Thanks for the recipe.
I tend to do my salmon just sprinkled with either lemon or lime juice - and a few minutes in the microwave!
I have to admit, I'm not easy with fish. But really fresh fish, I can eat happily, depending on how it's cooked obviously.
My salmon (I usually get from Costco) - I cook it either as I said above, or I poach it. It was one of the surprises of my Mum's life, when I asked for a fish kettle for a birthday present
Mum's face was
after all these years of me not wanting to eat fish.
But I have to say, even when we have fresh haddock or whatever - DH has to prepare and cook it, and keep the kitchen door closed.
Salmon, I can prepare, also prawns (shrimp), scallops and crab!
I don't know if that ties up with the fact that those are my easiest for eating.
But I've dealt with herring, too - used to make rollmops every few months! Is rollmops one that you've tried? If not, I'll happily pass on a recipe for it (if I can find mine again).
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