Salmon recipes anyone?

@brihanna (381)
United States
March 9, 2007 3:46pm CST
Ok, maybe it is a little late to ask this, but being a lenten friday, I picked up some salmon for supper. I am not a good seafood cook (as no one else in my family enjoys it) any one have a good quick recipe? Oh, one more decrease the fish smell in the house baked? or fried? or should I throw it on the grill-it is only 22 degrees outside.hahah Thanks
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@LeeLow (116)
• Ireland
9 Mar 07
If its fresh you could boil it and serve it with potatoes and white sauce.... If you fry it, it is probably most likely to bring a bigger smell of fish in the house same as grilling it. Grilling it is also as nice to eat though!!
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@jbrowsin66 (1322)
• United States
10 Mar 07
I'm not a big fan of fish, so the more goop you put on it the better. I frequently fix chicken this way and I think you could salmon too... brush it with some mayonnaise, roll it in a mixture of bread crumbs (canned) and parmesan cheese and bake it. The mayo works better than beaten egg or milk to get the crumbs to stick to it. You could also wrap it tightly in foil and bake it. It will be 'steamed' that way and not smell up the house. I also use flaked salmon any way that I would use tuna.
@Newbie11 (197)
• United States
9 Mar 07
Cut the salmon into small pieces.Marinate the fish pieces with lemon juice,salt,grind onion,grind garlic,chili powder and curd for two hours.Mix the marinate fish pieces with bread crumble.Make a layer over the fish pieces with bread crumble.Then fry the fish pieces till it becomes red.Serve the fried pieces with slices of onion ,greenpepper and sauce.Tasty salmon ready just serve it.