Bulgogi Salmon Recipe
Spicy and non spicy

The great thing with Bulgogi sauce is that's its very versatile, there are loads of uses of it and here I have made bulgogi salmon. you could use any fish and I have used two salmon fillets to make a spicy and non spicy fish dish.

This is a very easy dish to make, and a great example of how Korean fusion recipes are popping up all around the globe as people experiment with Korean flavours. Salmon bulgogi is one of many successes that will aid Korean food in becoming popular around the world.

I have used the following Ingredients:

2 Salmon Fillets
6 Tablespoons of bulgogi Sauce
1 teaspoon of red pepper powder
Rice/potato or side dishes to serve with it

Begin by making the bulgogi sauce if you don't have any in the fridge, click here for the bulgogi sauce recipe. Once you have this put 3 tablespoons in a small bowl and mix 1 teaspoon of red pepper powder.

Spicy Bulgogi Salmon

Preheat your oven to about 200 degrees, place both salmon fillets on a sheet of baking paper and spoon 3 tablespoons of bulgogi sauce on one and the spicy mixture on the other. If you don't fancy a spicy dish just omit the red pepper powder.

Bulgogi Salmon

Pop the salmon in the oven, it takes between 20 and 25 minutes to cook, after about 10 minutes though take out the baking tray and spoon the bulgogi sauce back over the salmon and place back in the oven. Once cooked take out the oven and serve, it can be served with rice or potato, along with any side dishes you fancy.

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