Cut the salmon into bite sized pieces, and sprinkle with salt.
Cut the cabbage and onion into easy to eat pieces.
Combine the flavoring ingredients and mix well.
Heat 1 tablespoon of oil in a frying pan, and cook the salmon on both sides. When it's lightly browned, take it out.
Put another tablespoon of oil in the frying pan and stir fry the cabbage, onion and bean sprouts.
When the vegetables become pliant, add the butter and the combined flavoring ingredients.
When everything from step 6 has mixed well together, re-add the salmon, cover the pan wiwth a lid and steam-cook for about 5 to 10 minutes - 5 minutes for crunchy-crispy vegetables, 10 minutes for soft vegetables.
Transfer to serving plates and it's done.
Story Behind this Recipe
Salmon is a fish that's full of good nutrients that have antioxidative properties. It's great for keeping your skin beautiful, combatting fatigue, and prevent you from becoming overweight.
A lot of moisture will come out of the vegetables, so you can thicken it with a little katakuriko dissolved in water if you like. If you are watching your salt intake though, I recommend not using katakuriko since thickening the sauce will make you take in more of it, and more salt. Add some seasonal vegetables or mushrooms to taste.