Japanese food is widely cooked in restaurants in some countries such as Malaysia and Thailand. They have been promoted as another way to practice a healthy lifestyle. Sashimi is a dish that consists of thin slices of simply sushi-grade fish such as salmon.
Salmon is essential to give us a healthy body because of the Omega-3 fatty acids. However, it is essential to consider the capacity of chosen restaurants to prepare the raw salmon hygienically before you decide to dine out. The bacteria living in natural food might enter the body system unintentionally.
As consumers, fresh salmon sashimi prepared in a clean environment is a good return we could get from suppliers before enjoying them instantly.
- 600g Frozen Salmon filets (unskinned) (diced)
- Two tablespoon chilli sauce (Thai garlic chilli sauce)
- 1-2 tablespoon wasabi (Japanese green mustard)
- One tablespoon Maggi seasoning
- Two tablespoon soy sauce
- One tablespoon sugar
- One tablespoon virgin olive oil
- Green spring onion (chopped)
- Fresh parsley (chopped)
- One tablespoon fresh lime juice
- One tablespoon fresh orange juice
- Defrost the Salmon filets and dice it into large cubes. Mix the soy sauce with the lime and orange juices in a bowl. Toss the salmon with ¼ tablespoon soy sauce and drain it after a minute in a medium bowl.
- Mix the Maggi seasoning, Thai sauce, virgin oil and wasabi and heat them about 2 minutes in another bowl. Toss all the ingredients with the salmon.
- Sprinkle some of the parsley and spring onion on top of the salmon. Enjoy it immediately.