6 oz Salmon filet
2 oz Teriyaki sauce
1/4 Medium sweet onion, cut into chunks
½ Small zucchini, cut into chunks
1 cup of steamed white rice
Salt & Pepper to taste
In a large frying pan, heat 1 tablespoon of oil and add salmon. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Once salmon is cooked remove from pan. Add onions and zucchini to pan and sauté until tender. Return salmon to pan and drizzle with teriyaki sauce. Turn heat on low until ready to serve.
In another pan, add oil and add 1 egg lightly beaten. Scramble until nearly cooked. Add steamed white rice, stir to combine. Add soy sauce to taste.
To serve, plate rice and top with salmon with vegetables.
Japanese Express (two locations)
2423 Schillinger Road S, Suite 108
28825 – A US Hwy 98
ABOUT THE GUEST:
Sammy Au, the owner of the Japanese Express has more than 15 Years experience in Asian Cuisine. After one year of trouble shooting and experimenting with the co-owner Ben Lin. They started Japanese Express.
The main ingredient that the owners care about the most - is the freshness of food. With the freshest ingredient for their style of cooking, the seasoning is very minimal. Match that with their very well seasoned hibachi top grille and the taste is superb.
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