Teriyaki Marinated Fish with Sweet Plum Sauce


Teriyaki is a cooking technique used in Japanese cuisine in which the food are being basted with a sweet soya marinade and then grilled. To make teriyaki sauce, you need soya sauce, mirin, and sugar. If you don't have mirin, you can substitute it with sake and sugar. If you want the dish with the beautiful shiny look, then get the sweet rice wine - mirin!

#Marinade:
  • 1 tbsp Teriyaki sauce
  • 1 tsp Honey
  • 1 tsp Lemon juice
  1. Clean and cut the fish filets into chunks. Mix the fish with marinade for 30 minutes. Heat up enough oil in a pan until very hot.
  2. Dip the marinated fish into the egg mixture and thinly coat with cornstarch. Deep-dry them until crisp, about 5 minutes. Drain and place them in a plate.
  3. Heat up a sauce pan, add in plum sauce, (and a pinch of salt if you like), cornstarch and water. Cook until it thickens. Pour over the fish and serve immediately.
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38 comments:

My Little Space 26/8/09 15:11

This is such a good looking thing that I'll never reject! Yum..yum...

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Peggy 26/8/09 15:28

this looks delicious! i just learned how to make teriyaki sauce not too long ago and used it with both mirin and sake and possibly a little bit of honey! Definitely easy and tasty!

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Fearless Kitchen 26/8/09 17:32

This looks great! Teriyaki sauce is a wonderful flavor that always goes over well with people.

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♥peachkins♥ 26/8/09 18:17

I love this. Usually it's chicken teriyaki but doing it with fish is brilliant! The fish looks really juicy and tasty.

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girlichef 26/8/09 18:49

Oh my gosh, I can taste it! Just that golden edge on the salmon is making my mouth water! Delicious :D

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KennyT 26/8/09 19:19

Angie, u even make your own teriyaki sauce! How wonderful! I usually get those store bought ones, haha.

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petite nyonya 26/8/09 19:28

Teriyaki sauce over fish, chicken or pork has always been one of my many favorites. I've never tried making it before because I don't know how to :D. Now I do. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Cooking-Gallery 26/8/09 19:53

As you maybe already know, I love teriyaki sauce...!!:)

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Vrinda 26/8/09 19:53

Wow fish fry looks so tender and juicy...will try it soon,me too posted salmon fry today...

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5 Star Foodie 26/8/09 20:30

That sounds like a wonderful preparation for salmon, I would love the plum sauce!

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nora@ffr 26/8/09 21:14

never made plum sauce on my own!! great idea!! yumm!! golden salmon looking heavenly delish!! :D

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Abhilash Pillai 26/8/09 21:53

Wow this appears to be really delicious...

Good recipe...

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pigpigscorner 26/8/09 23:23

This looks so mouth-watering! I am imagining eating this with rice now.

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Sweet and Savory 26/8/09 23:31

I love salmon and I am always looking for new ways to make it. Never would have t hought of a plum sauce. Thanks.

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Miranda 26/8/09 23:33

This looks mouthwatering!!

Your site is also been missed. I am so glad to be bag into the foodie world!!!!

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Katy ~ 27/8/09 01:20

Your photos make this look soooo mouthwatering good!!

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Donna-FFW 27/8/09 03:05

Love the sound of this dish, Angie. The sauce sounds incredible.

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Cinnamon Girl aka Reeni♥ 27/8/09 03:55

I've never had salmon this way. I bet it's delicious with all that sweetness. Love the sauce!

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Elin 27/8/09 13:55

Hi Angie,
I love salmon and this is one delicious way of cooking it! Thanks for sharing this! Thumbs up!

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CaptnRachel aka Tha Pizza Cutta 27/8/09 16:02

I really love this method and flavors-super easy! I know how to cook fish about 3 ways and stick to them, but I think this is doable and delicious :D

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Food For Tots 27/8/09 18:08

I am drooling looking at the shiny looking fish. Both teriyaki and sweet plum sauce are my favourite. ;)

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Angie's Recipes 27/8/09 19:29

THANK YOU! All my dear regular readers :-))

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Southern Grace Gourmet 27/8/09 22:46

Great recipe! you goto my attention with the plum sauce, delicious!

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Beachlover's Kitchen 28/8/09 05:53

look so refreshing!! I bet this fish must taste savoury yummy!!

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The Little Teochew 28/8/09 11:04

Pan fried in batter, then drizzled in sweet, tangy sauce ... mmmmm .... I will try this dish. I know it will be good. Thanks, Angie! :)

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Palidor 28/8/09 14:16

I love teriyaki! Mmmm, this would be terrific over a bowl of rice.

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lisaiscooking 28/8/09 19:00

I love teriyaki salmon! Sounds fantastic.

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Mythreyi Dilip 28/8/09 19:51

I had this "Teriyaki Shrimps" in one of the Japanese restaurants in NC. From that day on i was searching for this wonderful recipe. Thanks for sharing dear!

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Sophie 28/8/09 20:28

What a lovely fish dish & I adore plum sauce,..so delicious!!

Easy too!

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Sweta 29/8/09 02:03

I've never tried plum sauce with fish-sounds exotic!!!

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Selba 29/8/09 08:02

This fish must be so delicious especially because of the plum sauce *drools*

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Jo 29/8/09 17:55

I love fish with plum sauce and this recipe sounds absolutely delicious.

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Hornsfan 29/8/09 20:09

Beautiful photos, teriyaki is such a classic marinade for me, I love it on just about anything!

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Chef E 1/9/09 06:07

This dish is also gorgeous...I love plum sauce, so I can imagine how tasty this came out...do you make dishes like this often? I tend to spend time on more Indian cuisine, and not enough on Asian dishes like this!

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Term Papers 26/1/10 08:28

You make it pretty easy, and yummy, Teriyaki is a cooking technique used in Japanese cuisine in which the food are being basted with a sweet soya marinade and then grilled. To make teriyaki sauce, you need soya sauce, mirin, and sugar. If you don't have mirin, you can substitute it with sake and sugar. If you want the dish with the beautiful shiny look, then get the sweet rice wine - mirin! looking very beautiful and tasty.
And it is helpful that you share the tip Teriyaki Marinated Fish with Sweet Plum Sauce, You are look like a professional cooker. I will try at home.

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