Teriyaki Salmon Bowl

The best thing about this recipe? It has only 4 ingredients for the salmon! I’m sure you could make your own teriyaki sauce, but most of the time I don’t have all those ingredients on hand. This is one of my favorite recipes and its one of the most simple ones!⁣

Teriyaki sauce can be high in sodium and sugar. It’s good to be aware of this to not go overboard, but a little bit is fine. If you’re concerned about this, primal kitchen makes a great teriyaki sauce. ⁣

For the roasted broccoli, I simply chop it into florets. Spray with avocado oil and sprinkle with garlic herb seasoning. The place on a baking sheet and cook at 425 for about 20 minutes. Start this before the salmon since it takes longer to cook!⁣

Sometimes I used microwaveable pouch rice and sometimes I cook rice in my rice cooker. It just depends on how hungry I am since sometimes rice can take a while to cook.⁣

So many people have tried and loved this recipe since I shared it in 2021. It’s easy and delicious. I promise you will crave it!

Teriyaki Salmon Bowl⁣

What you need:
~1 lb. salmon filet, cut into bite sized pieces (about 1.5 inches)⁣
1 tbsp. Sesame oil⁣
1/3 cup teriyaki sauce*⁣
1 tbsp. Sriracha, more less depending on tolerance⁣
Veggie + seasoning of choice
Whole grain: brown rice or quinoa

What you do:
1. Cut salmon into bite size pieces. ⁣
2. Heat large skillet with sesame oil over medium-high heat. Add teriyaki sauce and sriracha to pan. Stir sauce and allow to slightly bubble. ⁣
3. Add salmon to the pan. Gently stir salmon to fully coat with sauce and ensure each piece of salmon is touching the pan. Cook for about 3 minutes or until slightly golden. ⁣
4. Flip salmon pieces over and cook about 3 more minutes. ⁣
5. Serve over cooked rice with veggie of choice. I recommend roasted broccoli. Drizzle with more teriyaki and sriracha if desired.⁣

*I recommend a thicker teriyaki sauce, but if you are using a thin teriyaki sauce, add 1 tsp cornstarch to sauce before adding it to the pan. ⁣

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