are there any good and easy salmon recipes?
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Hi,
My fiance and I really like to eat salmon but the only problem is that I am not to sure on how to make it other then searing it.

All I do is a little salt and pepper, heat olive oil in the pan, the put the salmon in for 2 min until not sticking then I flip to the other side and for 2 min as well. After that I sear both sides for 3 mins each. It was great but I would really like some more ideas.

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This is for a salmon pasta salad. The recipe is from AllRecipes.com, but the link is for my blog post, where I show you what I did to change it.

http://familyfitnessfiles.com/?p=1154

There's a link to the recipe in the post. I've made this a couple times now; in fact, just made it again last night. Really tasty! Hope you enjoy it.

dbfromid 2.7k
4 years ago
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I lay the filet skin side down, spray with an olive oil mister, sprinkle with Essence of Emeril, bake at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes. Yummy!!! This is Florida and it's way too hot to get the grill out. We love sockeye too and the freezer is stocked as the season is coming to an end.

purrsnikitty 9.2k
4 years ago
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I like it with honey and sometimes I add brown sugar. Once it is coated, we grill it in tin foil.

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Lindsay@anytimefitness.com 1.8k
4 years ago
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Sockeye is still running and is my favorite by far, and in fact It is on the menu tonight. Here is how I am going to prepare it

1 lb fillet

wash and place skin down on foil

rub on a teaspoon of sesame seed oil
apply cracked pepper and sea salt

let sit for 30 minutes.

you could add fresh rosemary or taragon
but not for me tonight just the oil salt and pepper.

I bend the foil up the sides but dont seal it shut

throw on grill for 6-8 minutes...skin will stick to foil so you can fork off the meat.

I am going to pair this with fried beets!

take 4-6 beets boil them with skin on till the are almost done where a fork easily enters but not all the way through.

skin them, and slice 1/4 inch to 3/8

in pan heat olive oil(like a table spoon or less) and fry them beets...a little salt and pepper well i like lots of pepper on beets...about 3 minutes a side but you can brown them as much as you want. Place them on a bed of arugula.

Enjoy.


4 years ago
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I bake mine in the oven with a bit of herbs & olive oil. yummy!

Laura Steward 23k
4 years ago
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This is one of my favorites for chicken or fish Cilantro Chutney

HerbLady 1k
4 years ago
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Salmon
olive oil
chili powder
lime
cilantro (if you like)
sea salt

Heat olive oil season salmon with clili powder, and salt.
cook 8 min on med. one side, 6 on the other, squeese lime in, add a sprig of cilantro to each salmon, let simmer 2 minutes, serve!

bmb2282 9.7k
4 years ago
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http://allrecipes.com/recipe/paper-salmon/detail.aspx

We use this one. I like this website in general. I "clean up" a lot of their recipes and enjoy them.

Sarah

sarahk11 32k
4 years ago
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Hey don’t forget about Salmon on the grill or an open fire; there’s nothing better than infusing the sweet flavors of Salmon with a touch of olive oil, seasoned & applied over a direct flame or via tin foil. Firing your Salmon on the grill produces that smoky, charcoaly, charred flavor & it seems to compliment & enhance the naturally sweet flavors of the fish.

If not on the grill or open fire, baking, broiling & roasting Salmon are all great options.

Tony

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Tony Nicholson 138k
4 years ago
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Do you like spicy? Wasabi Salmon

HerbLady 1k
4 years ago

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