If you're looking for an easy, flavorful dinner idea, this teriyaki glazed salmon is the perfect idea! Served over a bed of white rice, it's a complete meal with huge flavor.
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Rice has always been a comfort food to me. I remember when I was little and would not feel well, my mom would make me a big bowl of white rice with butter on it. I don't know if it was really all that good to settle my stomach, but it always did the trick.
Likewise, my husband growing up lived off of rice. He didn't like potatoes (weird, I know) so rice was always the side of choice at dinner.
So nowadays, we love having rice as a side. But sometimes, it's a last minute dinner or decision to have rice and I run out of time to wait 30 minutes for a pot of rice to cook.
But then my life changed when I discovered Veetee Rice. This rice comes in individual containers that are perfect for 2-3 portions of rice and it heats up in 2 minutes in the microwave. This rice is so fluffy and it's quickly become our favorite addition to so many meals.
It's a perfect addition to this teriyaki glazed salmon recipe. Working in a restaurant in college, I've always been a bit intimidated to make salmon on my own. But my parents love having salmon and I've learned over the last year or so that cooking salmon doesn't have to be complicated. My mom makes it super simple, either with butter and seasonings or with this low-sodium teriyaki sauce.
Don't let the simplicity of this recipe fool you into thinking the taste is bland or simple. Because this teriyaki glazed salmon is anything but boring!
- 1 lb fresh salmon
- ½ cup low sodium teriyaki sauce
- 1 package Veetee long grain rice
- Preheat oven to 350.
- Spray a 9x13 glass baking dish with cooking spray.
- If salmon is not deboned, remove bones as best you can.
- Add salmon to baking dish and cover with teriyaki sauce.
- Bake for 5 minutes per inch thickness of the filet, until salmon is vibrantly colored and internal temperature is 145 degrees.
- Serve with Veetee long grain rice.
If salmon is not deboned, try to remove bones as best you can.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 0Total Fat: 0g
I've now learned that salmon is super easy to cook and can be an under 30 minute meal easily, especially with the help of Veetee rice. This is now a go to meal of ours that is quick and easy but flavorful and even feels a bit fancy!
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You can find Veetee at your local grocery store or you can even buy it on Amazon in a six pack case, which is exactly what I'll be doing in the future! Veetee sent me a bunch of samples for this post and sadly I've run out! I can't wait to restock. It's been so nice having rice on hand when we need an extra side for dinner at the last minute.