Sunday, February 16, 2014

CoMo Cookbook features Spicy Salmon from Geisha Sushi Bar

VOX Publications in Columbia has an amazing virtual cookbook that features local cuisine.  Recently my favorite restaurant and chef in North America, Kwang Yuk So (Corey) of Geisha Sushi Bar was featured.  Those of you that know me well understand how cool this is, we eat there so often that my name is on one of their menu items...it is CULT level food for our family.

So congrats to feature writer Cathrine Rowles on her Feb 13th article on Corey and here is the featured recipe...Spicy Salmon.  For the feature article and interview please click here to go to The CoMo Cookbook: Geisha Sushi Bar then LIKE "VOX" on Facebook for your local CoMo food fans.

 Corey's Spicy Salmon

Ingredients
  • 24 oz. Salmon
  • 10 oz. Sriracha Sauce
  • 8 oz. sesame oil
  • 1 jalapeno
  • 1/2 (One half) White Onion
  • 5 oz. sesame seeds
Directions:
  • Cut 24 ounces of salmon into small pieces and place in a bowl
  • Mix the salmon with ten ounces of Sriracha sauce and eight ounces of sesame oil
  • Chop the green onions into small pieces
  • Add a handful of green onions to the mixture
  • Add five ounces of sesame seeds to the bowl and mix well
  • Chop the jalapeno into small pieces and add it to the mixture
  • Cut one half of a white onion into small pieces and then add it to the mixture
  • Mix everything together well and serve!


 Kwang Yuk So (a.k.a. Corey) from Geisha Sushi Bar


Note: All information paraphrased from the CoMo Cookbook.  "The CoMo Cookbook is a virtual cookbook, chock full of recipes from all your favorite Columbia restaurants. Each week, we will feature a new recipe from a different bartender, chef or baker. It’s time to say goodbye to that boring cookbook filled with the same generic recipes."
TheThe CoMo Cookbook is a virtual cookbook, chock full of recipes from all your favorite Columbia restaurants. Each week, we will feature a new recipe from a different bartender, chef or baker. It’s time to say goodbye to that boring cookbook filled with the same generic recipes.
For this week’s edition, Kwang Suk Yoo from Geisha Sushi Bar shares the restaurant’s spicy salmon recipe. Described as spicy with a bit of a kick, this dish is healthy and jam-packed with protein. So forget about feeling guilty as you indulge in this fiery fish. The salmon can be used in a roll (Geisha uses it on top of their house roll) or it can be served as raw fish with rice, pan fried and served with vegetables and rice or in a salad mix. Sounds like you really can’t go wrong.
- See more at: http://www.voxmagazine.com/blog/2014/02/the-como-cookbook-geisha-sushi-bar/#sthash.DhlVTTyC.dpuf