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Misoyaki Glazed Salmon

baby bok choy, lomi-lomi tomato, furikake rice
4.4 stars
(479 reviews)
Available on 12/09/2016
  • No Dairy Added
  • No Nuts Added
  • No Egg Added
The origins of this dish can be traced back to island culinary mastermind Roy Yamaguchi from the legendary Roy's Asian Fusion Cuisine. The Hawaiian influence here is shaped by Japanese technique, but don't let the pedigree overwhelm you. It's simplicity is meant to be enjoyed without pretense. A filet of salmon is glazed with a sweet and savory misoyaki sauce, then it's topped with a traditional Hawaiian tomato vinaigrette for acidity. Quite simply, this fish is melt-in-your-mouth-good. Rice seasoned with furikake flakes and steamed baby bok choy round out this elegant meal.
  • Salmon
  • White rice
  • Bok Choy
  • Cilantro
  • Daikon radish
  • Ginger root
  • Lemon juice
  • Onions
  • Red tomatoes
  • Rice wine vinegar
  • Scallions
  • Sesame oil
  • Soy sauce
  • Sweet green peppers
  • Sweet red peppers
  • Sweet yellow peppers
  • Furikake
  • Black pepper
  • Mirin
  • Miso
  • Saké
  • Sugar
Servings Per Container: 1.0
Amount Per Serving*
Calories 680
Total Fat 30g
Saturated Fat 6g
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 95mg
Sodium 620mg
Total Carbs 55g
Dietary Fiber 3g
Sugars 4g
Protein 44g
*Our nutrition data includes all sauces, dressings, condiments, and garnishes included with a dish. If you have specific concerns about sodium, fat, or overall calories, know that we often serve these items on the side so you can add them to taste or leave them out, if you like.

What People Are Saying

3 Stars
Okay, but not a wow like some of the other salmon dishes. Wish it came with a different side other than bok choy.
4 Stars
Wish you offered brown rice
1 Stars
Very undercooked!!!! Awful.
5 Stars
Delicous! The salmon is tender and moist, and the miso sauce with the lemon is perfect. It went well with the furikake rice and the lomi-lomi tomato. The baby bok choy was not seasoned AT ALL which is very strange. I had to add salt to it.
4 Stars
The instructions regarding both sauce cups wasn't clear but the food was delicious
3 Stars
Sauce needed more taste
1 Stars
dry over cooked
1 Stars
I like rare salmon but this came almost completely raw
1 Stars
Fish was fishy.
3 Stars
Too many condiments on this dish.
2 Stars
I just didn't like the taste of this. And I usually love salmon.
4 Stars
Love it. Second time I got it this week. 2nd time no furakaki though.
5 Stars
I loved this meal! Great flavor and healthy to boot.
5 Stars
This was excellent this week. Would love to see it on the menu more often.
3 Stars
It was under a bit under Cooked, but I was surprised at how much I got, so thank you!
3 Stars
There was no bok choy and rice was all over the salmon was not in a sticky rice circle as pictured
1 Stars
I wouldn't recommend this meal. It was most tasteless, and what I could taste I wish I couldn't.
1 Stars
the salmon was fishy, and poached. no glaze color at all. rice was dry, hard and starchy. extremely salty. epic fail.
5 Stars
Salmon and rice were great, bok choy was a little tough.Portion was perfect. Reheating instructions were not that clear and differed on the package we received compared with app prep tab- we winged it.
4 Stars
Great taste. Salmon was scrumcious! My wife was surprised that there was white instead of brown rice. We would have preferred the latter.
1 Stars
The taste was way too confusing...a little bit of teriyaki, spicy salsa, and the saltiness of furiyake. The fish was also very 'fishy' smelling and tasting which really threw off the entire dish. I would add some texture like corn.
4 Stars
The fish was good and tasted fresh but was UNDERcooked (almost bad)
3 Stars
oh, i wanted this to be so much better than it was. if it was the $7 blue plate special at some diner, i might have been ok with it, but i expected so much more from what was described.
4 Stars
The Salmon was fabulous and mixed well with the furukaki rice. The Bok Choy however, was a little tough and stringy....
3 Stars
Bok choy was gross, everything else good
5 Stars
This was my very first meal experience with Munchery. I can't lie, I had reservations about heating salmon but I was pleasantly surprised. This meal was amazing. It was light, flavorful and so, SO easy to reheat to the perfect temperature.
3 Stars
The fish was over cooked to begin with, looked nothing like the photo (steamed? without spice?) Then because the furikake was mixed into the rice rather than served on the side as it was supposed to be the furikake was without the crunch.
2 Stars
Tasted a little fishy
1 Stars
Overly fishy . The salmon was awful
5 Stars
1 Stars
made me ill, literally :(
3 Stars
Pretty tasty. Salmon had a fishy taste on first bite. Everything all together was very good
3 Stars
Sauce and veggie and rice were awesome. salmon could be a bit more fresh.
1 Stars
Salmon was way to fishy
2 Stars
Yet another entree containing Munchery's favorite herb, cilantro, which tastes like soap to many people. Is there no other herb in the Munchery kitchens? That said, the big problem here is furikake, which happens to be filled with MSG.
3 Stars
Salmon tasted like it was previously frozen (something I've not experienced with other salmon from Munchery). Sauce was alright...definitely on the salty side.