Very Teriyaki Salmon

We got inspired by the Chinese New Year and decided to go for a Chinese dinner.

Chinese food is known for its aromatic flavors and beautiful vibrant colors.

This very Teriyaki salmon recipe combines it all and only uses a few ingredients; therefore the fusion of those few distinct flavors and textures make it a winner dish.img_6583

You don’t need to go shopping for many different spices and sauces, Raskin’s very Teriyaki marinade combines all those flavor in one bottle.


Prep time: 10 min

Cook time: 30min

Yields 6 servings


6 salmon slices

1 pckg (24oz.) Frozen broccoli florets

1 1/2 cups baby Bella mushrooms cleaned

1 cup Raskins very Teriyaki sauce

1/4 cup oil

2 tbsp. soy sauce

1 tsp. black pepper

2 tbsp. Sesame seeds (optional)

Line your pan with cooking paper.

Lay the mushrooms and broccoli in the pan. Top with oil, soy sauce and black pepper.

Arrange your salmon slices and cover with Raskin’s very teriyaki sauce.

Top with sesame seeds (optional)

Bake in a preheated oven at 400 for about 30 min.img_6804

Tastes delicious over white rice.

新年快乐 -Happy new year!

Tilapia Berenjena

There are so many different opinions when it comes to tilapia, but everyone agrees, it’s a good source of protein and is low in calorie. The fresh tilapia sold at Raskin’s counters is never frozen and never from China which make it a better choice in selecting tilapia.

We used one of our signature blends, Boston Bay, to spice it with delicious flavors and cooked it together with a tasty mix of vegetables that kept the fish very moist.img_6548

Boston bay is a blend of herb and spices that tastes great on seafood; it’s the perfect combination of flavors with just the right amount of heat. Celery, mustard, cloves, cinnamon and black pepper (just to name a few ingredients).



Prep time: 15 min

Cook time: 50 min

Yields: 4-6 ppl


2 medium eggplants halved and thinly sliced

1 ½ c cherry tomatoes

1 small bunch fresh basil

4 garlic gloves thinly sliced

3 Tbsp. oil

Salt and pepper to taste

6 small tilapia fillets

3tspn Raskin’s Boston bay blend.


Heat up the oil. Add garlic, eggplants and tomatoes and let it cook on a medium flame for about 30 min till soft. Season with salt and pepper.

Cover both sides of the tilapia fillets with the Boston bay blend.

Add basil to the pot reserving a few leaves for garnish.

Top with the fish in a single layer and let it cook for another 20 min.

Serve alongside the sauce and garnish with fresh basil. Tastes great warm!



One sheet pan Branzino dinner.

Rich in omega 3, fish is always a healthy dinner choice. So many customers will ask us what else is there in kosher fish besides salmon. Definitely try BRANZINO.

Branzino is the Italian name for Mediterranean Sea bass. Though it is fairly new in the US market, it has been enjoyed in Europe for many years. It has a delicate white flesh and a mild flavor therefore it adapts wonderfully to a wide range of recipes.


And if you are feeling adventurous, make it whole. It stays very moist baked that way.

This week we are bringing you a one pan dinner recipe using Branzino and our popular lemon dill marinade.


Raskin’s lemon dill marinade has only a few ingredients and the fact that you can read them all make it a great option to add flavors without compromising the healthy factor.


Prep time: 10 min

Cook time: 40 min

Yields: 4-6 ppl


2 medium Branzinis

1 bunch green asparagus trimmed and cleaned

12 baby yams quartered

1 lemon thinly sliced

1 cup Raskin’s lemon dill marinade.

4 Tbspn oil

Salt and pepper to taste

Fresh dill to garnish (optional)


Spread the asparagus, baby yams and lemon in a sheet pan.

Drizzle the oil and add salt and pepper to taste

Lay the branzini in the center.

Pour Raskin’s lemon dill marinade over your fish

Bake in a preheated oven at 425 for about  40min


And if you are wondering if it’s branzino or branzini, the answer is: one branzino won’t be enough to share  whereas 2 branzinis (plural) should do the job 🙂



Many customers have been asking us over the years for quick, easy and tasty fish recipes and ideas. So we decided to mix a little bit of this, bottle a little bit of that, adjust some flavors and RASKIN’S artisanal fish complement line is born. If you are familiar with RASKIN’S fish counters, you can find near our fish case a beautiful display of many different products: spice blends, sauces, fish toppings, flavored panko crumbs and so much more. In the next few weeks we will be posting tested (and tasted) fish recipes using these items.


The one sheet pan dinner concept is revolutionary for all the busy people out there, its minimal prep and minimal clean up make it a favorite dish all around. This week we picked up a lemon pepper blend and a side of salmon. We added some fresh vegetables and easy breezy citrusy one sheet pan salmon is born.


The lemon-seafood combination is an all-time favorite therefore the lemon pepper blend tastes amazing on many different fish types. RASKIN’S blend is the perfect mix of citrus and spices. It adds flavor without being too overpowering.


Prep time: 8 min

Cook time 30 min

Yields: 4-6 ppl


1 side salmon (abt. 2 ½ lbs.)

2 small green zucchinis

1 yellow zucchini

1 cup mini peppers

¼ cup canola oil

2 tsp. Raskin’s lemon pepper blend

1 tsp garlic powder

Salt to taste


Preheat oven to 425.

Slice the yellow and green zucchinis (abt ¼ inch thick)

Lay all the vegetables on the sheet pan.

Sprinkle on the garlic powder and salt

Lay your salmon side in the middle of the pan

Sprinkle the lemon pepper blend over your fish and drizzle the oil all over.

Bake uncovered for about 30 min (depending on your oven) until your fish is opaque and flakes easily.

Serve together with the vegetables!