Total Time
20mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

Another dish with a slight bite from Thai Cooking & More

Directions

  1. Preheat broiler or grill.
  2. Combine soy sauce and 1/2 tsp wasabi paste; mix well. Spoon mixture over salmon with skin side down. Place salmon, skin side down, on grill over medium heat or rack of broiler pan.
  3. Grill or broil 4 to 5 inhces from heat source for about 8 minutes. Salmon should be flakey.
  4. Meanwhile, combine mayonnaise and remaining 1 tsp of wasabil paste & mix well. Taste and add more wasabi if desired. Transfer salmon to serving plates and top with mayonnaise mixture.
Most Helpful

Good recipe and easy-to-follow instructions. I liked the wasabi-soy coating on the salmon. I found the mayonnaise so-so. It needed more oomph - not necessarily more wasabi, but something.

evelyn/athens June 04, 2008

4 stars.. I need to make this again though, because DH the wasabi fan said that even though I added more wasabi than stated that he was surprised not to taste more of it in the finished salmon. This was quick to make, and I think that it's definiatly a recipe for us to work on becuase DH is very pleased with the overall flavour.. he just wants more of it LOL. Made for Zaar World Tour 2008. Thanks!

kiwidutch June 03, 2008

I loved this and would rate it 5 stars for myself, but opinions in my family were mixed. DH, who admittedly is not a fan of fish, was about a 3 stars--he didn't like it as well as some other ways that I've prepared salmon. DS thought it was yummy, but he loves salmon! I loved that this seasoning was flavorful but not so strong as to mask the flavor of the salmon, and also that it was fat-free and sugar-free. The wasabi was not very noticeable in the final product, even though it was pretty potent before cooking. I think perhaps I'll try it with more wasabi next time. I skipped the wasabi mayo as I didn't feel it was necessary (and I'm on a diet!). Thanks so much for sharing, Beautiful BC! Made for Everyday is a Holiday tag game.

Halcyon Eve August 04, 2009