I like to put pepper, salt and dill weed on it, then put it in a foil packet with slices of citrus (lemon, lime, orange, whatever you have on hand) and maybe some garlic or onion, and bake it).
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9,840 8/7/12 8:21 A
I do the same thing cedarbark does only I steam it stove-top and just check it with a fork to see when it is done.
8/7/12 8:00 A
I will try this today!
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996 8/7/12 7:41 A
I don't always use the same recipe, but a nice simple one I like:
Preheat oven to 350 F. Lay out thawed fillet into a baking pan, skin side down. (You can lightly oil the pan to keep the skin from sticking to the pan; if no skin, you can skip this step.)
I like to use a little lemon juice and/or thin slices of lemon, over the salmon. Sprinkle a little ground pepper and perhaps some oregano or other Italian seasonings over the top (well, under any lemon slices). Don't add salt -- not needed with ocean fish.
Bake for about 10 - 12 minutes and check it for done-ness. (If it is a thick fillet, bake a few minutes longer). No need to flip. Fish is done when it flakes, check with a fork, Some of us like the center to be a bit medium rare, others want it to flake all the way through. But don't over cook this fish -- it gets dry then.
Hope this helps! I LOVE salmon!
Edited by: CEDARBARK1 at: 8/7/2012 (07:43)
8/7/12 7:18 A
I'm following a Spark diet menu and one of my meals today has salmon listed. I have frozen pink salmon fillets. Since there is no recipe with it, how should I prepare it?
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