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Broiled Salmon (Sake no Miso Yaki)

Serves: 4 people

4 salmon steaks
1/4 cup white soybean paste (shiromiso)
1/2 teaspoon sugar
1/2 tablespoon soy sauce
2 chopped green onions


1. Broil salmon on each side until done, about six minutes per side (salmon will be underdone at this point).

2. Combine and mix miso, sugar and soy sauce. Spread on one side of each steak. Return to broiler until lightly browned.

3. Turn over, spread sauce on flipside, broil again.

4. Garnish with chopped onions.

Tip: Broiling is a dry-heat method of cooking generally done in the oven. It uses the broiler setting and is best for tender cuts of beef, chicken and fish.

To Broil: Set oven for broiling by preheating it for 10 minutes. Most of the times, electric oven's doors should be left slightly ajar, while the oven door for gas ovens should remain closed.



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