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Sweet-and-Savory Glazed Salmon
This speedy and simple Japanese-inspired salmon dish is packed with flavor thanks to the marriage of sweet mirin, dry sake and salty, umami-rich soy sauce. We brush the fillets with some of the mixture, then reduce the rest to a syrupy glaze that is spooned on at the finish. A crisp salad of thinly sliced sweet onion and baby bok choy provides a fresh, crunchy counterpoint to the boldly seasoned fish. If you have some furikake, a Japanese condiment of sesame, seaweed and other seasonings, use it in place of the toasted sesame seeds. Or if you have nori snacks, crumble some up and sprinkle them on as a garnish.