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Easy with a frying pan!
This is a healthy “chan-chan-yaki” made with seasonal autumn salmon and plenty of vegetables.

You can use whatever vegetables you have in your refrigerator!
“Chan-chan-yaki” is perfect for using up leftover vegetables!

The salmon is steamed in a frying pan, so the salmon is plump! Vegetables are also delicious! Miso sauce goes well with fish, vegetables, and rice.

Ingredients (for 2-3 people)

Raw salmon・・・3 slices
Salt and pepper…a little
Cabbage・・・1/4 (250g)
Bean sprouts・・・1/2 bag
green pepper … 1 piece
Paprika・・・1/2 piece
Salad oil・・・1.5 tbsp
Sake: 2 teaspoons

miso sauce
*Miso: 2 tablespoons

*Mirin, sake: 1 tbsp each
*Sugar: 1/2 tbsp
*Grated garlic・・・1/4 teaspoon

how to make

1.Cut the cabbage into 3cm pieces, cut the carrots into thin strips, and cut the green peppers and paprika into chunks.

2.Sprinkle the salmon with salt and let it sit for 5 minutes, then wipe off the moisture with kitchen paper. Season salmon with pepper.

Heat 2 teaspoons of vegetable oil in a frying pan, brown both sides of the salmon, and remove.

3.Mix the * ingredients to make the miso sauce.

4.Quickly remove the dirt from the frying pan with kitchen paper.Put all the vegetables in the frying pan.

Place the salmon on top, sprinkle with sake, cover with a lid, and steam-grill for 10 minutes.

Sprinkle the sauce 1-2 minutes before the completion.

If you are not going to eat it right away and want to add the sauce later, put the sauce in a heat-resistant container and heat it at 600W for 30 seconds before eating.


Pao’s simple home meal Powered by livedoor blog (blog.jp)

Healthy with plenty of vegetables! Easy autumn salmon and cabbage chanchan-yaki in a frying pan: Pao’s easy home meal Powered by livedoor blog (blog.jp)