Sweet soy Ginger Salmon Bites!

D developed this recipe from bits of others and it is so yummy! Love the marinade/sauce. For J, the flavors border on the subtle side but are still quite enjoyable. The Nori sheet under each portion and the sesame seeds in the marinade/sauce give the bite a crunch. The ginger, honey, scallions and soy sauce combine for an enjoyable mix of flavors, spiked by the desired amount of siracha for heat. After you remove each portion from the muffin tin and let cool, you can eat with fingers or with a fork. Hope you enjoy!


16 oz salmon fillet, skin removed, cubed in 1/2″ pieces

2 tbsp sesame oil

1/4 cup low sodium soy sauce

1 tbsp siracha – or season to taste

2 tsp grated ginger

2 tbsp honey

2 tbsp toasted sesame seeds

2 scallions sliced thin

1 cup cooked rice

Nori sheets

Spray muffin tins with oil. Line each with 2 sheets of snack-sized Nori sheets. Put one tbsp of cooked white rice in bottom of each cup (on top of Nori sheets). Marinate cubed salmon for 1/2 hour with half of the marinade. Save the other half for drizzling.

Pile cubed marinated salmon in muffin tins on top of rice. Bake at 400 degrees for 12 minutes or until salmon is done. Remove and drizzle with remaining marinade.

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