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Hawaiian Electric is a proud sponsor of Cooking Hawaiian Style Seasons 11 and 12 and we are JENNIFER ZELKO SCHLUETER Baked teri furikake salmonhappy to welcome back Jennifer Zelko-Schlueter to our kitchen. We love having Jennifer on the show and not only can she cook but she is also the Director of Government, Community and Media Relations at Hawaiian Electric.


In addition, she serves her community on many boards including the Hawaii Health Systems Corporation East Hawaii Region, UH Hilo Alumni and friends, Na Leo Hawaii, and as a member of the Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce. We were lucky enough to get her to share with us her baked salmon recipe.

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Baked Teri Furikake Wasabi Salmon 

(Lots of people do the furikake salmon but this is a nice little twist on the basic dish with the teri sauce marinade and the addition of wasabi.) 

2-3 pounds salmon fillets
1 cup yoshida original marinade & cooking sauce (Or homemade teriyaki sauce of your choice).
1 cup nori fumi furikake
1/2 cup olive oil mayo
1 1/2 tsp wasabi paste*  ( If you don't like wasabi or your kids don't like it then just omit this ingredient). 
1 lemon

Optional: squeeze of lemon 

Cooking Process:

Marinate salmon in Yoshida sauce for at least 30 minutes.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees, discard marinade and place salmon fillets in a baking dish or a sheet pan. mix mayo and wasabi paste until combined, spread over salmon as much or little as desired.

Sprinkle furikake over fillets (also as much or little as desired).

Bake for 20 minutes.

Broil for 5 until tops are slightly browned.