Living by myself, I usually don’t get to use all the ingredients, so I have lots of frozen food in my freezer. This time, I had some frozen Salmon. I was thinking, “Humm, what can do with that?”. I was flipping through some of my cooking recipe and found this one. Luckily, I had some potatos and onions in my fridge(I had to go to a grocery store to get cucumber though). The salmon and scent of lemon synched really well with white wine(It was a bonus because I wasn’t really expecting much from this dish at first). This is a recipe which is really easy to cook and would definitely make a good entry appetizer for dinner.
- 9 oz of Potatos
- 1 slice of Salmon
- 1 cucumber
- 1/4 of Onion
- Some Salt
- Some Sake
- 2 tsps of Lemon Juice
- 2 tsps of Olive Oil
- 2 tbsps of Mayonnaise
- 1 tsp of Soy Sauce
- 1 tsp of Sugar
- Some Black Pepper
1. Peel the Potatos, cut them into bite-sized pieces. Pour some water into a pot, put the potatos, add some salt and boil it. Once it starts boilling, turn down to low-heat and simmer for about 10 mins.
2. While simmering the Potatos, cut the Onions and Cucumber as shown in the pic, put them into a bowl, sprinkle some salt over and leave for about 5 mins.
3. Take the Potatos in the sec 2 out of the pot. Don’t dump the water yet: put the Salmon and pour some Sake into the pot and boil it for 5 mins.
4. Squeeze the Onion and Cucumber in sec 2 with kitchen paper.
5. Put Lemon Juice, Olive Oil, Mayonnaise, Soy Sauce and Sugar into the bowl and mix.
6. Take the Salmon out of the pot, remove the skin and bones and separate the meat as shown in the pic.
7. Put the Potatos, Onion, Cucumber and Salmon into the bowl in the sec 6 and sprinkle some Black Pepper and mix.
8. Put your food on a plate.
Enjoy your meal!