EASY 10-MINUTE SALMON SALPICAO
What's your ultimate comfort food? Mine would be hot rice with any pinoy ulam. Now I wanna say that my favorite would be sinigang na baboy but really, you can't enjoy it without yet again, rice. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is the story of why I don't have abs.
Speaking of ulam perfect with rice, here's an easy 10-minute Salmon Salpicao recipe I made using SeaKing Wild Alaskan Keta Salmon Chunks.
It's perfect over hot rice paired with cold soda to wash it down.
For the recipe, you'll only be needing four basic ingredients to make the Salpicao sauce: soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, a little bit of sugar, and lots of garlic. I also like adding a little Knorr liquid seasoning towards the end of the cooking process for that extra soy sauce kick.
There are actually a lot of sources available online for this recipe and I got mine from Riverten Kitchen. You can check out the link for the complete recipe and procedure.
Disclaimer: The "10-minute" is just the stir-frying part of the whole process. I did not factor in the thawing of the salmon and the prepping of the ingredients but once you get that out of the way, cooking Salmon Salpicao is really easy especially if you're using premium quality products like SeaKing. The Keta Salmon Chunks is perfect for this recipe because it's already prepped in bite-sized pieces. I also found out that the chunks will yield an enjoyable texture if you sear the skin side a little longer. Try it. Or not. It's all up to you. What matters is you cook it to your liking.
SeaKing Alaskan Keta Salmon is available at leading supermarkets nationwide. Other options from the SeaKing Wild Alaskan products are the Pink Salmon Steak and Keta Salmon Slab.