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Sesame Salmon and Noodles

Mmmm.... don't you just love salmon?!  It was on sale this past week so I picked up a couple of packages and wanted to try something out of the norm.  We all like Asian-influenced food so when I saw Sesame Salmon with Noodles I knew it was worth a try.  I changed the recipe up some based on what we had in the fridge and pantry.
I used were Shanghai Noodles, at least I think that's what they are called, but you could use ramen noodles or even rice.  The green peas came straight from my uncle's garden.  My cousin had hand delivered them during Hurricane Igor. It was only now that I used them, but they kept fresh and tasted great.
Myself & Millard liked the meal although we thought that the sesame seeds were a little overpowering.  Christian loves anything that consists of seafood so it was a bit hit with him  and Alexander, as you can tell, loved the snow peas.
Next time I think that I'd like to make a little extra marinade to reduce and pour over the noodles or even the salmon. 
Sesame Salmon & Noodles


4 salmon fillets
4 tbsp teriyaki sauce
1 tbsp honey
1 tbsp sesame oil
Grated zest of 1 lime
Sesame Seeds
Mix teriyaki cause, honey, sesame oil and zest... marinade salmon for at least 10 minutes.   After marinading, coat chicken with sesame seeds and pan fry in a little sesame oil. 


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