Foodie Friday

Healthy Recipe of the Week

Teriyaki Salmon and Rice Bowl

Not a fan of salmon?

Swap with skinless, grilled chicken, tofu, or add more edamame!

Ingredients

  • (1) 1.5 cup Cooked Jasmine Rice (*may substitute for rice of choice or quinoa)
  • 2 teaspoons Avocado Oil
  • 12 ounces Skinless Salmon Filet (cut into cube pieces)
  • 1 tablespoon Honey
  • 1 tablespoon Tamari Sauce (*may substitute for soy sauce)
  • 1 teaspoon Sesame Oil
  • 1 Garlic Clove (grated)
  • 1 teaspoon Fresh Ginger (grated)
  • 2 teaspoons Sriracha Sauce (*Optional: Add more sauce for serving)
  • 1 Avocado (sliced)
  • ½ cup Shelled Edamame (heated according to package directions)
  • ½ cup Carrots (shredded)
  • 2 teaspoons Black Sesame Seeds
  • 2 Green Onions (chopped)

Directions

Divide rice (or quinoa) between two bowls. Heat avocado oil over medium-high heat and add salmon, tossing to evenly brown. In a medium-sized bowl, whisk together the honey, tamari sauce (or soy sauce), sesame oil, garlic, ginger and two (2) teaspoons sriracha sauce and pour over salmon. Toss salmon in the sauce until sticky and salmon is cooked through. Add salmon on top of the rice (or quinoa) and divide the avocado, edamame, and carrots to each bowl. Garnish with sesame seeds, green onions and a drizzle of sriracha if desired.

Yields: 2 servings

 

 

 

 

Reference 

YMCA. (2022, July 25). Recipe: Teriyaki salmon & rice bowls. YMCA of Greater Seattle. https://www.seattleymca.org/blog/recipe-teriyaki-salmon-rice-bowls?utm_source=targeted-email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=member-newsletter&utm_term=Aug_23_2022&utm_content=recipe-teriyaki-salmon-rice-bowls-lp

 

 

About rrluthi

Certified fitness expert with a passion for educating and empowering people of all ages (young "kiddos" to the active aging "baby boomers") about the benefits of adopting and maintaining an active, healthy lifestyle, preventing injury, and feeling good. Proven strengths applying cutting-edge fitness/wellness concepts and research through roles as a health coach, fitness trainer, group exercise instructor, and rehabilitation aide—in addition to promoting these concepts in a more systematic way through blogging and social media, community outreach, and corporate wellness program facilitation.
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