Recently I have been worried about my health. I made delicious fried salmon by browning panko until golden brown in a pan without frying it up in oil I recommend this for those of you who are on a diet.
2 tablespoons + 3 tablespoons + a little less than a teaspoon
Shredded lettuce, tomatoes, broccoli etc.; vegetables used for decoration
Roast the panko in a frying pan until golden brown. Roughly coat the salmon in salt and sprinkle with pepper.
Coat the salmon with flour, beaten eggs, and the panko in that order, and line them on a pan covered with parchment paper.
Bake for 28-33 minutes at 480°F/250°C (adjust the time according to your oven) and it's done.
Arrange on plates, and decorate it colorfully with shredded lettuce, fan-shaped cut tomatoes, and broccoli. Top with the well-mixed ◎ sauce, and enjoy!
Story Behind this Recipe
I made this for my parents who have recently started worrying about their weight...Heh..
I was able to bake this my oven in 30 minutes on the middle rack. It is good for you, but the breading is still crunchy and delicious . Salmon is delicious in the fall, so definitely try this recipe. It tastes even better with tonkatsu sauce It seems you don't need to use salt if you make this with salted salmon.