Teriyaki Salmon Bowl

Teriyaki Salmon Bowls – a quick and easy recipe for a flavorful sheet pan dinner! These teriyaki salmon rice bowls are made in under 30 minutes and can be served with regular rice or cauliflower rice. Can’t wait for you to try them!

This simple and delicious Teriyaki Salmon Bowl Recipe is a delicious, real-food weeknight dinner that only takes 30 minutes! It’s made with tender, flaky salmon, flavorful teriyaki sauce, fresh vegetables, and fluffy rice – all in one bowl!

Easy Salmon Teriyaki Bowl

This might end up your permanent rotation! These teriyaki salmon bowls are an easy sheet-pan meal that is made for your busy weeknights! We love the flavor that this easy-to-make teriyaki sauce brings to fresh salmon fillets and a variety of vegetables. Perfect for serving over your favorite rice or cauliflower rice. Our whole family loves these salmon bowls!

Why You Will Love This Recipe

  1. 30 Minutes: Including prep time this recipe should be ready to serve in just about 30 minutes! Perfect for those crazy weeknights.
  2. Whole30/Paleo Friendly: Love that you can easily serve it as is or with cauliflower rice to make it Whole30/Paleo!
  3. Takeout: If you are having a “takeout” type of craving this could be a more healthy way to satisfy that!

What You Will Need

  • broccoli florets, carrots, & celery – these are the vegetables that we used but feel free to use what you have on hand.
  • olive oil – just a drizzle to help roast the veggies in the oven.
  • salmon fillets – you can get them with the skin on or off at your local grocery store, either work great!
  • teriyaki sauce – if you really want to keep it easy, grab your favorite store-bought option or if you have a few extra minutes you have to try our homemade version!
  • kosher salt – simple seasoning that always works!
  • rice – we love serving this meal with jasmine rice or cauliflower rice.

How To Make Teriyaki Salmon Bowls

To make this quick and easy sheet pan dinner you start by lining your baking sheet with parchment paper. Place your fresh vegetables on half of the pan, drizzle with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper, and bake at 400 degrees F for 5 minutes.

Pull the baking sheet from the oven, add the salmon fillets, pat them with paper towels, and sprinkle with salt and pepper.

Then brush about half of the teriyaki sauce on the salmon and return it to the middle rack of the oven.

Continue baking for about 15 minutes or until the salmon is fully cooked.

Then serve the salmon and vegetables over your rice of choice (cauliflower rice works great for Whole30/Paleo). Option to drizzle more teriyaki sauce on top!

Recipe FAQs:

  • Whole30/Paleo – To keep this Whole30/Paleo double check your teriyaki ingredients (try this store-bought kind or this homemade version) and serve with cauliflower rice!
  • Cook Time for salmon: Cooking time for the salmon (15 minutes) is for salmon that is about 1 inch thick at its thickest part. If your salmon is pretty thick you might want to toss it on the pan at the beginning of the cook time with the veggies.
  • Other Vegetables: You could easily throw other vegetables into the veggie mix, like mushrooms, water chestnuts, bell peppers, pea pods, and/or zucchini.
  • Skin-on salmon or skin-off salmon: You can leave the skin on your salmon if you want or you can cook it without the skin – either way will work!
  • Salmon in parchment/foil: You can definitely wrap your salmon in parchment paper or foil if you want! cooking time will be the same (unless your salmon is real thick).
  • Instant Pot Jasmine Rice: I love making my rice in the Instant Pot – try this recipe if you haven’t done it before!

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