If you love salmon and teriyaki as much as I do, you’re going to love this incredible teriyaki salmon bowl! I love everything about this easy recipe! It’s made with juicy and flavorful salmon, homemade ginger garlic teriyaki sauce and loads of fresh veggies. Serve the salmon over a bowl of rice or salad! Dinner can’t get any easier, or more delicious, than this seafood recipe!
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Preparing the Salmon
Salmon is my favorite seafood and this teriyaki salmon one of my favorite seafood recipes! I love the versatility of this fish and I love that it’s readily available in my local grocery store year round. Try to use wild-caught salmon if possible – it has so much more flavor and tastes amazing! I personally like to remove the skin from my salmon, but feel free to leave it on if you like it. Use kitchen tweezers to remove any bones, too. Slice the fillet into serving size portions for easier and faster cooking.
Easy Teriyaki Sauce
My go-to homemade teriyaki sauce and marinade is perfect for this teriyaki salmon recipe! I never buy the store varieties any more since it’s so easy to make! It’s made with some amazing ingredients like soy sauce, ginger, garlic and sesame seed oil. Mix the ingredients together and pour over the salmon. Allow the salmon to marinate for at least 30 minutes but you can even prepare it the night before. Once you remove the salmon from the sauce, cook it in a small saucepan for 8 to 10 minutes until nicely reduced. Use it for extra seasoning!
Assembling the Bowl
You can start assembling this salmon bowl even before you have the salmon ready! Once you have the salmon marinating, prep the veggies! Load up your bowl with white or brown rice, or even quinoa. Even chopped romaine lettuce will work! Add your favorite veggies on top; I like to use avocado, bell peppers, carrots, edamame beans and radishes. Feel free to add any of your favorite veggies! This teriyaki salmon bowl is also great to make ahead of time and pack yourself a lunch for the next day! Just pack the bowl into a glass container and you’re all set to go! Add the salmon on top once it’s ready and enjoy!
Enjoyed my teriyaki salmon recipe? Check out some of my other teriyaki and seafood recipes!
- Try my easy and delicious ‘Teriyaki Chicken Stir-fry’ next, with loads of veggies!
- One of my favorites – Cedar Planked Salmon with lemon and herbs!
- Easy ‘Avocado Salmon Salad’ is topped with a poached egg!
- Hawaiian Teriyaki Meatballs – these juicy meatballs are coated in a pineapple sauce!
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