Help! I have two skinless salmon fillets to cook for my kids. I have never cooked Salmon before. How do I cook it?
Can you please share your basic cooking technique plus any other recipes to try with salmon? Thanks.
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02-11-2016 13:51 #1
02-11-2016 14:03 #2
An easy way is wrap in foil with a knob of butter & splash of lemon juice and bake for about 20 mins depending how thick they are and how done you want them. I'm a terrible cook and this always works for me!
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02-11-2016 14:14 #3
I just copy MKR / Masterchef and brown in a frypan on both sides then finish off in the oven. I use this method for crispy skin salmon fillets. It would still work with skinless fillets, just watch they don't spend too long in the frypan else they could dry out a bit too much.
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02-11-2016 15:56 #4
I have tons of salmon recipes but some easy ones:
Make kebabs ( brush sweet chili over then and BBQ or pan fry)
Salmon Caesar salad
Roast salmon ( teriyaki and miso is great)
Steamed salmon ( ginger and shallots)
Stir fry salmon and veggies
Honey salmon and rice
02-11-2016 16:03 #5Senior Member
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Baking in a bag with some marinade (honey soy works great but can use whatever you like) for about 12 mins at 180 is super easy too!
I've got a really nice and easy recipe from Chrissy Teigen's cookbook for a sweet chilli and mustard salmon. When I'm home later I'll share it.
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02-11-2016 16:55 #6
02-11-2016 16:57 #7
Also, where do you buy it from? How much do expect to pay? I spent $13 on two fillets from Coles (280g altogether) I'm assuming I can do better elsewhere?
02-11-2016 17:03 #8
I prefer to go to a fishmonger rather than Coles, it's fresher and you can pick what size fillets to buy.
02-11-2016 17:20 #9
try fish tacos - I always make it for my nieces and nephews and they love it , you can either use salmon ( just cut it into strips and fry in fry pan with a cumin, garlic and paprika and lemon juice marinade) or crumb some flathead tails ( Panko crumbs , pepper and lemon zest) and we just make guacamole, shred some lettuce, pickled red cabbage, cut up tomatoes ( or make a salsa) shredded cheese and we like the burrito wraps or use taco shells and every one can help construct their own ( I like chipotle mayo on mine or DS likes tartare sauce)
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02-11-2016 18:11 #10
Subbing. We don't eat enough seafood. I like making salmon or marinara pasta though.
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