Salmon recipes-Salmon Hamburger Steak with Wafu Kinoko Sauce


Using salmon you can make a delicious hamburger steak! Because it’s combined with tofu paste, it’s incredibly tender. Besides it has much less calories! With easy steps wafu kinoko/mushrooms sauce, you can enjoy very tasty hamburg steak!
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Seafood recipes-Oba&Wasabi Tzatziki Sauce BBQ Salmon


Tzatziki Sauce is originally from Greek or could be recognized as Persian cuisine. The first time I had this sauce was when I was working at a donair shop in downtown in Vancouver. I instantly liked this rich yet sourly flavor. It can go really well with many kinds of meat. This time I arranged it in Japanese way! Using oba leaf can add nice oriental fragrance and Wasabi gives sharpness to the sauce. Please enjoy Wa-Fu Persian Food~!!
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Japanese dish, seafood- Goma-Miso Salmon Stew


Salmon can be often labeled as an autumn food in Japan. Maybe just because we have saying, “come back, salmon”  in this season. As you may know, salmons come back to the river after spending several years in the ocean. They, in autumn, usually content lots of fat. That’s why people prefer having them in this season the most. I read an article saying,, salmons are one the most purchased fish in Japan. We have many dishes salmon dishes. This time I would like to share stewed salmon. Some people may not like stewed fish. One of the common reasons might be just because of their fishy smell.. but if you cook with some seasonings and garnish, you can dramatically change the impression of fish stew! Goma-Miso(sesame&miso) is one of the best combination to go with many dishes. It’s not just because tastes good but also it covers some ingredients’ unwanted smell very effectively. I’m also including how to get to rid of those fishy smell with a simple method. Please enjoy Aki-no Bishoku!
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Pasta recipe, Japanese dish-Salmon & Wasabi Angel Pasta


Bought too much filet sashimi and don’t know how to use them up? I have a great pasta recipe for summer! Using fresh salmon with wasabi flavored soy sauce marinade, you can have very tasteful cold pasta. If you are lucky enough to get fresh wasabi root, you can experience different dimension of wasabi fragrance! Salmon can be substituted for any other kind of sashimi such as snapper, tuna, yellow tail, even using shell fish will also work really well. If you are not used having raw fish, you can use bleached prawns, squid and scallops. Choices are all yours. Enjoy your original pasta!
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