This recipe is my own creation. I combined my favorite aspects of 3 different recipes and got...
Salmon a la PRO*
4 salmon fillets (cut to portion size)
1 c. soy sauce
white sugar to taste (at least 1 c. or more)
1 T. ginger, minced
4 cloves garlic, minced
3-4 green onions, sliced (green and some white)
Combine soy sauce and sugar and whisk until sugar dissolves. Taste mixture to make sure iti s the flavor you want (sweeter = more sugar, less sweet = more soy). Add ginger, garlic and green onions (you can also add more or less to taste). Pour mixture into a large ziplock bag and place fish in marinade. Marinate for up to an hour. To bake: preheat oven to 450. Pour marinade and fish into shallow baking dish (preferably glass). Bake until fish is cooked through, at least 20 minutes. To grill: Remove fish from marinade and grill on top of a piece of tin foil until fish is cooked through. Boil remaining marinade on stovetop for at least 5 minutes. Serve fish and marinade over sticky rice.
NOTE: This recipe is not an exact science, which is what I love about it. You can tailor it to fit your family's needs and it will always taste good. This marinade is also good with tuna steaks. Kids love it, too!
How many does this recipe serve? 4 servings, but can be doubled/tripled, etc.
What do you serve with this main dish? Sticky rice and either edamame, sugar snap peas or snow peas
*PRO is an old nickname. I never had a nickname until I was in my early 20's and then it stuck. I served this to my friends for New Years Eve several years ago and they began calling it Salmon a la PRO. The name stuck and the dish is requested often.