Once again, Julie shared in the South Arm Community Kitchen. Julie told us that when Vanessa called her on Monday for her help, she could’nt sleep that night as she was worrying of what to demonstrate in the cooking club. She is such a good friend to Vanessa that she would not say no to her.
As she was doing her rounds for the ingredients for her demonstration, she met a friend who works in a fish processing factory. This friend of her offered her some salmon fillets from her work place. That’s when Julie got her inspiration of her dish, which is Fried Salmon Fillet.
The Salmon Fillet is crisp and goes great with the home made salad dressing. The salad dressing is made with egg yolk, sugar, vinegar and olive oil.
Julie marinated the salmon fillet with salt, pepper, sugar, sesame seeds, garlic, ginger and rice wine for three hours. The last three ingredients help to get rid of the fishy smell from the fish.
Before frying, Julie coated the marinated salmon fillet with bread crumbs.
Julie used the Asian style bread crumbs which is more coarser than the Canadian bread crumbs. They are more like coconut flakes.
The salmon fillet is deep fried until golden brown in medium heat.
Julie served served her Fried Salmon Fillet with some slice tomatoes which has been sprinkled with plum powder. The plum powder adds some sweetness and a hint of sourness to the tomatoes, very tasty indeed. I seldom eat tomatoes just as it is but I ate a lot that day.
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wow, plum powder on tomatoes! i’m pretty sure i know what that is. if it’s what i think, in hawai’i, we eat it on gummi candy, shave ice, rock candy, and fruit (pineapple, watermelon, apple) but i’ve never had it on tomatoes. something to try…
The photos makes me hungry. I can’t wait to go to LA chinatown to eat dumplings.
Hee hee. I use that brand of panko too!
Looks healthy and delicious.