To begin with, it’s not broiled or grilled. And the teriyaki marinade I used came out of a bottle. And I didn’t use the traditional fish the Japanese use. And I added a few trimmings.
It happens sometimes. All I want is the teriyaki taste. The accoutrements and methods may vary. But I want that teriyaki taste. Right here. Right now. The teriyaki taste. It happens sometimes.
Chop up two cloves of garlic and sprinkle over a fat slice of Surmai (Seer Fish/Indo-Pacific King Mackerel). Slice a bird’s eye chilli lengthwise. Put two spoons of teriyaki sauce over the fish and steam for ten minutes.
Aaahhh! … Satiated.