Living away from my home country has made me try new cuisines without travelling away from this country. England is a multi-cultural country where many different foods are now part of the daily eating habits of the population. I've been having the pleasure of eating Asian, Indian, Lebanese, Arabic, Turkish, Japanese, Chinese food in restaurants but rarely cooking at home this kind of foods.
After a day at work discussing menus with a chef, he mentioned this dish - Salmon Teriyaki which is one of the favourites of the residents. I was quite surprised, because the majority of residents are British. He got me tempted to try this new recipe at home. Sometimes, trying a different dish, specially from a different culture can cause some insecurity however it's always exciting! Breaking the routine on weekdays trying a new recipe can be really one of the best moments of the day.
Diet advice: The WHO recommends consuming at least two portions of oily fish per week. Oily fish is rich in omega 3 which can help to fight inflammation and protect from cardiovascular diseases.
Ingredients (serves 4):
Hi, I'm Joana, a Portuguese registered dietitian in the UK. I am passionate about helping others achieving their health goals.