Quick Pan Fried Teriyaki Yellowtail Recipe: Sweet and Savory Umami
If you've been on the lookout for a recipe that combines simplicity with a burst of flavors, you've come to the right place! Today, we're excited to bring you our scrumptious Dutch Yellowtail Teriyaki recipe. It's simple, it's delicious, and it's perfect for a weeknight dinner or a special occasion.
Serve this delightful dish alongside a portion of lemon herb rice, sprinkled with a handful of toasted sesame seeds for that perfect crunchy contrast. This Dutch Yellowtail Teriyaki is guaranteed to transport your tastebuds to the heart of Zeeland, the home of Dutch Yellowtail.
As always, remember, the joy of cooking lies not just in the delicious dishes we create but also in the love we pour into every recipe. Enjoy this Dutch Yellowtail Teriyaki and share the joy of sustainable, mouth-watering cuisine with your loved ones!
2 pieces Dutch Yellowtail loin portions
Oil for pan-frying (Sesame, Coconut, EVVO or Ghee)
Your favorite Teriyaki sauce
Start by throughly patting the Dutch Yellowtail loin portions dry with kitchen paper. This removes excess moisture and ensures a nice, even sear. The dryer the better. Ideally frozen portions should be defrosted in paper towels to help wick moisture.
Season the Yellowtail with salt and pepper, then generously brush each loin portion with the Teriyaki sauce.
Heat your favorite frying pan over a medium heat, adding enough oil to lightly coat the bottom of the pan.
Once the oil is hot, gently place the fish into the pan, taking care not to overcrowd.
Let the fish cook undisturbed for about 4 minutes. Occasionally, move the fish around gently in the pan to prevent it from sticking.
After 4 minutes, carefully flip the fish using a spatula. Continue to cook for an additional 3 minutes, basting the top side with butter to infuse it with rich, sumptuous flavors.
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