Broiled Salmon Teriyaki

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Broiled salmon teriyaki is a lot easier to make from home than you might think it is. Find out how to make broiled salmon teriyaki with help from an LA-based celebrity fitness coach and healthy chef in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Rona Lewis, Fitness and Lifestyle Coach and Healthy Chef. Today, I'm going to show you how to make salmon teriyaki. Now, I know, some of you maybe saying, teriyaki, you can just buy that and throw the salmon in it. But, there's a couple of secrets that will make your salmon, salmon teriyaki unbelievable and I'm going to show you. Now, this is regular teriyaki sauce. It actually has some sesame seeds in it. I got this from my favorite store, Trader Joe's. You can have it with or without it. I think that these little seeds add a lot of flavor. What else adds flavor? Extra garlic, extra ginger and this is pineapple juice. It gives a wonderfully tropical flavor to it. And all we're going to do is mix them altogether and you're going to use a whisk just to make sure that it's nice and mixed. Then, you're going to take the Ziploc bag, pour your mixture inside the bag, usually a freezer bag is a little better because it's thicker. Place your salmon which is about four to six ounces into the bag, close it up, shake it a little bit to make sure that it's totally marinated. And this is going to put, be put into your refrigerator for about two to three hours. Then, I'll show you what's going to happen next. The next step is to put your fish under the broiler. That's my favorite way of doing it if you don't have a grill. Now, this is a green way of putting olive oil onto your grilling pan. It's green because it's refillable; so I like to use that. Now, this has been marinating for about three hours in the refrigerator. You're going to take your tongs or your hand if you, if you're so inclined and just lay the fish just like that onto your pan. Then all it, all you do is put it on the broiler for six or seven minutes depending on the size of your fish and take it out and I'll show you what it looks like. And this is your finished product. Notice how brown and crusty and wonderful that looks and it tastes just fabulous because it's been marinating for two or three hours. I hope you enjoyed making salmon teriyaki with me. I'm Rona Lewis, Fitness and Lifestyle Coach and Healthy Chef. We'll see you soon!


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