Saturday, 29 November 2008

Salmon Baked Rice

As you might notice that I always cooked with either salmon or cod fish that is because the flesh on these fish are much fine and tastier for my picky boy :) And he loves to eat either one of this fish whenever I come out with new ideas to cook them. Today's Special will be on Salmon again and we are going to make a simple version of Salmon Baked Rice without using any white or red sauce.

Yup... no hectic preparation of sauce involved. It's just some cooked rice, fresh salmon slices, shimeiji mushroom, egg and Japanese Mayonnaise sauce. That's it! With all these ingredients you can whipped up a Quick and Easy Salmon Baked Rice within 15 - 20 minutes.


From the pictures, you can see that i actually serves it with some extra baked butter corns, tomato wedges and drizzle some extra BBQ sauce on top of the baked rice to enhance the favour. Since there are no liquid sauce in this baked rice, I crack an egg in the middle of the rice to create some moisture from the egg white and yolk.Posted by Picasa

Ingredients: (serve 1)
8 slices of Sashimi cut Salmon
1/4 Bunch of Shimeiji Mushroom
1 Rice Bowl of Cooked Rice
1 Egg, optional
2 Tablespoons of Assorted Shredded Cheese
Some Japanese Mayonnaise
Some BBQ Sauce

Methods:
1. Cook the rice accordingly and get ready a 1 person serving size baking dish.
2. Drizzle about 1 teaspoon of olive oil in a small non-stick pan and stir-fry the shimeiji mushroom for about 30 seconds, remove and set aside.
3. Next spoon the cooked rice into the baking dish and arrange the shimeiji mushroom around the side of the baking dish.
4. Make a well in the middle and crack an egg into the hole.
5. Lastly arrange the salmon slices on top of the rice and spread the shredded cheese evenly on top the fish.
6. Before baking, drizzle some japan Mayonnaise on it and bake in a toaster oven for about 5 - 7 minutes.(depend on the thicken of the fish and how well cooked you want the egg to be)
7. Remove the bake rice from the toaster and drizzle some extra BBQ sauce on top and serve immediately.

Notes:
a) Rinse and cut the shimeiji mushroom into individual stalk from the bundle.
b) You can serve it with some baked corn, just removed the husk from the corn, wash and pad dry then brush it with some butter and baked in the toaster oven for about 10 minutes, turn occasionally.

7 comments:

  1. looks really wonderful. One of the first few things I wanna learn when I purchase a new oven is to make baked rice!

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  2. Hi Noobcook, thanks for your compliment :) Actually i love bake stuffs esp those with cheese hehehe... :p I love the taste of the baked cheese.

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  3. Wow, I should try this one day. Haven't done bake rice before on my own. So glad that I found another recipe for my oven!

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  4. Hi Shoppingmum, I am sure you can do better than me... Love all your bento creations that you did for your kids... Thumb up!!!!! :)

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  5. What type of plate you use to fit in your oven toaster?

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  6. What was the temperature to cook it?

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    1. Hi Kai, you can bake it at 180 degree :) HTH

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