame in a microwave safe bowl, cover with plastic wrap and microwave for 5 minutes.  Sprinkle the edamame with salt and enjoy!  If you have Costco near you, their edamame is great – see my page on Costco edamame.

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