So in the past few years I've tried to stick only to sustainable seafood. I've always loved salmon raw (in sushi and ceviche) and smoked but I've never been that into it cooked. But since I can't find a source of sushi grade wild alaska salmon in my East Coast city, I've decided to experiment with cooked salmon steaks and, since I love teriyaki, salmon teriyaki is my next project.
Does anyone have any tips? I know how to make a good teriyaki sauce, so that's no problem. My plan is to marinate the steak in the teriyaki sauce and then broil it in the oven. Does anyone have a sense of how long it should be marinated? What about how long it should be broiled? Usually when I cook fish, I dredge and pan-fry it, so broiling it is new to me. Any help would be welcome.