Seared Salmon Fillets with Teriyaki Butter Wine Sauce (Fresh Flavors June '14)
- 4 fillets Verlasso Salmon, available at the seafood counter
- 8 grinds TFM Sea Salt and Black Peppercorn Grinder
- 1 tbsp TFM Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- 1 shallot finely minced
- 1/3 c La Joya Reserve Sauvignon Blanc
- 1/2 c Soy Vay Veri Veri Teriyaki Marinade
- 3 tbsp TFM Unsalted Butter
Heat a skillet over medium high heat for 2 minutes. Add olive oil and swirl to coat. While skillet heats, season the salmon with salt and pepper grinder. Sear the salmon, flesh side down for 2-3 minutes. Turn salmon and lower heat slightly. Cook until the salmon is opaque and begins to flake, about 5 minutes. Remove from pan to serving plate. Add shallots to the pan and sauté until they begin to turn translucent, about 2 minutes. Take pan away from the heat, and add the wine, scraping up any browned bits from the pan. Add the teriyaki marinade and butter to the pan and stir to combine. Allow to reduce slightly to create a shiny sauce. Pour down over rested salmon fillets and serve immediately.
Out standing flavors together.
This was an outstanding cooking demo. Recipe was really easy to prepare. Flavors were great!
-dcspann, on 7/15/14
success at last
I've been very critical of my own cooking and have never been quite pleased with the result of my cooking of salmon. This is the one. It's a keeper.
-Gil, on 7/9/14
This was a hit! The sauce was amazing. Leftover sauce will be reserved for a future white fish meal that may need more flavor! My family LOVED this recipe. Also made the Summer Panzanella Salad per recipe, except replaced mint with torn fresh mozzarella. Another hit! I wish I were a wine drinker though. Suggested wine pairing (used for fish sauce also) was a hit with my family.
-G Verdi, on 6/22/14
Great recipe! Love the taste of the Salmon with the wine sauce.
-dcspann, on 6/21/14
I just Tried this and I will be doing the in store cooking demonstration this week
I was very Happy at the results and I look forward to the in store cooking demonstration this week and show you and allow you to taste how wonderful it is. And the Wine is out of this world.
-Chef Jeffrey, on 6/20/14
Soy Vey Teriyaki Marinade is too salty for me. Fortunately, The Fresh Market is the only place that you can find Truly Hawaiian Teriyaki Sauce. It's the best packaged Teriyaki on the market - bar none. I can imagine that the butter in this recipe will only make it that much better!
-Chris, on 6/5/14
This is so easy and can easily be adapted to other fish as well. This is how I will prepare my tuna!
-Babs, on 5/27/14