My favorite and the best salmon I ever made is sesame teriyaki salmon! My secret recipe is coat the salmon in mayo. The mayo makes the salmon soooo moist! The next step is mikee’s sesame teriyaki sauce and I used a ton of this stuff! This time I also added the teriyaki sauce with srirachi and it was incredible! just the right amount of kick to it! and here is a pic demo for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy 🙂


Salmon Burger with Rice Bun

This was my first time tasting a salmon burger!! So if I’m gona be real with you; it definitely is more fishy than any of my other salmon recipes. Like I would use this as an appetizer and not a main because it’s a little bit much. These rice buns were EVERYTHING tho!!!!! Oh my goodness they were so crispy and delicious! Gave the salmon burger total sushi vibes.


  • 2 Pieces of skinless salmon fillet
  • 5 Fake crab sticks
  • 2 Tablespoons mustard
  • Sriracha
  • 3 Tablespoons chopped green onions
  • Breadcrumbs
  • Rice
  • Some other stuff, too. yano, just to keep you guessing

Put the salmon and crab in the food processor. Add it to a bowl and add mustard, splash of sriracha, little salt and some breadcrumbs. Mix and form even patties. You can bake or fry them, but the frying would probably be better. If you do bake them add a layer of oil because oil just makes everything better.


To the cooked rice(2 cups), add 3 heaping tablespoons of mayo, 3 tablespoons of rice vinegar and half the amount of sugar. Form patties and fry adding sesame seeds and make sure they don’t burn! Oh and by the way I suck at making rice so therefore these crispy fried buns are perfect for failure rice cookers like myself since they taste mighty fine no matter how mushy your rice is!


Than assemble with seaweed, some fake crab, sesame seeds because sesame seeds are life and spicy mayo. (If you need a spicy mayo recipe, I posted one on my instagram account here’s the link:

I highly recommend you try this because it was so different from my usual meals! 🙂


Dairy · Fish

Tuna Melt Towers

These. Are. Incredible. 


  • Green and yellow zucchini
  • Tuna
  • Munster cheese
  • Fried onions

I sliced some yellow and green zucchinis evenly and coated in olive oil and a lot of spices, everyday seasoning from Trader Joe’s, garlic, paprika, salt, and pepper. I baked them in the oven on 350 until crispy.  And I had to add a pic because cmon they is pretty.

While those zucchini chips get all hot and bothered, I prepare the tuna. Now, you can use canned tuna plus mayo and that would equal a mighty fine tuna, buuuut that aint really how I do things. I am too dramatic in mostly all areas! 😉 So I add chopped mild yellow pepper rings and dill pickles plus everyday seasoning, mayo, pesto and dried basil. This tuna is incredible in tuna melts! Once the zucchini chips are cooked a bit, I add shredded munster cheese on top of half of them. When they are fully cooked, I remove them from the oven and add tuna and some fried onions to the other half of the chips.


Then start building your tower, baby! This is a really fun thing to make with your kids or have at a party because they are so stinkin’ cute! If your try them let me know what you think because I love feedback from you guys! And remember, #kitchensareformesses

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