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Japanese Teriyaki Salmon with Mushrooms with Happycall Double Pan

Japanese Teriyaki Salmon with Mushrooms with Happycall Double Pan

FULL VIDEO: Episode #18 Japanese Teriyaki Salmon with Mushrooms with Happycall Double Pan

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Teriyaki salmon is an easy recipe to make at home with a short preparation and cooking time. Teriyaki adds flavour to a salmon fillet and is just right when mixed with mushrooms. The salmon looks darker with the sauce, but inside it is pink and juicy. A delicious dish can be ready in 15 minutes.

We use the Happycall Double Pan in this video, but you can pan fry or bake the salmon as well. 


  • 30g mushroom (Choose two different types, preferably shimeji or shiitake. Buy online.)
  • 1 green onion
  • 1 tsp butter



  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 tsp teriyaki sauce 
  • 1 tsp mirin
  • 2 tsp corn flour
  • 2 tsp water


  1. Start with a salmon filet at room temperature. If taken out of the fridge, you may let it sit for about 1 hour. 
  2. Season with teriyaki sauce and mirin. Let it sit for 10 minutes.
  3. Prepare the sauce by mixing about half a up of water with the teriyaki sauce and mirin.
    Japanese Teriyaki Salmon with Mushrooms
  4. In another small bowl, mix 2 tsp of corn flour with 2 tsp of water. 
  5. Preheat the double pan for about 30 seconds.
  6. Place the salmon fillet in the pan with skin side down. Let it fry for about 2 minutes. 
    Japanese Teriyaki Salmon with Mushrooms
  7. Close the lid and flip the pan. Let it cook for another 1-2 minutes.
  8. You may open the lid and check. Aim to cook it at about 80%. Let it sit with the double pan closed. The trapped heat will further cook the fillet. 
  9. Add butter to a pan and stir fry the mushrooms. Add the sauce from step 3, and then add the corn flour water from step 4 to thicken the sauce. The teriyaki sauce will be mixed with the flavour of mushrooms.  
  10. Place the fillet on a plate, add sauce and garnish with chopped green onions. Enjoy! 

Additional information: 

  1. Remember a reasonably heated cookware and heated oil (not overheating) are key.
  2. Users will need basic cooking techniques and common sense (understanding of proper heat control, knowing how to check the food periodically, and so on).
  3. Heat level, Please note that the heat levels shown below are for general reference only. Every cooktop is different. The following ranges apply if 10 is the maximum.
  • Low heat: the heat level is 1-2.
  • Medium low heat: the heat level is 3-4.
  • Medium heat: the heat level is 5.
  • Medium high heat: the heat level is 7-8.
  • High heat: the heat level is 9-10.

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