Whats your best salmon receipe

@venshida (4837)
United States
March 17, 2007 8:26pm CST
I brought some salmon recently. I am planning to cook it this week, but have no idea how to cook it. Do you have a favorite receipe that you would like share?
6 responses
• Canada
18 Mar 07
Ok: There are 2 really great ways to cook salmon that are essentially the same. Either poach it or BBQ it. Cover the fillets or fish with crushed corriander seeds, lime zest (the rind -shredded) black pepper and garlic powder. The actual quantities don't matter. Mix it to smell good. Poaching: coat fish with spices, set into hot lightly oiled pan, pour in a little lime or lemon juice, enough water to cover the bottom and cover it. Reduce heat to medium or low, poach for about 5 minutes. BBQ: let salmon absorb spices for about an hour, coat with sesame seeds just before setting on a hot grill. Cook each side, turning once, for about 5 minutes. I used to hate Salmon. I don't anymore. Orange juice is also really good.
@venshida (4837)
• United States
18 Mar 07
Wow, this sound delicious. I love garlic and lemon so I will definately give this a try this week.
@peavey (16991)
• United States
18 Mar 07
I like to bake salmon with nothing but a little butter. Wrap it in foil and bake on a dish at 350. How long depends on how big the piece is.
@venshida (4837)
• United States
18 Mar 07
Talk about easy, this is a time saver.
• United States
18 Mar 07
for a healthy cooking i recommend your salmon fillet steam . just arrange your fillet slices in a plate then dash with pepper ; add teablespoon of soy sauce to taste ; drops of sesame oil ; parsley flakes ; drops of lemon juice then steam for about 10-15 minutes . this is great with a serving of white steam rice and stir-fried vegetables .
@venshida (4837)
• United States
18 Mar 07
Wow, that sounds really easy. I have never use sesame oil so I will definately give it a try.
@aweins (4200)
• India
3 Apr 07
i dont eat it but my hubby like it so this is not the best but one of the best. try it . 1/4 cup honey 2 tbsp low sodium soy sauce 2 tbsp lime juice 1 tbsp dijon mustard 4 salmon fillets in a small bowl , whisk together the honey , soy sauce, lime juice , and mustard. marinate the salmon in the sauce. in the refigerator for several hours, or until ready to cook. in a non stick skillet coated with nonstick cooking spray , cook the salmon on each side , 3-5 min. until golden brown, crispy and just cooked through. transfer the salmon to a platter add the remaining honey glaze to the skillet , andsimmer , stirring , until the mixture comes to a boil. return the salmon to the pan , heat thoroughly , and serve immediately.
@aweins (4200)
• India
18 Mar 07
hi friend , i m writing down a simple baked salmon recipe for u , i hope you'll find it easy to cook. 2 almon fillets olive oil tartar sauce use fresh salmon. purchassed the same day when u wanna cook. put salmon fillets in a glass baking dish.drizzle a little olive oil over the fillets and flip them over a couple of times to spread the oil n get a little oil on the bottom of the baking dish and the under sides of the fillets. bake in a 350 degree oven for 15-30 min. depending on the thickness of the fillets. you want them to be cooked until they start to flake and become opaque inisde , but dont dry them out. serve them with tartar sauce .
• United States
18 Mar 07
You can brush a little mustard on top and cook it in a 400 degree oven for about 20 minutes.... or You can actually poach it with rice in a saucepan...