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RIET69 SparkPoints: (47,087)
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3/2/12 10:10 A

I wash it, dry it, sprinkle with some salt and cracked black pepper and wrap in foil that has been sprayed with a little oil. Then I put it on a hot grill and let it cook for about 20 minutes. Sometimes I lay the salmon on a bed of lemon slices.

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2/21/12 9:41 P

We eat salmon once a week. My favorite way to cook it is to put a little salt on it and just a little agave nectar or maple syrup and wrap it up in parchment paper. You put it in a 400 degree oven for about 20 minutes, depending on how big it is. You really can't overcook it - the parchment keeps it from drying out. It's really easy and the fish is moist and delicious! While the oven is on you can put veggies on a cookie sheet and roast them - almost any veggies will work. It's a great way to do potatoes - you don't need any fat and the potatoes get this nice golden crust. You can tell I love to eat!

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2/17/12 9:44 A

Fresh or frozen (difference in texture)? Wild caught or farmed (nutritional differences as well as texture)?

My favorite way to prepare fresh salmon is to sprinkle it with sweet paprika and tumeric on one side, fresh cracked pepper on the other side. Heat a nonstick pan until nearly smoking hot, add a tiny drizzle of healthier oil and then sear salmon for 1-2 minutes on each side. Sprinkle with chopped garlic and sea salt, finish in a 375 degree oven for just a few moments. DON'T overcook.

Other preparations (particularly for those who don't like fish that much) and tips.

1) Rinse fish with a drizzle of nonfat milk. This will reduce any "fishy" smell or taste (yep, it works).

2) Don't overcook. If it lightly flakes or separates when you push with a fork, the fish is done.

3) Think simple. Your favorite herbs, a little butter, a little lemon makes fish taste fresh and delicate.

That being said, here are my mom's favorite ways that I prepare salmon (and she HATES fish).

PARMESAN GARLIC CRUSTED FISH
1/4 small sweet onion; 5-6 cloves of garlic, 2 T low fat mayo, scant 1/3 fresh parmesan (not the Kraft powder kind). Blend first 3 ingredients in a food processor. Stir in parmesan. Rinse fish and pat dry. Cover with parmesan garlic paste. Roast in a (preheated) 375 degree oven approximately 6 minutes per inch of thickness.

BUTTER POACHED BASIL SALMON
4-5 cloves of garlic smashed, 1 t oil, 1 t basil, juice of 1/4 lemon, sprinkle of lemon pepper, 2 T butter, 2 T fat free stock (I use low sodium chicken stock). Heat oil in pan and shut off heat. While oil is hot, add in smashed, finely chopped garlic. Remove from heat and allow oil to infuse with flavor. Sprinkle juice on salmon and sprinkle with basil. Bring oil to high heat and sear salmon 1-2 minutes on each side. Reduce heat to medium low and add butter to top of fish, stock to pan. Cover tightly and reduce heat to very low. Shake pan lightly without breaking seal. You are, in essence, steaming/poaching the fish for 5-6 minutes per inch of thickness. Test for doneness (begins to flake when pressed with a fork). Remove fish to rest on platter. Bring pan drippings to high heat and add lemon pepper (may need to add a bit more butter). Drizzle fish with pan sauce and serve.

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2/16/12 10:21 P

Whats the best way to cook salmon? Any ideas

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