Shio-koji Steamed Salmon Recipe

Over the weekend we bought some fresh salmon at Whole Foods and decided to marinate it in shio-koji




red onions

broccoli raab


What you’ll need:

A steamer (we used a bamboo steamer)

Parchment paper

step 1 Massage the salmon with shio-koji and leave to marinate for up to one day

step 2 Cut and wash vegetables (not too thin or small because they will cook too much)

step 3 Layer ingredients on parchment paper, we put the broccoli raab on the bottom, then salmon, then onions on top.

step 4 wrap up the ingredients making a pouch

step 5 Put into steamer, and that’s it!  When the salmon is cooked all the way, take it out and enjoy!  The liquid on the bottom is the best part!


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