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    Default Frozen salmon

    Ok, I feel a bit of a dork starting this thread but I'm not sure what to do with some frozen salmon.

    sent DH out to get some fresh salmon to cook but he came back with frozen salmon fillets... From a butcher????

    Anyways I now have 3 large frozen skinless salmon fillets each individually vacum packed.

    Should I microwave them in the pack until cooked? Or defrost them overnight in the fridge then cook as I would fresh salmon?

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    I would personally allow to defrost and then cook as normal. But i am one of this funny people that doesn't like cooking in a microwave in the packaging.

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    Yeah - def defrost in fridge overnight. Or , depending on how thick they are, maybe under running cold water (still packaged) in sink. Smell them before cooking tho - make sure they smell fresh.

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    I put mine in the sink with cold water. Takes about 20 min to thaw.

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    Yep ^^^ my friends husband is a trawler and told me to defrost seafood in the sink with cold water


 

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