I like cooking salmon blocks or fillets especially when using a non-stick wok or pan to fry them. It cooks nicely with little or no oil and tastes good with some butter for frying.
This is a simple and easy salmon dish to prepare. The sauce blends well with the browned salmon pieces. The sauce is sourish, savoury sweet with the aroma of ginger and garlic.
2 – 3 pieces salmon blocks [depends on the size]
1 big onion – peeled and sliced
Some red capsicum or red chilli – cut strips
Some spring onions – cut 1inch lengths
Sauce Ingredients [combine]
2 tbsp Hoisin sauce
1 tbsp light soy sauce
1 tsp each of sugar, sesame oil and lime juice
Dash of pepper
2 cloves garlic – grated
- Combine the sauce ingredients in a bowl. Taste to adjust seasoning.
- Heat up wok with a dollop of butter to pan fry salmon blocks until cooked and brown on both sides. Dish up on serving platter.
- Using the same wok, sauté onions and chilli for a few seconds. Pour in the sauce ingredients, bring it to a boil until aromatic.
- Lastly add in the spring onions. Pour cooked sauce over fried salmon.
- Serve immediately.