Recipe for Sake Salmon

Sake, which is the Japanese word for salmon, is a sweet and succulent fish loaded with omega-3 fatty acids and protein. Unlike most sushi items, salmon sushi does not come from Japan. This means that most rolls are created and adapted to Western tastes, as is evident when one hears the names of the most popular sake sushi rolls.


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Sake, which is the Japanese word for salmon, is a sweet and succulent fish loaded with omega-3 fatty acids and protein. Unlike most sushi items, salmon sushi does not come from Japan. This means that most rolls are created and adapted to Western tastes, as is evident when one hears the names of the most popular sake sushi rolls.
Preparation
Make sure the salmon has no bones, chop the filete in 3 pieces and put a little salt, not much that the soy sauce is salty. Heat the oils over medium-high heat in a thick skillet and add the pieces of salmon with the skin on the bottom side of the pan. Cook 3 minutes, until the skin is golden. Watch them carefully, lower the heat to medium and cook for another 3 minutes. Take them out and put them on a plate. Cover and save. Remove all the fat from the pan and return to the heat. Add the butter and when it is melted, incorporate sake, soy sauce, mirin, sugar and ginger. Lift the candle to the maximum and move all the time so that the sugar dissolves. Let it boil for a couple of minutes to thicken a little and then throw it over the salmon.


Nutritional advantages

Fish and seafood are full of nutrients and salmon is no exception. It is an excellent source of high quality protein, vitamins and minerals (including potassium, selenium and vitamin B12). But it is its omega-3 fatty acid content that gets the most attention.

100 grams of salmon contain:

  • 231 calories
  • 25 grams of protein
  • 3.2 grams of saturated fat
  • 85 milligrams of cholesterol

  • Benefits of Salmon

  • The brain is 60% fat, and the bulk is made up of omega-3 fatty acids. Thirty percent of the gray matter in the brain is DHA, demonstrating how important salmon is for brain function and A healthy nervous system. Eating salmon regularly has been shown to reduce the risk and incidence of depression, depression in young adults and cognitive impairment in the elderly.

  • Eating salmon is beneficial for the treatment of osteoarthritis and other inflammatory joint conditions. Salmon contains small proteins called bioactive peptides. One in particular, called calcitonin, has been shown to increase and regulate the synthesis of collagen in human arthrosis cartilage. This found salmon protein also improves bone density and strength.

  • Eating salmon improves our cardiovascular health: As noted, salmon contains high levels of omega-3, EPA and DHA. These fats are responsible for many cardiovascular benefits such as reducing inflammation, keeping excess blood clotting and preventing dilation of the arteries. When eaten 2-3 times a week, salmon can protect you from problems like heart attack, stroke, arrhythmias, high blood pressure and high triglyceride levels.

  • Salmon helps improve visual health: Eating salmon has been shown to significantly decrease the risk of macular degeneration. For the treatment and prevention of a disease called dry eye syndrome, doctors patch eat salmon.

  • Salmon helps develop brain mass in children. Eating salmon during pregnancy and breastfeeding can increase learning ability and academic performance in children.

  • Salmon is an excellent source of vitamin D: Vitamin D is crucial to maintaining optimal health. A deficiency of this essential vitamin has been linked to an increased risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, rheumatism and type 1 diabetes.

  • Salmon helps sleep: Salmon is an excellent source of tryptophan, a totally natural sedative. Studies show that tryptophan increases drowsiness in patients with mild insomnia and helps to reduce the time it takes to fall asleep.

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    Salmon is food for the brain

    One of the main reasons why fish consumption has increased is the desire to eat in a healthier way. Among all the different types of fish, salmon is the one that receives more praise for being a nutritional marvel.

    He is described as anadromous because he is born in fresh water and then spend much of his life sailing in the ocean until he returns to his place of birth to procreate.

    It is believed that the mechanism that makes it possible to obey this extraordinary instinct is the olfactory memory. That's one of the reasons why this intelligent and intuitive fish is considered as a "food for the brain."

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