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Prepare to embark on a culinary adventure with Japanese Soy Butter Salmon Pasta! This intriguing dish showcases the art of fusion cuisine, blending the traditional flavors of Japan with the comforting familiarity of Italian pasta. In Japan, salmon holds a special place in the cuisine, known for its delicate flavor and health benefits. The use of soy sauce in the sauce adds a distinctive umami taste, a signature element of Japanese cooking.

As you take your first bite, you'll be greeted by the succulent and perfectly cooked salmon fillets. The creamy sauce, crafted from a harmonious marriage of soy sauce and butter, envelops each strand of al dente pasta, creating a velvety coating that enhances every mouthful. The combination of buttery richness and the umami depth of soy sauce creates a flavor profile that is both indulgent and satisfying.

Japanese Soy Butter Salmon Pasta is a wonderful example of how cultural influences can come together to create something truly special. It's a testament to the creativity and innovation of chefs who embrace the fusion of different culinary traditions. So, treat yourself to this unique dish that harmoniously blends the flavors of Japan and Italy, and let your taste buds revel in the delightful symphony of tastes and textures.


  1. Pasta of Choice

  2. 1/2 White Onion

  3. 1 Salmon Fillet

  4. 2tb Mirin

  5. 4tb Light Soy Sauce

  6. 1tb Butter

  7. 1ts Sesame Seeds


  1. Begin by pealing and thinly slicing half an onion into thin slices

  2. Then peal the skin off your salmon, then chunk it up into small pieces and set aside

  3. Set your pasta to boil, a minute less then what is said on the package

  4. In a pan over medium heat, add in 1tb of butter

  5. Once melted brown your salmon on each side

  6. Once the salmon is cooked remove and set aside

  7. Add your onions into the pan and let it cook till softened

  8. Add in your cooked pasta along with 1/4 cup of pasta water, with 2tb of Mirin, 4tb of Light Soy Sauce, mix well and season to taste with salt and pepper.

  9. Serve up with some sesame seeds and optionally some freshly cut spring onions

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